2 edition of Kru mariner in the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Kru mariner in the nineteenth century
George E. Brooks
|Statement||[by] George E. Brooks, Jr.|
|Series||Liberian studies monograph series,, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||DT474.5 .B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 121 p.|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||73152510|
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Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century (An Historical Compendium) Paperback – by George E. Brooks (Author) Kru mariner in the nineteenth century book all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Author: George E.
Brooks. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brooks, George E., Kru mariner in the nineteenth century. Newark, Del., Liberian Studies Association in America, The Kru or Kroo are a West African ethnic group who are indigenous to eastern Liberia and migrated and settled along various points of the West African coast, notably Freetown, Sierra Leone, but also the Ivorian and Nigerian coasts.
The Kru were famous for their skills in navigating and sailing the Atlantic. Their maritime expertise evolved along the west coast of Africa as they made livings Ivory Coast: 14, The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium, Newark, DE: Liberian Studies Association of America.
Breitborde,L. "City, Countryside and Kru Ethnicity," Africa: Journal of the International African Institute 61/2 (): BOOK REVIEWS understandable, but his account does not do justice to the appalling Sanguin area in the late seventeenth century, and we have some hint of 2George Brooks, The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium (Newark, Delaware, ).
BOOK REVIEWS "adult male citizen," who also bears arms. Periodic. Understanding Ethnic Realities among the Grebo and Kru Peoples of West Africa - Volume 47 Issue 1 - Frederick D.
McEvoy you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium.
Newark, Delaware: Cited by: 5. Kru mariners and migrant labourers received mainly favourable reviews in Western publications for most of the nineteenth century. Europeans praised the Kru for being hard working, industrious, friendly, reliable and ‘loyal to their employers’, but noted they could become ‘obstinate’ when insulted or treated poorly (Brooks 13, 33 Author: Tim Geysbeek.
KRU MIGRANTS The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium. GEORGE E. BROOKS Jr. Newark Delaware: Liberian Studies Monograph Series No. i, Liberian Studies Association in America Inc.
I2I, with map and illustrations. This is a valuable book, of wider interest than its title might suggest. The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium (Newark, DE: Liberian Studies Association in America, ); Jane Martin, “Krumen ‘Down the Coast’: Liberian Migrants on the West African Coast in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries,” International Journal of African Historical Studies 18 (): Nineteenth-Century Royal Navy Sailors from Africa and the African Diaspora: Research Methodology and use all the entries that list a place located in Africa to limit the search area of the description book in question.
This method is not entirely Kru mariner in the nineteenth century book, for an ‘African’ may have entered service outside of Africa.
The Kru Mariner Author: John Rankin. For general information on Kru societies and worker conditions as sailors and workers, see George Brooks, The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium (Newark, Del.: Liberian Studies Assocation in America, ); Christine Behrens, Les Kroumen de la Côte Occidentale d'Afrique (Talence: Centre d'Études de Géographie.
The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium, Newark, DE: Liberian Studies Association of America.
Büttikofer (), Reisebilder aus Liberia 2 vols., Leiden. Burroughs, Robert () "[T]rue Sailors of Western Africa: Kur Seafaring Identity in British Traveler's Accounts of the s and 40s," Journal for Maritime. Guppy agreed to free return passages for Kru emigrating to Trinidad, and to provide a plot of land near the island’s capital for Kru headmen, but was less successful than Butts in recruiting Kru.
See R.G. Butts to Governor Light, 23 July–7 Augustand Robert Guppy to Governor Macleod, 18 OctoberPP –48, XLIV, (), pp. 29 Cited by: 9. Cambridge Core - Regional History after - The Cambridge History of Africa - edited by John E.
Flint. The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth-Century. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. A Description of the Manners and Customs of the Liberated Africans: With Observations upon the Natural History of.
The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, ) Brooks, George E., Jr., ‘ A View of Sierra Leone ca. ’, Sierra Leone Studies 13 (), 24– West African Narratives of Slavery: Texts from Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Ghana.
Indiana University Press, Project For additional information about this book Access provided at 16 Feb GMT from Scholarly Communication The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium, Newark, DE: Liberian Studies Association of America.
Büttikofer (), Reisebilder aus Liberia 2 vols., Leiden. Burroughs, Robert () "[T]rue Sailors of Western Africa: Kur Seafaring Identity in British Traveler's Accounts of the s and 40s," Journal for Maritime. This article examines the Royal Navy's anti-slavery operations in the Atlantic Ocean during the mid-nineteenth century.
It does so by means of an analysis of a single cruise – that of HMS Author: Robert Burroughs. General History of Africa, Volume 6: Africa in the Nineteenth Century until the s | J. Ade Ajayi | download | B–OK. Download books for free.
Find books. Black Jacks: African American Seamen in the Age of Sail. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ———. “Letters by African American Sailors, –” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 64 (): –Brooks, George E.
The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium. Bredwa-Mensah, Y. “Global encounters: Slavery and slave lifeways on nineteenth century Danish plantations on the Gold Coast, Ghana.” Journal of African Archaeology, 2(2), – Bredwa-Mensah, Y.
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George E. Brooks, The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium (Newark, DE, ), 1– Google Scholar Diane Frost, Work and Community Among West African Migrant Workers Since the Nineteenth Century (Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, ), 1–Author: Barbara P.
Josiah. INTRODUCTION by Edward Waterman. Presented here in its entirety is Don Herron's famous essay, "The Dark Barbarian." This essay first appeared in the book of the same name, The Dark Barbarian, and was first published in This book, and the excellent essays within, were the first to take Robert E.
Howard and his work seriously and to consider Robert E. Howard a major literary figure. The Kru Coast, the southeastern portion of Liberia's coastline and the region at the core of the Kru mariner tradition, has a history that for much of the last two centuries (especially in the nineteenth century) was largely distinct from that of the rest of Liberia.
That book alone dispels the stereotypical view of Africans living in simple, primitive, look-alike agglomerations, scattered without any appreciation for planning and design.) We begin with Benin City.
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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The British Navy Book, by Cyril Field. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: The British Navy Book.
This issue was exceptional, for throughout the existence of the Commonwealth, although medals were struck to commemorate naval victories over the Dutch, they were given to officers only, and during succeeding years this appears to have been the rule also until the beginning of the nineteenth century, when the custom was established to bestow.
For the classic account of the Kru, see George E. Brooks Jr, The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An historical compendium (Newark, de, ); see also, for example, David A.
Chappell, ‘Ahab’s boat: non-European seamen in western ships of exploration and commerce’, in Sea Changes: Historicizing the Ocean, ed. Bernhard Klein and Gesa Author: Jeremy Coote.
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The Kru Mariner in the Nineteenth Century: An Historical Compendium (Newark, Del., ). In Gabon Harris was jailed for two days for singing outside an administrator's residence at night. See Shank, Prophet Harris, 53; Haliburton, The Prophet Harris, On the image of the Kruboy as drinker see Brooks, The Kru Mariner, 55, The Colonial Rebirth of British Anti-Slavery: The Liberated African Villages of Sierra Leone, – Padraic X.
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