The Origin and Evolution of the East Indian Community of Limon, Costa Rica?
“There is no man on earth save the Blackman. Mankind is descended from the original Blackman of earth. The great lakes region of East Africa is the birthplace of the human experience. Thus it is the holy land.”....M’lilwana Osanku
I am seeking digital copies of these articles;
- Indentured Migration and Differential Gender Gene Flow: The Origin and Evolution of the East Indian Community of Limon, Costa Rica. American Journal of Physical anthropology October 2007 Volume 134; Issue 2: pages 175-189.
- Armstrong, Douglas and Hauser, Mark W. An East Indian Laborers’ Household in Nineteenth Century Jamaica. Historical Archaeology 2004 Volume 38, Issue 2: pages 9-21.
- The East Indian Diaspora in Costa Rica. American Anthropologist June 2007 Volume 109; Issue 2: pages 330-337.
I am also interested in the subjects;
- East Indians in the Americas prior to May 5, 1838.
- Relationship among Black people - Africans and East Indians - in the aftermath of the Aryan invasion, conquest and colonization of the Black people of the Indus Kush River Valley which gave rise to numerous noticeable philosophical differences and similarities found between and/or amongst Africans and East Indians in the present and the recent past.
- Were there four waves of migrants who peopled and established high culture in the Indus Kush river valley?
- Are the Dalits the ruminants of the last wave?
- Are the Dalits - Dravidians, Harijans, Untouchables, and the outcasts – whatever the appropriate name - the original people of India? If not; who predates the people the Germanic speakers conquered and colonized?
- Will you facilitate?
Thanks a million for your time, effort, and cooperation.--Golden Grove - This village in which I reside was perfectly quiet. The Portuguese shop was untouched and kept open during the whole excitement; and have great pleasure in reporting that the 100 members we have here were all prepared and ready under the leader Mr. Bentick Sancho, well known to the honourable Mr. Porter, to turn out, not to destroy, but to protect the Portuguese shop had the rioters from the other villages attempted to come here on Monday night. The village was so quiet on Tuesday night that Mr. Bentick Sancho who has considerable influence with the people of Victoria went with his minister to that village to aid him in allaying the excitement.