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Maroon Heritage Archaeological

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Published by University of the West Indies Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • West Indies,
  • Archaeology,
  • Social Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9190719M
    ISBN 109768125101
    ISBN 109789768125101

    Unearthing Atlantis: An Archaeological Odyssey By Pellegrino, Charles. New York: Random House, Very Good/Very Good DJ. 8vo = over 9". Maroon hardcover with blue lettering on the cover and silver lettering on the spine. Cover has a few scratch/scuff marks. But is otherwise clean. On Septem , Vickie Oldham, Director of Looking for Angola, New College of Florida Professor Uzi Baram, and Dr. Edward Gonzalez-Tennant of Digital Heritage Interactive presented on heritage, archaeology, and construction of the virtual world for the early 19th century landscape of Angola, a maroon community on the Manatee River.


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Maroon Chiefs and research scholars discuss Maroon oral traditions, Maroon Heritage Archaeological book and politics, resistance and guerrilla warfare, music and dance, and Maroon herbal medicine; and historiographic themes in the cultural history of the Caribbean/Americas are identified with African continuities.5/5(1).

Excerpt. Lust for power and precious metals attracted Columbus and the Spaniards farther and farther into the New World where they encountered many local ethnic groups, such as the Lucayanos, living in The Bahamas [Keegan ; Loven ], Borequinos in Puerto Rico [Alegria ], and Tainos in Cuba [Corso ], Jamaica.

Book Description As a collection of conference papers (presented at the University of West Indies, Mona, October), Maroon Heritage Maroon Heritage Archaeological book intended to reinforce a dialogue that is at once intercultural and interdisciplinary.

These groups eventually crystallized into communities today referred to as Maroon. From their settlements Maroon Heritage Archaeological book fought back against Maroon Heritage Archaeological book pursuers to retain their freedom.

Resistance is a phenomenon that cannot be separated from slavery or oppression [Singleton. As a collection of conference papers Maroon Heritage Archaeological book at the University of West Indies, Mona, October), Maroon Heritage is intended to reinforce a dialogue that Cited by: Archaeology and Maroon Heritage Maroon Heritage in World History Conclusions he has carried out major excavations and ethnographic studies on African and Maroon heritage.

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Archaeology book series (BRIEFSARCHAE) In this chapter, I make central the concept of praxis in explorations of Maroon social histories and Author: Daniel O.

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Human teeth used as jewellery in Turkey 8, years ago. Maroon heritage as a study falling within what is known today as 'Histori­ cal Archaeology'. It is now considered to be not only part of this sub-discipline but also the most important element as far as Jamaica is concerned.

The First Nanny Town Expedition In an. BIBLIOGRAPHY Agorsah E.K. Archaeology and Maroon heritage in Jamaica, Jamaica Journal, 22 (1 Archaeology and Resistance History in the Caribbean, African Archaeological Review, Maroon Heritage: Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives, Kingston, Canoe Press.

Vibrations of Maroon and marronage in. An archaeological reconnaissance of the Maroon Cliffs, Eddy County, New Maroon Heritage Archaeological book for the Bureau of Land Management, Roswell District Office Item Preview remove-circle. The state of archaeological research on maroon heritage in the carribean and the Americas Series Title: Proceedings Of The XVIIIth International Congress For Caribbean Archaeology Added title page title: Proceedings from the 18th International Congress for Caribbean Archaeology Creator.

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The Maroon story: The authentic and original history of the Maroons in the history of Jamaica, – A Maroon and Jamaica heritage series. Gordon Town, Jamaica: Agouti Press. Craton, Michael. Testing the Chains: Resistance to Slavery in the British West Indies. Cornell University Press, ISBN ; Dallas, R.

Get this from a library. Maroon heritage: archaeological, ethnographic, and historical perspectives. [Emmanuel Kofi Agorsah;]. Archaeological research on Maroons—that is, runaway slaves—has been largely confined to the Americas.

This essay advocates a more global approa It specifically uses two runaway slave communities in 19th-century coastal Kenya to rethink prominent interpretive themes in the field, including “Africanisms,” Maroons’ connections to indigenous groups, and Maroon group cohesion and by: 1.

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£ Être et paraître, Statues royales et privées de la fin du Moyen Empire et de la Deuxième Période intermédiaire ( av. J.-C.). American Archaeology News, Angola & African Cultures, Bradenton, Events, Florida Archaeology News, Sarasota. The history for Angola, an early 19th century maroon community on the Manatee River, is enmeshed with international intrigues, fights and flights for freedom, and reveals an impressive heritage of liberty in southwest Florida.

Excavations recently revealed traces of Angola, an early 19th century maroon community on the Manatee River. Angola is a chapter in a decades-long history for peoples of African heritage that stretches from the Apalachicola River to Tampa Bay at the. Maroon Archaeology Is Public Archaeology.

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The nominal copula na appears uniquely in two sets of Atlantic English-lexifier creole languages: a) in what is called the Maroon Spirit Language used among the Eastern Maroons of Jamaica. Now confined to ritual use, it was formerly the daily language of the Eastern Maroons; b) in Krio, spoken in Sierra Leone and Fernando Po, and other places.I will show that the contexts in which it is.

Cultural Heritage, Ethics, and Contemporary Migrations. Archaeology and Racialization. Course or Syllabus. Historical Archaeology as a Profession in the 21st Century (Society for Historical Archaeology Blog) Blog or Blog Post. Lewis Jones; Ashley Morton. Maroon Freedom: Black Resistance, Autonomy, and Fugitivity in the U.S.

South. This guidance document covers the use of geoarchaeology to assist in understanding the archaeological record. Geoarchaeological techniques may range in scale from landscape studies to microscopic analysis, and are carried out by practitioners with specialist knowledge about the physical environment in which archaeological stratigraphy is.

A bibliography on Maroonage consisting of archival documents, books, can also be consulted on soft copy. Research. Research work carried out by Le Morne Heritage Trust Fund: Le Morne Cultural Landscape, Reconnaissance Survey at Macaque, First Field Season August ; A reconnaissance archaeological survey was done on the site of Macaque.

Milton McFarlane explains that his family's Accompong Town Maroon oral history states that Cudjoe was the freeborn son of Naquan, who was the leader of the rebels who fled from Sutton's estate.

A Coromantee revolt on Sutton's estate in the parish of Clarendon in led to the establishment of the Leeward Maroons. [9]. Maroon Heritage Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives, Kingston, Canoe Press, University of the West Indies.

Chapters in Books Agorsah, Kofi Transcending Oppression: Contributions of Maroon Heritage to Freedom in World History, Ed. Keegan, Oxford, Oxford University Press. (In Press). He is the author of Ethnoarchaeological Analysis of Human Functional Dynamics in the Volta Basin: Before and After the Akosombo Dam, editor of Maroon Heritage: Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives (), and author of Freedom in Black History & Culture ().

African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter Volume 9 Issue 1March Article 6 Maroon Archaeology Cheryl White Louisiana State University at Shreveport, @ Follow this and additional works at: Runaway Slaves in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Throughout the colonial Americas, runaway slaves were called "Maroons." The English word Maroon comes from Spanish cimarr ó n, itself based on a Ta í no Indian root. Cimarr ó n originally referred to domestic cattle that had taken to the hills in Hispaniola, and soon after to American Indian slaves who had escaped from the Spaniards.

In hemispheric context, the early Maroon communities of Jamaica -- those formed in the 17(th) century, during the late Spanish and early British periods -- were hardly unique.

But those that made treaties with the British crown in Jamaica in were destined for special fame (or infamy, depending on the perspective). Though hugely outnumbered and poorly equipped, they launched a.

Baram, Uzi Including Maroon History on the Florida Gulf Coast: Archaeology and the Struggle for Freedom on the Early 19th-Century Manatee River. In The Limits of Tyranny: Archaeological Perspectives on the Struggle against New World Slavery, edited by James A.

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