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The Smell of Decay and Regeneration

The Smell of Decay and Regeneration

http://www.uio.no/~geirthe/Guyana.html Essay by Professor Thomas Hylland Eriksen,University of Oslo. The smell of decay and regeneration "Remember what I said," murmured the old man in the soiled off-white linen suit, waggling his crumpled finger wickedly at me. "I wasn't making joke, you know. Remember what I said" He seemed to repeat himself endlessly like a tape loop.
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Internet version of an anti-slavery pamphlet published in 1840.
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BRITISH GUIANA AND MAURITIUS, THE NEFARIOUS MEANS BY WHICH THEY WERE INDUCED TO RESORT TO THESE COLONIES "Under the colour of a Bill for protecting the Indian proposed to legalize the importation of them into the colonies." "Hundreds of thousands of poor helpless women and children are
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Paper written by Gary N. Chaison and Tarique I. Nageer, Clark University Graduate School of Management, Spring 1998.
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Evolution, Intervention, Stagnation, Transition: Guyana Clark University Graduate School of Management International Labour Relations Professor Gary N. Chaison The Cooperative Republic of Guyana is located on the northeastern coast of South America. Its neighbors are Venezuela to the west,
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Written by Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618). Provided by the Modern History Sourcebook.
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Modern History Sourcebook: Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) : The Discovery of Guiana, 1595 Sir Walter Raleigh may be taken as the great typical figure of the age of Elizabeth. Courtier and statesman, soldier and sailor, scientist and man of letters, he engaged in almost all the main lines of
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