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  • JOURNEY ON. by Doherty, Nelita M.
    Doherty, Nelita M.
    JOURNEY ON.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    Dominican Republic: Segraf Publisher, (1998). First edition - The first in a trilogy of historical novels based on the history and the culture of the Garinagus, by this Belizian born author. "A young Carib girl, Nisani, tries to the best of her ability to comply to the rules of her tribe, the Carib Indian tribe in St. Vincent. She breaks several taboos and must bear the consequence and punishment that comes with each one." 91 pp. Cover art by the author.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78368
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  • GARINAGUS EXILE. by Doherty, Nelita M.
    Doherty, Nelita M.
    GARINAGUS EXILE.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    Dominican Republic: Segraf Publisher, (1999). First edition - The third and last book in the Garinagu series, tells the story of Tisani, born in the last quarter of the 18th century, the great-granddaughter of Nisani. It follows the struggles of the young tribe to find a safe haven and their flight through the Caribbean. The author comments that "It deals with when the British troops went in to try to get them out of St. Vincent; what they had to do to evade the British soldiers. For a long time they were in hiding, in deplorable conditions, trying to evade the British soldiers until finally they were captured, exiled from St. Vincent. It goes on to deal with the…

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    Dominican Republic: Segraf Publisher, (1999). First edition - The third and last book in the Garinagu series, tells the story of Tisani, born in the last quarter of the 18th century, the great-granddaughter of Nisani. It follows the struggles of the young tribe to find a safe haven and their flight through the Caribbean. The author comments that "It deals with when the British troops went in to try to get them out of St. Vincent; what they had to do to evade the British soldiers. For a long time they were in hiding, in deplorable conditions, trying to evade the British soldiers until finally they were captured, exiled from St. Vincent. It goes on to deal with the first island they went to, which was Balicu, being moved again by the British soldiers until eventually they made their way to Honduras, and later branched out to British Honduras" which is now Belize. 237 pp plus 1 pp bibliography. Cover art by the author.

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    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 78370
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  • Kerns, Virginia.
    WOMEN AND THE ANCESTORS: Black Carib Kinship and Ritual.

    Edition: First thus- a trade paperback.

    Chicago: University of Illinois Press, (1997). Second edition of this classic study of Black Carib culture and its preservation through ancestral rituals, originally published in 1983. This edition includes a new foreword by Constance R. Sutton and a new afterword by the author. Appendices, references, index. 247 pp. ISBN: 0-252-066650.

    Condition: Fine (as new.)

    Book ID: 26452
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