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True-Born Maroons$

Kenneth Bilby and Kevin A. Yelvington

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Abbreviations for Manuscript Sources

BM/Add MSS

Additional Manuscripts, Edward Long Papers, British Museum, London

Cooper MSS

Archibald Cooper Papers, West India Collection, University of the West Indies Library, Mona, Jamaica

PRO/CO

Colonial Office Series, Public Record Office, London

Roberts MSS/AFC

Helen H. Roberts Papers, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Roberts MSS/YU

Helen H. Roberts Papers, Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

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