By Melville J. Herskovits
Treface THE pages that stick to describe scenes within the lives of a Negro humans residing in isolation within the inside of Dutch Guiana, South A merica. those Negroes are the descendants of runaway slaves imported from A frica, who took shelter within the dense Guiana bush and proven African villages alongside the rivers whose rapids are their fortifications. the top of the 17th century already came upon those Negroes in continuously starting to be numbers up the Suriname River, and sooner than the center of the following century they have been sufficiently geared up to make repeated raids at the plantations for weapons and gunpowder, for machetes and girls. numerous campaigns have been carried out opposed to them, yet finally ultimate treaties have been concluded with the Dutch vendors of the colony, which assured them their freedom. this present day while a Bush Negro beverages with a white guy his toast is unfastened! 3 tribal teams visit make up this Bush Negro inhabitants. The Saramacca tribe, of whom we write, is located within the center of the colony alongside the higher reaches of the Suriname River (called through the Bush Negroes the Saramacca, and accordingly so named during this book), and farther south alongside the Gran Rio and the Pikien Rio. This tribe has had the least touch with outdoor affects, and it's the Saramacca language which differs so much from that spoken via the Negroes of the coastal sector. the second one is the A wka tribe, stumbled on commonly alongside the Marowyne (M aroni) River, which varieties the boundary among French and Dutch Guiana; there are furthermore numerous A wka villages at the lowerS
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