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  1. Opacity: Gender, Sexuality, Race, and the Problem of Identity in Martinique (Gender, Sexuality, and Culture, Vol. 2) by David A. B. Murray, 2002-06
  2. A Strategic Profile of Martinique, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Martinique Research Group, The Martinique Research Group, 2000-04-25
  3. Martinican Culture: Martinican Music, Religion in Martinique, Music of Martinique, Culture of Martinique, Créolité
  4. MARTINIQUE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by WILLIAM F. S. MILES, 2001
  5. Culture de La Martinique: Créole Martiniquais, Kmt Télévision, Carnaval de Martinique, Yvan Labéjof, Mino Cinelu, Edmond Mondésir, Tempo (French Edition)
  6. Sugar and Slavery, Family and Race: The Letters and Diary of Pierre Dessalles, Planter in Martinique, 1808-1856 (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Pierre Dasalles, 1996-03-26
  7. Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar: Martinique and the World Economy, 1830-1848 (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Professor Dale W. Tomich, 1990-06-01
  8. Culture et politique en Guadeloupe et Martinique (Collection Forum) (French Edition)
  9. Notes Sur Les Cultures Et La Production De La Martinique Et De La Guadeloupe (1841) (French Edition) by P. Lavollee, 2010-09-10
  10. Notes Sur Les Cultures Et La Production De La Martinique Et De La Guadeloupe (French Edition) by P Lavollée, 2010-03-05
  11. Tropiques métis : mémoires et cultures de Guadeloupe, Guyane, Martinique, Réunion by Michel Colardelle, Florence Pizzorni-Itie, et all 1998-11-30
  12. Histoire politique, economique et sociale de la Martinique sous l'Ancien Regime (1635-1789) by C. A. Banbuck (Diplome de l'Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Sorbonne)), 1935
  13. Notes Sur Les Cultures Et La Production De La Martinique Et De La Guadeloupe (1841) (French Edition) by P. Lavollee, 2010-09-10
  14. Recherches En Esthetique. Revue du C.E.R.E.A.P. Martinique. No. 5 Octobre 1999. Issue theme: Hybridation, metissage, melange des arts.

1. Martinique Culture History And Archaeology
Martinique Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Martinique.
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    2. Travel In Martinique - Caribbean - America - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net-
    Martinique Culture T ourism in Martinique is not limited to large luxury hotels and white sand beaches. Whatever your budget and your preferred leisure activities you
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    Martinique - Culture T ourism in Martinique is not limited to large luxury hotels and white sand beaches. Whatever your budget and your preferred leisure activities you will find something to please you in Martinique. For those who prefer the outdoor life, there are few restrictions on camping in the open and it is not unusual to find people sleeping in a hammock on a beach under a star studded sky, lulled by the gentle waves breaking on the shore. There are also organised campsites equipped with tents, shower and locker facilities and many attractive picnic sites, hiking trails and parks. Regarding leisure facilities; pony trekking, golf, scuba diving and many other activities are provided by reputable clubs. If you like sailing, windsurfing or sports fishing then you will be spoilt for choice. Food is not expensive as there are many local supermarkets and restaurants even in the more touristic areas. Being a French island, even the small village shops are stocked with a large variety of different foods, local, European and American. French cuisine, renowned worldwide, can be enjoyed in many of the larger restaurants together with Creole , Chinese, Indian and Italian specialities.

    3. Answers.com - How Did Indian Dancing Become A Martinique Culture
    Can you answer this question? Answer it or get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers When did George Harrison become interested in indian
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    4. Culture Of Martinique - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    As an overseas d partment of France, Martinique's culture is French and Caribbean. Its former capital, SaintPierre (destroyed by a volcanic eruption), was often referred to as the
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    Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (December 2009) As an overseas départment of France Martinique's culture is French and Caribbean . Its former capital, Saint-Pierre (destroyed by a volcanic eruption), was often referred to as the Paris of the Lesser Antilles . Following French custom, many businesses close at midday, then reopen later in the afternoon. The official language is French , although many Martinicans speak a Creole patois. Based in French, Martinique's Creole also incorporates elements of English, Spanish, Portuguese, and African languages. Originally passed down through oral storytelling traditions, it continues to be used more often in speech than in writing. Most of Martinique's population is descended from African slaves brought to work on sugar plantations during the colonial era,white slaves owners and for some of them Carib or Kalinago people. Today, the island enjoys a higher standard of living than most other Caribbean countries. The finest French products are easily available, from Chanel fashions to Limoges porcelain. Among young people, going to study in France is common. For the French, Martinique has been a vacation hotspot for many years, attracting both the upper class and more budget-conscious travelers.

    5. UNE VISITE A LA MARTINIQUE: An Internet Reading Lesson
    Return to main page. DellLouise Marsh and Richard Anderson . UNE VISITE A LA MARTINIQUE (student worksheet) In this activity we will be visiting web sites for exploring Martinique.
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    Return to main page. Dell-Louise Marsh and Richard Anderson UNE VISITE A LA MARTINIQUE (student worksheet) In this activity we will be visiting web sites for exploring Martinique. Pre-reading - Using prior knowledge When you visit a beach, what activities do you like to do, what kind of accommodations do you stay in, what cultural events are you interested in, and what do you eat there? Scanning Reading for Understanding
    • Plan a 5-day vacation to the island of Martinique by completing the chart.

    6. Martinique Culture | Martinique-guide.info
    The culture of Martinique is incredibly diverse and yet unmistakably distinct.
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    Martinique's culture derives its elegance from the French, but the island has been influenced by many ethnicities
    French, With a Twist As one of the largest French outposts in the Lesser Antilles, Martinique is an island that carries off a noticeable air of sophistication that comes from its French heritage. This cultural refinement is apparent in almost all aspects of everyday life in Martinique. Not only does this beautiful Caribbean island boast French influence in its culture, but it also has been shaped by African, West Indian, and Creole traditions. Traditionally, Martinique has been the epitome of French culture, and people often referred to the city of Sainte Pierre as the Paris of the Lesser Antilles, prior to the devastating volcanic eruption in 1902 that wiped out the entire city. Were it not for the tropical environment, visitors could easily believe they were in France. As one of the most developed islands in the Lesser Antilles, Martinique is a chic country that has perfectly mimicked the fashion and style of its mother country.
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    Although French is the official language of Martinique, many of the islanders speak a Creole patois among themselves. The word Creole originates from crioullo, which is Portuguese for speech. In Martinique, Creole is a mixture of various languages including English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and native Caribbean and African dialects. The Creole language is spoken all over the West Indies in such places as Haiti and the Grenadines. With only a few differences in a specific country's vernacular, spoken Creole can be consistent from island to island.

    7. Culture Of Martinique - Traditional, History, People, Women, Beliefs, Food, Cust
    Culture of Jamaica, Culture of Japan, Culture of Jordan, Culture of Kazakhstan, Culture of Kenya, Culture of Kiribati, Culture of North Korea, Culture of South Korea, Culture of
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    Martinican (sometimes spelled Martiniquan)
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    (as part of broader geocultural grouping) French Caribbean, French West Indian, French Antillean, Antillean
    O RIENTATION
    Identification. Location and Geography. Demography. As of July 1998 the population of Martinique was estimated at 407,284. Another 30 percent of Martinicans currently reside in France. Almost half as many people are born in France of Martinican parents as there are residents of Martinique itself. About 5 percent of the population residing in Martinique hail from France. Only about 2,500 Martinicans on the island are direct descendants of the original French settlers ( ). Most of the fewer than five thousand resident foreigners are agricultural laborers from other Caribbean islands. Linguistic Affiliation.

    8. Martinique : Culture
    Martinique Culture, history, art and customs - Comprehensive Michelin Green Guide content now on-line to organise custom-made trips.
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    9. Culture Of Martinique
    Culture Martinique . The richness and the plurality of the cultures in our islands justify the fact that something always takes place somewhere in Guadeloupe, in the
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    10. Art Galleries, Martinique (French) / Yellowpages-Caribbean.com
    Martinique Culture Diffusion Address Quart Chapelle Phone (596) 596 575428 Categories Art galleries /
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    11. Martinique - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Martinique is an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea, with a land area of 1,128 km 2 (436 sq mi). Like Guadeloupe, it is an overseas region of France, consisting of a single
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    12. Lifestyle On Martinique : Discover
    Antillean life swings with the rhythms of yesterday, habits are deeply rooted and continentals must be prepared to observe local customs, which is just as natural as it should be
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    13. Martinique Guide - Culture, History, Vacations, Travel, And More | Martinique-gu
    The Definitive Guide to planning your Martinique vacation Learn traveler's basics, how to get there, how to get around once you're there, where to stay, and what to see and do.
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    14. Martinique : Culture
    Culture and traditions Martinique with Easyvoyage, you get all of the information you need to organise your holiday, on towns, coasts, art and culture, hotels qualification indexes
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    Les danses
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    Autre tradition les combats de coqs, de mangoustes et de serpents.

    15. Martinique: History And Culture - CaribbeanChoice
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    16. YouTube - Martinique Bureau Celebrates 'Bastille Day' In Atlanta
    'Bastille Day' Celebration of the French Consulate in Atlanta Features Martinique Culture. Full story http//stories.globalatlanta.com/2008
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    17. Martinique: Culture - TripAdvisor
    Inside Martinique Culture Before you visit Martinique, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.
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    18. Martinique - French Culture And Caribbean Customs
    Martinique is one of the largest islands in the French West Indies and a tiny piece of France located in the center of the Caribbean Sea
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