Maroon communities in South Carolina : a documentary record /

These primary documents are augmented by eight maps and by Lockley's introduction and afterword, which place the maroon societies of South Carolina in the larger context of marronage in other regions of the New World.

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Other Authors / Creators:Lockley, Timothy James, 1971-
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Language:English
Imprint: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, ©2009.
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505 0 |a The origins of marronage in South Carolina -- A late colonial burst of marronage, 1765-1774 -- Maroons in the Revolutionary and post-Revolutionary eras, 1775-1788 -- A (relatively) peaceful interlude, 1787-1812 -- The final flourishing of marronage, 1813-1829. 
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