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Open Access The Maroon Population Explosion: Suriname and Guyane

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AbstractThis brief research note provides a radical update of Maroon population figures, which have nearly doubled during the past decade. Based on official 2012 Suriname and Guyane census data, projected two years forward, it offers a picture of the location and size of each of the Maroon peoples of Suriname and Guyane as of 2014. They now number some 210,000 people and constitute 23 percent of the population of Suriname and 26 percent of the population of Guyane.

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AbstractThis brief research note provides a radical update of Maroon population figures, which have nearly doubled during the past decade. Based on official 2012 Suriname and Guyane census data, projected two years forward, it offers a picture of the location and size of each of the Maroon peoples of Suriname and Guyane as of 2014. They now number some 210,000 people and constitute 23 percent of the population of Suriname and 26 percent of the population of Guyane.

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1. INSEE Recensement de la population: Populations légales en vigueur à compter du 1 erjanvier 2012: Arrondissements—cantons—communes. 973 Guyane 2012 Paris INSEE
2. Lith Raoul "Census publicatie: Marrongemeenschap het hardst gegroeid" StarNieuws 2013 september 9
3. Price Richard The Guiana Maroons: A Historical and Bibliographical Introduction 1976 Baltimore Johns Hopkins University Press
4. Price Richard "Maroons in Suriname and Guyane: How Many and Where" New West Indian Guide 2002 Vol 76 81 88 http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/13822373-90002544
5. Pross Eliézer "Marrons hardst groeiende bevolkingsgroep" De Ware Tijd 2013 september 7
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