Edward Wilmot Blyden

(1832—1912) advocate of pan-Africanism

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Ever the peripatetic intellectual, teacher, journalist, philosopher, and diplomat, Edward Wilmot Blyden (1832–1912) managed to be both a powerful exponent of the uniqueness of the Negro-African personality and an inveterate Anglophile.


Subjects: British History — African Studies.

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