Susu Economics The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth (pub. by 1stBooks Library, Bloomington, Indiana),is a powerful book. No other book has ever dealt with so important an issue or has such strong research and writing style. Susu Economics shows how many of todays “poor” Third World nations were wealthy, powerful nations and how they developed their wealth. For example, nations like Mali, West Africa, Sudan, Kenya, Ghana, Somalia, India, Vietnam, Cambodia and others were powerful nations engaged in Trade and commerce for thousands of years.
The book Susu Economics begins with the early development of culture in the Congo region of Africa about 100,000 years ago, when finely crafted tools of stone, bone and other materials were being made. The first such tools appeared in Europe about 15,000 B.C.One of the most highly secretive aspects of African history is brought out to the public in this text. That is the pre-Egyptian civilizations of the Sahara and Sudan. One of the most ancient civilizations of the entire world was the Zingh Empire which existed in what is Today Mauritania about 15,000 years before Christ.
From that culture which traded throughout Africa and accross the Atlantic to America, goods of all sorts were sent to all parts of the World. The “Aquatic Civilizations” of what was an inland sea in the Sahara is also discussed. They traded far and wide settling both the Americas and the South Pacific.Ta-Sati, a civilization that existed before Egypt became advanced is discussed. Glassware created about 8000 B.C. and an astronomical abservatory dating back to about 7000 B.C. were discovered last year (2000).Trade and settlement of Africans in lands such as Mesopotamia, India, China, Japan, SE Asia, Melanesia and the Americas is discussed with an abundance of references to support the discussion. It also discusses the ancient African trade with the Americas as early as 3,000 B.C. and presents present-day descendants of early Black civilizations in the Americas as well as discussion on the prehistoric search for metals by Africans, Europeans and Mediterraneans in places such as Wisconsin.Susu Economics is a facinating history book and a treasure that will be cherished by all.
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