8 edition of The Guiana Maroons found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Johns Hopkins studies in Atlantic history and culture|
|LC Classifications||Z1808.N4 P74, F2431.N3 P74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||76008498|
Today, Maroons – self-libera t ed slaves and their descenda n ts – still form semi-ind e pendent communi t ies in several parts of the Americas, for example, in Suriname, French Guiana, Jamaica, Belize, Colombia, and Brazil. As the most isolated of Afro-America n s, they have since the s been an import a nt focus of scientific research, contribu t ing to theoretical debates about slave In his book he claimed to have escaped from Devil’s Island (one of Îles du Salut’s three islets), but Daphne disputes this. “Devil’s Island was only for political prisoners, and he was a common criminal. He definitely escaped, but probably from a mainland work camp, and made it to Venezuela. Much of the book is fiction,” she ://
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages illustrations 18 cm: Contents: Introduction: Maroons and their communities --The Spanish s and slave rebellions in the Spanish Territories / José L. Franco ; Cuban palenques / Francisco Pérez de la Riva ; Hunting the Maroons with dogs in Cuba / Demoticus Philalethes ; Life in a Venezuelan cumbe An Aluku woman in Asisi, French Guiana, bakes cassava cakes (baka kasaba). Maroons originally learned this method of food preparation from Native Americans. Photo by Diana Baird N'Diaye Aluku of French Guiana; the Palenqueros of Colombia; the Windward and Leeward Maroons of Jamaica; the Garffuna of the Atlantic coast of
In book: In and Out of Suriname; Language, Mobility and Identity, Chapter: Maroons and the communications revolution in Suriname’s interior, Publisher: Brill, Editors: Isabelle l'Eglise, Eithne Most of coastal Guiana has a monotonously hot, humid climate with heavy rainfall. The interior is inhabited by indigenous peoples and descendants of freed slaves (maroons maroon, term for a fugitive slave in the 17th and 18th cent. in the West Indies and Guiana, or for a descendant of such ://+Guianas.
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Broader terms: Maroons; Guyana; Narrower term: Ndjuka people; Filed under: Ndjuka people Djuka, the Bush Negroes of Dutch Guiana (New York: Viking Press, ), by Morton C.
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Maroons Sklavengemeinschaften Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Price, Richard, Guiana Maroons. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Price [First paragraph] While conducting research with Sally Price for a book (R.
& S. Price ) about Maroons in Guyane (French Guiana) - all of whom have recent or ancestral roots in Suriname - 1 The area along the Lawa River, the border river between Surinam and French Guiana, is presently inhabited by about 2, Maroons who call themselves Aluku or Boni.
They are the descendants of Surinamese slaves who escaped from plantations during the period of :// The area along the Lawa River, the border river between Surinam and French Guiana, is presently inhabited by about 2, Maroons who call themselves Aluku or Boni.
They are the descendants of Surinamese slaves who escaped from plantations during the period of slavery. After protracted fighting on Surinamese territory, they finally fled to French :// The works that have been published on the Boni-Maroons, for instance John Gabriel Stedman's famous 'Narrative' fromrepresent only fragments of the Boni-history.
Wim Hoogbergen's book is a successful attempt to paint an overall picture of this interesting › Books › History › Americas. African Maroon or Black Maroon societies are historically known to have existed throughout the Americas: from the Carolina islands of the U.S.
to the Florida peninsula of the United States, to the mountains of Jamaica into the Suriname (fka Dutch Guiana) jungles. Maroon communities also existed in Brazil and Mexico. The Maroons were enslaved In an excellent book, which I would recommend to your readers, Maroons of Guyana, Some Problems of Slave Desertion in Guyana, c.
published by Free Press in Meet the Maroons. The Maroons are direct descendants of escaped African slaves who banded together to form their own independent villages. As a result they never assimilated into the culture of the colonisers and many retain languages, religions and lifestyles very close to those of the West African communities to which they can trace their :// In an excellent book, which I would recommend to your readers, Maroons of Guyana, Some Problems of Slave Desertion in Guyana, c.
published by Free Press inProfessor Thompson states that inin the North-West District of Essequibo, there were large encampments of xat least x to-the maroons-of-guyana. As a result from late o Maroons and Amerindians fled to French Guiana while others left for a precarious safety in Paramaribo.
The refugees placed serious strains on the infrastructure of French Guiana (total population ab including illegal immigrants) and Click to read more about The Guiana Maroons: A Historical and Bibliographical Introduction by Richard Price. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.
All about The Guiana Maroons: A Historical and Bibliographical Introduction by Richard Price. Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this This book quotes the history of the Windward and the Leeward Maroons to the best of it's ability.
The information on the five warrior brothers in charge at that time was a very interesting read. Immaculately researched and superbly written A must for any Black history buff and should be Maroons Of Jamaica.
Hyles, Joshua R. Guiana and the Shadows of Empire: Colonial and Cultural Negotiations at the Edge of the World. Lanham, MD: Lexington, E-mail Citation» Comparative history of the English- Dutch- and French-speaking territories of the Guianas (today Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana) on the basis of the author’s master’s :// and Their Finest Hour Dark Planet Warriors: The Complete Serial (Dark Planet Warriors Book 1) The Maroons of Jamaica The Guiana Maroons: A Historical and Bibliographical Introduction (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) Nanny Ogg's Cookbook (Discworld) Secrets of the S Asafo Warriors The.
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Suriname, (a.k.a. Nederlands Guyana or Dutch Guiana) is located in northeastern South America. It is bounded on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, and shares borders on the east with French Guiana, on the west with the Republic of Guyana and on the south with Maroons make up 26 percent of the population of Guyane.
5. And the total population of Suriname and Guyane Maroons, spread around the world (I have Maroon Facebook friends in such places as South Africa and China), including ab Ndyukas Saamakas, now stands at some ,?lang=en.Wim Hoogbergen's book is a successful attempt to paint an overall picture of this interesting Maroon-history.
The author combed the archives of The Netherlands, France and Surinam in search of data referring to the Boni-Maroons from their origins untilwith astonishing ://?language=en.