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  1. Maï zegt:

    Hello ! I thank you for the research I will read all in the next weeks !
    I would read something about white people who mixed with the black people in this context.
    In the context of Reconquista the sailors where mixed with new catholics and perhaps italians from Genova … ??? and the prisoners from the portuguese crown …
    What the genetic says about that ?
    Excuse me for my poor english !
    Many thanks.
    Maï.

  2. Clifford J Pereira zegt:

    Thank You for including my paper on the Panos de Terra on this website.

    Muito obrigado por incluir o meu papel dos Panos de Terra neste website.

    Asante sana ikiwa ni pamoja na karatasi yangu kwenye website hii.

    Clifford J Pereira FRGS

  3. Susan Hurley-Glowa zegt:

    Greetings! You are doing very good work. I want to reference your site in a book project that I am working on, but I am not exactly seeing your name. How would be the best way to cite this website as a source? My project is on the musician Norberto Tavares.
    Thanks,
    Susan

    • FonteFelipe zegt:

      Hello Susan, my apology for the late reply! I wasn’t notified that any comments had been made. I am very pleased and greatly honoured that you would want to refernce my work in your upcoming book project! You can cite FonteFelipe as being the author of http://www.cvraiz.com. Allmost all the text featured on this website was written in December 2014.

      My regular blog is “Tracing African Roots“. I have written several articles about Cape Verde over there, incl. this one which might also interest you: Cape Verdean AncestryDNA results. I am actually preparing an update of that article, hopefully to be published this summer.

      I would be very much interested to hear when your book is finished! Please let me know when it’s available as well as the title.

      Best
      FF

  4. Yahaya ba zegt:

    I am Cape Verdean but not criola . I am full blooded Toroodo fulani . I find that western historians over look the pure African element on the islands there are Fulani’s , balantes, manjakas , and I believe Mandings too I don’t know how they escaped slavery or if they came afterwards . But I know my folks generations ago came from Mauritania.

    • FonteFelipe zegt:

      Very intriguing! There are several documented references of mainland Africans arriving in Cape Verde out of their own will. This goes back to the 1400’s/1500’s even!

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