SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY.

The Negro and His Music, Alain Locke.

Historical Facts for the Arabian Musical Influence, Henry George Farmer. "Arabian" means scholars who wrote in Arabic; this includes Muslims, Christians and Jews of Africa, Central Asia, Iran, India, etc., as well as of Arabic speaking countries.

Black Athena, Martin Bernal.

Music in Ancient Arabia and Spain, Julian Ribera.

Muntu, Jahnheinz Jahn.

Stolen Legacy, George G. M. James.

The World and Africa, W.E.B. Du Bois.

The Golden Age of the Moor, Ivan Van Sertima, ed.

The Moors in Spain, Stanley Lane-Poole.

Blacks in Antiquity, Frank M. Snowden, Jr.

World's Great Men of Color, J.A. Rogers.

Africa's Gift to America, J.A. Rogers.

World's Greatest Men of African Descent, J.A. Rogers.

The Five Negro Presidents, J.A. Rogers.

100 amazing Facts About the Negro, J.A. Rogers.

Nature Knows No Color-Line, J.A. Rogers.

From "Superman" to Man, J.A. Rogers.

Sex and Race, J.A. Rogers.

African Presence in Early Europe, Ivan Van Sertima, ed.

The Influence of Islam on Medieval Europe, W. Montgomery Watt.

The African Slave Trade, Basil Davidson.

A History of West Africa, Basil Davidson.

The Mis-Education of the Negro, Carter G. Woodson.

Before the Mayflower, Lerone Bennett, Jr.