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LE MORNE CEMETERY: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS

@inproceedings{Seetah2011LEMC,
  title={LE MORNE CEMETERY: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS},
  author={Krish Seetah and Joanna Appleby and Emma Lightfoot},
  year={2011}
}

The archaeology of Mauritius

Abstract The archaeology of Atlantic slavery has been widely studied in recent years, but less attention has been paid to the post-slavery system of indenture that transported contract labourers from

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