ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSLIM-AMERICAN HISTORY, 2-VOLUME SET (Hardback)
  • ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSLIM-AMERICAN HISTORY, 2-VOLUME SET (Hardback)
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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSLIM-AMERICAN HISTORY, 2-VOLUME SET (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 30/07/2010
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Muslims have long played a central role in American history. Since the colonial period when an estimated 20,000 African Muslims were transported to America as slaves, through the early 20th century when Muslim immigrants poured into the United States from the Middle East, Europe, and Asia, to the present day, Islam has been an integral part of the American experience. The founding of the Nation of Islam in the 1930s augmented the Muslim-American population among African Americans, and this group--including such prominent figures as Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, and Louis Farrakhan--has had an enormous influence on American life and politics since the 1960s. Since passage of the Immigration Act of 1965, approximately 1 million Muslims have come to America, establishing new neighborhoods and communities in all 50 states.

Publisher: Facts On File Inc
ISBN: 9780816075751

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