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English literature on archaeological excavations and investigations of slave cemeteries

English literature on archaeological excavations and investigations of slave cemeteries



Handler, J. S. & Corruccini, Robert S.: Plantation Slave Life in Barbados: A Physical Anthropological Analysis. In: Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 14, 1. 1983. Pp. 65‑90.

Handler, J. S.; Aufderheide, A. C.; Corruccini, R. S.; Branson, E. M.; Wittmer, L.E. Jr.: Lead Contact and Poisoning in Barbados Slaves: Historical, Chemical and Biological Evidence. In: Social Science History. 10. 4. 1986. Pp. 399‑425.

Jacobi, Keith P., Cook, Della Collins, Corruccini, Robert S. & Handler, Jerome S.: Congenital Syphilis in the Past: Slaves at Newton Plantation, Barbados, West Indies. In: American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 89, 1992. Pp. 145‑158.

Khudabux, Mohamed Rakieb: Effects of life conditions on the health of a Negro slave community in Suriname: with reference to similar aspects in local pre-Columbian Amerindians. 1991. Doctoral thesis, Leiden. (DNLB: DISP. 93, 1746)

Watters, David R.: Mortuary Patterns at the Harney Site Slave Cemetery, Montserrat, in Caribbean Perspective. In: Historical Archaeology, 28, 3, 1994. Pp. 56‑73.

Armstrong D.V.; Fleischman M.L.: House-Yard Burials of Enslaved Labourers in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica. In: International Journal of Historical Archaeology, Volume 7, Number 1, March 2003, pp. 33-65(33).

Courtaud, Patrice & Romon, Thomas: ”Le Site d’Anse Sainte-Marguerite (Guadeloupe, Grand Terre). Presentation d’un cimetiere d’epoque coloniale.” In: Journal of Caribbean Archaeology, Special Publication nr. 1, 2004. Pp. 58-66.

Christopher Crain: A Skeletal Analysis of Material Recovered from Bridgetown, Barbados. (presentation at THE 21ST CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR CARIBBEAN ARCHAEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, ST. AUGUSTINE, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, JULY 24 – 30, 2005)


US Virgin Islands:

Dailey, Robert C.: Osteological Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from the Virgin Islands. The Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. 1974.

Stoutamire, James W., Cring, Daniel F., Dinnel, Kathrine J., Haviser, Jay B.: Archaeological Investigations at Cinnamon Bay, St. John, Virgin Islands. Southeast Conservation Archaeology Center. Florida State University. Archaeological Research Report No. 6. 1980.

Lenik, Stephan Timothy: Historical Archaeological Approaches to Afro-Cruzan identity at estate Lower Bethlehem, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. 2004. (unpublished MA thesis, university of South Carolina).

Righter, Elizabeth: The Tutu Archaeological Village Site. A multidisciplinary case study in human adaptation. Routhledge, 2002.



The Electronic Versions of the African Burial Ground Final History and Final Skeletal Biology Reports

Prepared by Howard University.


South Africa:

Cox, Glenda, Sealy, Judith: Investigating Identity and Life Histories: Isotopic Analysis and Historical Documentation of Slave Skeletons Found on the Cape Town Foreshore, South Africa. In: International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 1, 3, 1997. Pp. 207-223.

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