Modern writers about Macedonia – 1897 The Battlefields of Thessaly, With Personal Experiences in Turkey and Greece

 
Another evidence about the ethnicities inhabiting Macedonia around 1897 comes from the book “The Battlefields of Thessaly, With Personal Experiences in Turkey and Greece“.
Remove the Turks from Macedonia to-morrow and Greek, Wallach and Bulgar would be at each other’s throats for a week. Ther are kurds, Zeibecks, Arnauts, Drusos, Syrians of many sorts, Lazes, Jews, Ethiopians, Arabs and Circussians.
Its apparent there was no fictitious ethnic group allegedly identified themselves as “macedonians”  back in 1897.
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 By ChicagoGeorge

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  1. “Handbook for travellers in Greece:describing the Ionian islands,the kingdom of Greece,the islands of the Aegean Sea with Albania,Thessaly and Macedonia” – 1854
  2. Account on Macedonia from a journal kept in Turkey and Greece between 1857-1858
  3. F. Pouqueville – Travels in Epirus, Albania, Macedonia, and Thessaly, 1820
  4. Stolen Children – Epirus, Thessaly, Thrace and Macedonia Greece – passed off as Refugee Aegean Slavs
  5. Ancient writers about Macedonia – Titus Livius
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