OP46 - The African Past and the African Diaspora: Symposium to mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation of Slaves

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Title: OP46 - The African Past and the African Diaspora: Symposium to mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation of Slaves
Abstract: Taped conference proceedings. Papers presented at the conference were as follows: African Indentured Immigration into Trinidad and Tobago after Emancipation (Maureen Warner-Lewis); New World Slave Experience up to Emancipation (James Millette); The African Religious Background and African Religions (Dam Basil Matthews; J. D. Elder); African Women in Pre-Emancipation Societies (Rhoda Reddock; Helen Pyne-Timothy; Merle Hodge); The Shouter Baptist in Trinidad (Bishop Eudora Thomas); The Social Context of the Orisho Religion in Trinidad and Tobago (R. Eastman).
Description: 5 audio cassettes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/7804
Date: 2010-06-15


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