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is there any info on population of Moors in north America circa 1600's

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Submitted by sha (United States), Oct 20, 2014 at 09:35

My suggestion would be read the treaties between Moorish nations and the united states of America and check the different states house of representative journals & logs like the Sundry Free Moors petition in South Carolina, also the library of congress records, you probably can do a freedom of information request.

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