Saramaka Maroons on the Brazilian Frontier

This essay focuses on Maroon men from central Suriname who, in the second half of the nineteenth century, migrated to French Guiana where they monopolized the river transport system that supplied thousands of non-Maroon goldminers in that colony and, in the process, created a new of way of life for themselves and their descendants.

Auteur(s) : R. Price
Édition : Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Gilder Lehrman Center International Conference at Yale University
Année : 2002
Nbre de pages : 18
Type : Communication
Langue(s) : Anglais
Format(s) : PDF
Source : The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance,
& Abolition at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies