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Creolization and Its Discontents by Stephan Palmie

In Jamaica “Creole” designates anyone of Jamaican parentage except East Indians, Chinese, and Maroons (back-country descendants of runaway slaves, who are considered “African”). In Trinidad and Guyana it excludes Amerindians and EastIndians; in Suriname it denotes the“civilized”coloured population, as apart from tribes of rebelslave descent called Bush Negroes. In the French Antilles “Creole” refers more to local-born whites than to colored or blackpersons; in French Guyana, by c...

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