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American Muslim History

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Beginning in the 16th century with the arrival of the first Muslims to America as part of the Spanish conquests, this project will trace the waves of migration and conversion that have created the diverse but often misunderstood Muslim communities that exist across the nation today.

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Virtual

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intermediate

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