Saint George: The Black Mozart

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Saint George is known as the Black Mozart was an important figure was one of the early contributes who was known as African ancestry. In England, Saint George was involved with the country's anti-slavery movement. He founded a similar French group called the Society of the Friends of Black People. These activities were irritating to British slave dealers. Saint-George became France's first black Freemason. In 1790, George entered the Caribbean and was disillusioned by the black-on-black warfare, which he witnessed Santo Domingo. Slaves rebellions broke out and the French government sent troops, which many of them former members of the Saint-George Legion, to quash them. In the 18th century, George descent the tradition of European classical

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