AMST 290 test Notes

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AMST 290 Notes Sublette- anything about worldly influences that came into New Orleans Horrendous slavery going on and one of the most sophisticated black communities – very odd place P37 (WTMNOLA) “Switching from the French…” Mardi Gras French dependent on the Indians for food, settled and reproduction with them. Maroons= runaway slaves that set up with indigenous communities World that made New Orleans “When something goes missing, people release voices” 1718- French to New Orleans via Canada route 1719- 1 st slaves to New Orleans via French; Populated by blacks New Orleans- Slaves straight from Africa, not seasoned/broken down before arriving Havana- huge port city like New Orleans French, Spanish, later British controlled New Orleans (3 major influences) 20 years of French slave trade -1719-1739 less than half of Africans brought to Americans to NOLA -1718- French to New Orleans Congo Square The place, the portage International quality and magnitude
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course AMST 290 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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