Genealogy Projects tagged with Ghana on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Canaanites, Phoenicians and Punic Peoples

    This project deals with the ancient Canaanites of present-day Palestine, and their subsequent westward migration. Summary We will start with the dozen or so tribes of Canaan, which included the Amorites (mountain dwellers), Jebusites (around Jerusalem), and the Girgashites. After Moses and the Judges ejected most of the tribes, they took to the seas and allied themselves with other easter...

  • Portland, Jamaica, West Indies

    Under Constuction S. W. Year 1734-1735 St George King George the second Towns Buff Bay Cattawood Spring Hope Bay Manchioneal Nanny Town Port Antonio, Capital St. Margaret's Bay [ San San] Boston Drapers William Williams(sl o ) Humphreys(sl o) __________________________ A Anderson Allen Alridge B Bryan Blake Baker Lorenz...

  • Africa Portal

    This Portal or Master Project is to link all the projects related to Africa and the African Continent. Africa An African Diaspora sub-project will be added. This is a work in progress. Much help is needed! What can you do here? Ask questions. Collaborate on your research. Share knowledge you have gained as you've done your own research in a specific area. Problem finding an ance...

  • Ancient Ghana

    This project is about the Ghana Empire.Kumbi Saleh, the capital of Ancient Ghana, flourished from 300 to 1240 C.E. Located in modern day Mauritania, archaeological excavations have revealed houses, almost habitable today, for want of renovation and several story's high. They had underground rooms, staircases and connecting halls. Some had nine rooms. One part of the city alone is estimated to h...

  • Ashanti Diaspora

    Scope of Project This project is a sub-project of ... project. It represents the diaspora of the Ashanti people of Ghana, around the world. Akan People The Akan people are an ethnic group of West Africa predominantly in Ghana and the Ivory Coast. Ethnic Akans are the largest group in both countries and have a population of roughly 20 million people. The Akan language (also known as ...