AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 568

Estavanico (slave- Negro, Moor- Muslim) "Out of the ordinary slave" in 1539 from Moroccan. At the close of the 18th century over 800,000 Negroes in Spanish America, Cuba, and Puerto Rico. Maroons Uprising of 1542 lived on the Mountains and practiced raids. Independent Colonies of runaways. The most renowned of the Negroes who accompanied the Spanish pioneers was the Moroccan, Estavanico. In March, 1539, with Estavanico as guide, a party of thr ee Spaniards and a group of Pima Indians set out in search of the fables Seven Cities of Cibola. Estavanico traveled to New Mevico, in the Great lakes ares, along the Mississippi Valley, and in Louisiana. As early as 1522 a slave uprising in Hispaniola set the pattern for later outbreaks in other islands, including Cuba, Puerto Rico, Martinique, Antigua, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Vincent, and the Virgin Islands. 1542 uprising by the Maroons, as they were called, had established themselves in the mountains and forests. They staged periodic raids for food and cattle. Often they were so strong and well organized that the colonial authorities thought it best to make treaties with them. In 1739, Governor of Jamaica granted Maroons freedom; if they act peacefully. “AL’JIHAD”– by, Imam Mahdi . © ® ™ : Of 842 Pages Is 568