The word, "coffee," comes from Caffa, Ethiopia, where it was first used and where it still grows wild.
George Washington sent a 'Negro' slave to Barbados to be exchanged for a hogshead of molasses, a cask of rum and 'other good old spirits,' in 1776.
Beethoven, the world's 'greatest' musician, was without a doubt a dark 'mulatto.' He was called "The Black Spaniard." His teacher, the immortal Joseph Haydn, who wrote the music for the former Austrian National Anthem, was 'colored,' too.
The Ganges, the sacred river of India, is named after an Ethiopian king of that name who conquer Asia as far as this river.