Unknown Artist - Benjamin Banneker / Robert Smalls Album
- Narrator – William J. Griskey
- Research [Consultant] – David P. Ross, Jr.
- Written-By [Author] – Russell L. Adams
- Other (Dewey Number): 973.09
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): XTAC 97831
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): XTAC 97830
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): 0 XTAC 97831 1 A D A1 6-6454A
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): XTAC 97830-1B 1-1 MR
- Produced At – Society For Visual Education, Inc.
- Distributed By – Society For Visual Education, Inc.
Unknown Artist's Album Benjamin Banneker 2F Robert Smalls. Listen to all tracks of Benjamin Banneker 2F Robert Smalls for free. Benjamin Banneker November 9, 1731 October 19, 1806 was a free African-American almanac author, surveyor, landowner and farmer who had knowledge of mathematics and natural history. Born in Baltimore County, Maryland, to a free African-American woman and a former slave, Banneker had little or no formal education and was largely self-taught, and became known as member of a group led by Major Andrew Ellicott that surveyed the original borders of the District of Columbia, the federal capital district. My Carts. Unknown Artist. John Sander, DJManuel, Robert White, Carlo Cavalli, Kord Steven, Blush, Johnny Gee, Gianni Serra, Bass in a Place, JG Monkey, Modell & Mercier, Tino Rao, Dee Point, Bice B, Sector One, Unknown Artist, Malcom Nelson, Isac, Moan, Mattia Romio, Franco Villaflor, C Sky, Carl Carlton, Julian Kay, Tony Castello. Benjamin Banneker - author, scientist, mathematician, farmer, astronomer, publisher and urban planner - was descended from enslaved Africans, an indentured English servant, and free men and women of color. His grandmother, Molly Welsh, was an English dairy maid who was falsely convicted of theft and indentured to a Maryland tobacco farmer. After working out her indenture, Welsh rented and farmed some land, eventually purchasing two African slaves whom she freed several years later. In violation of Maryland law, Welsh wed one of her former slaves, Bannke or Bannaka, said to be the son of a ch. Benjamin Banneker was a largely self-educated mathematician, astronomer, compiler of almanacs and writer. Born on November 9, 1731, in Ellicott's Mills, Maryland, Banneker was the son of an ex-slave named Robert and his wife, Mary Banneky. Mary was the daughter of an Englishwoman named Molly Welsh, a former indentured servant, and her husband, Bannka, an ex-slave whom she freed and who asserted that he came from tribal royalty in West Africa. Stream new music from Robert Smalls for free on Audiomack, including the latest songs, albums, mixtapes and playlists. Producer: Newstreet beats & Robert Smalls. Album: single. Added on: Jul 14th, 2017 by Robert Smalls. Listen free to Robert Babicz . From Cologne, Germany techno producer has recorded a number of records as Rob Acid, Acid Warrior and Department of Dance for Force Inc in the nineties, now he begins releasing under his name since 2004. He also had records released by read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Meet Benjamin Banneker, a watchmaker and surveyor who became America's first African-American astronomer. Among other things, he worked to predict eclipses. Benjamin Banneker was an African-American astronomer, clockmaker, and publisher who was instrumental in surveying the District of Columbia. His father, Robert Bannaky, had built a series of dams and watercourses for irrigation, and Benjamin enhanced the system to control the water from the springs known around as Bannaky Springs that supplied the farm's water. At the age of 21, Banneker's life changed when he saw a neighbor's pocket watch. Jan 25, 2014 - Benjamin Banneker built the first wooden clock. Robert Smalls - WTF fun fact. Kevin Griffin Fun Facts. The Words Messianic Judaism Religion Hebrew School Alphabet Charts Alphabet Letters Learn Hebrew Hebrew Words Learning Letters. On the Shoulders of Giants: Benjamin Banneker By the time Banneker was 22 he built a string wall clock which he modeled after a pocket watch. The most