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“The Scots were so called from their swarthy [Black] complexion”

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(Christopher Irvine, “Historiæ Scoticæ Nomenclatura Latino-vernacula”; 1697)

“The legends and the history of the Scottish Highlands are both witnesses to the existence of purely black people”

“The fourth century Scots, then, being undistinguishable from the general “black herd” that made up the Scoto-Pictish army, were themselves of the same complexion as the Picts Proper. That is to say, they, also, were Mauri, or Moors”

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(David MacRitchie, “Ancient & Modern Britons Vol. 1”; 1884)

The Complexion of the Islanders of the Isle of Skye:

“The inhabitants of this isle are generally well proportioned, and their complexion is for the most part black” (p. 194)

The Complexion of the Islanders of the Isle of Arran:

“The inhabitants of this isle are well proportioned, generally brown, and some of a black complexion. They enjoy a good state of health, and have a genius for all callings or employments” (p. 224)

The Complexion of the Islanders of the Isle of Jura:

“The natives here are very well proportioned, being generally black of complexion and free from bodily imperfections. They speak the Irish language” (p. 239)

The Complexion of the Islanders of the Isle of Colonsay:

“The inhabitants are generally well proportioned, and of a black complexion; they speak only the Irish tongue” (p. 248)

SOURCE

(A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland; 1695)

By wmb3331

Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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