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  1. Executive Report on Strategies in Suriname, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Suriname Research Group, The Suriname Research Group, 2000-11-02
  2. Bijdrage Tot De Kennis Der Cultures In Suriname (1901) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Herman Van Cappelle, 2010-05-23
  3. SURINAME: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by ROSEMARIJN HOEFTE, 2001
  4. The production of sugar and the reproduction of slaves at Vossenburg (Suriname), 1705-1863 (Caribbean culture studies) by H. E Lamur, 1987
  5. Bijdrage Tot De Kennis Der Cultures In Suriname (1901) (Dutch Edition) by Herman Van Cappelle, 2010-09-10
  6. Bijdrage Tot De Kennis Der Cultures In Suriname (1901) (Mandarin Chinese Edition) by Herman Van Cappelle, 2010-09-10
  7. Kahe Gaile Bides, Where Did You Go?: On Bhojpuri Migration Since the 1870s and Contemporary Culture in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Suriname and the Netherlands
  8. Evolving culture: A cross-cultural study of Suriname, West Africa, and the Caribbean by Charles J Wooding, 1981
  9. Alabi's World (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Richard Pr, 1990-05-01
  10. The Guiana Maroons: A Historical and Bibliographical Introduction (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Professor Richard Price, 1976-11-01
  11. Co-wives and Calabashes (Women and Culture Series) by Sally Price, 1993-06-01
  12. The Politics of Passion: Women's Sexual Culture in the Afro- Surinamese Diaspora (Between Men--Between Women) by Gloria Wekker, 2006-03-22
  13. The Javanese in Suriname: Ethnicity in an Ethnically Plural Society by Parsudi Suparlan, 1995
  14. John Gabriel Stedman's collection of 18th-century artifacts from Suriname by Richard Price, 1979

1. Suriname Culture History And Archaeology
Suriname Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the modern country of Suriname.
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    2. Suriname Culture History And Archaeology
    Suriname Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the modern country of Suriname.
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    3. Culture Of Suriname - Traditional, History, People, Traditions, Women, Beliefs,
    Culture of Northern Ireland, Culture of Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Culture of Norway, Culture of Oman, Culture of Pakistan, Culture of Palau, Culture of
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    Identification. Location and Geography. Suriname is in South America but is considered a Caribbean country. The total area is 63,250 square miles (163,820 square kilometers). The majority of the inhabitants live in the narrow coastal zone. More than 90 percent of the national territory is covered by rain forest. Suriname is a tropical country with alternating dry and rainy seasons. Since the early colonial days, Paramaribo has been the capital. Demography. The official population estimate in 2000 was 435,000. Approximately 35 to 40 percent of the population is of British Indian descent (the so-called Hindostani), 30 to 35 percent is Creole or Afro-Surinamese, 15 percent is of Javanese descent, 10 percent is Maroon (descended from runaway slaves), and there are six thousand to seven thousand Amerindians. Other minorities include Chinese and Lebanese/Syrians. Since 1870, the population has increased, but with many fluctuations. In the 1970s, mass emigration to the Netherlands led to a population decrease; an estimated 300,000 Surinamers now live in the Netherlands. Linguistic Affiliation.

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    5. Suriname: Culture And History - CaribbeanChoice
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    Guide to international business culture and etiquette. Provides information on international business culture, customs and protocol, giftgiving, negotiating tactics, business
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    7. Suriname - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Suriname or Surinam, officially the Republic of Suriname, is a country in northern South America. Its geographical size is just under 165,000 km 2 (64,000 sq mi), and it has
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Republic of Suriname Republiek Suriname (Dutch) Flag Coat of arms Motto Justitia - Pietas - Fides (Latin)
    "Justice - Duty - Loyalty" Anthem God zij met ons Suriname (Dutch)
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    PPP Total $4.510 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $2.962 billion Per capita HDI medium Currency Surinamese dollar SRD Time zone ART UTC DST not observed UTC Drives on the left SR ... Calling code Suriname's ISO 3166 code is SR Suriname or Surinam (pronounced /ˈsurəˌnɑm/ listen Dutch Suriname Sarnami Sarnam Sranan Tongo Sranangron or Sranankondre ), officially the Republic of Suriname , is a country in northern South America Paramaribo is located. Suriname is situated between French Guiana to the east and Guyana to the west. The southern border is shared with Brazil and the northern border is the Atlantic coast. The southernmost borders with French Guiana and Guyana are disputed along the Marowijne and Corantijn rivers, respectively, while a part of the disputed maritime boundary with Guyana was arbitrated by the

    8. Suriname - CaribbeanChoice
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    9. Suriname: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
    Information on Suriname — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    10. Suriname History | IExplore
    By the time the Spanish arrived in the late15th century, the Surinen (the original inhabitants of Surinam) had been driven out by other Amerindian groups.
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    11. Suriname Culture
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    CULTURE Several Amerindian languages are spoken such as Arowak, which belong to the Arowak language group, and Carib, Oayana and Akurio which belong to the Carib language group. The structure of the Amerindian societies is relatively simple. The only division of labor is between men en women. Part-time specialists are the village head and the piai (shaman). With the exception of the matrilineal Arowak, the system of skipship is bilineal. Many spirits play an important role in their vision of live. The pottery and wickerwork are striking. The six Maroon tribes were formed under identical circumstances. Nevertheless, they vary in their language and culture in such way that a distinction can be made between the Saramakas, Matawais and Kwintis of central Suriname on one hand and the Ndjukas, Paramakas and Alukus of eastern Suriname on the other. Every tribe is subdivided into a number of matrilineal, mostly exogenous, lo (clans) that are composed of bere (unilinial skinship groups). The granman is assisted by head captains, captains and basjas (assistants to the village heads). The tribes worship an Upper God, pantheons of gods and their ancestors. Their woodcarving is distinctive.

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    Unique culture reflects unique history. I f it weren’t for Suriname, New Yorkers today would likely still be calling themselves New Amsterdamers and Manhattan would be
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    Unique culture reflects unique history I The Netherlands, the Dutch swapped their bakeries on Broadway and the rest of present-day New York for the British sugar and tobacco plantations that were flourishing at the time along the Suriname River around a settlement that is now the capital Paramaribo. E ager to expand their plantations, the Dutch began importing West African slaves in the first half of the eighteenth century. And as the agriculture industry there began to take off, the previous deal with the English seemed a stroke of genius. B ut the Dutch had a knack for treating their slaves poorly, so many of the forced laborers fled to the jungle and became known as Maroons. They formed settlements in the interior and retained their West African customs. They often returned to attack the European plantations. I A FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT SUMMIT COMMUNICATIONS AT: 1040 FIRST AVENUE, SUITE 395, NEW YORK, NY 10022-2902. TEL: (212) 286-0034 FAX: (212) 286-8376 E-MAIL: info@summitreports.com

    13. Suriname - Culture
    1 Think about your daily life. What do you like most about it? Do you like getting out of bed? Going to school? Or do you like seeing your friends and family most?
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    (font options, pick words for additional puzzles, and more) Quickly print reading comprehension Print a proofreading activity Feedback on Suriname - Culture Leave your feedback on Suriname - Culture (use this link if you found an error in the story) Suriname - Culture By Ekaterina Zhdanova-Redman Think about your daily life. What do you like most about it? Do you like getting out of bed? Going to school? Or do you like seeing your friends and family most? What about culture do you like hearing a favorite song or playing a favorite sport? Now imagine having to move thousands of miles away, unable to take anything with you. Think about what you would take, and how you would feel. This happened to many Africans during the history of the Americas. European explorers created colonies in North, Central, and South America. These Europeans needed help working on farms in these new colonies. So they traveled to Africa, where they kidnapped many Africans. These Africans were shackled, put on ships, and brought to the Americas. There, they were forced to work.

    14. Suriname:@:Culture_and_Conduct_or_Local_Customs - Tourist Information And Travel
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    Come discover Suriname - Friendly, Pristine and Welcoming
    Suriname is a land of enormous cultural diversity and one of the few spots in the world where the tropical rainforest still completely virginal. The Republic of Suriname is the second smallest nation of the South American continent (63.675 sq. miles), as well as the least explored and least densely inhabited tropical country in the world, with 420,000 inhabitants consisting mainly of Amerindians, Afro-Surinamers or Creoles, East Indians, Javanese and Chinese. About 90 percent of the Surinamese population resides in the country's costal area. Suriname has tremendous ecotourism potential and in fact, was in the early 1970's one of the first countries to carry out successful rainforest tourism. Suriname has extraordinary ecotourism allure, an undisturbed rainforest wilderness and cultural attractions that are unique and mot to be found in the rest of South America. The country's unusual blend of African (including the Bushnegro cultures of the interior), Asian, European and native Amerindian culture elements contribute to Suriname's tourism appeal. These attractions offer significant opportunities for Suriname to capitalize upon its competitive advantage over other tropical tourism destinations.
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    18. Suriname: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
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    19. Culture Tours And Vacations In Suriname
    Culture tours in Suriname We have compiled a list of culture tours in Suriname. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with any
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    Suriname Culture Tours We have compiled a list of culture tours in Suriname. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with any questions for ordering free brochures or booking. The list is updated frequently so visit often. Picture Name Highlight Price Suriname Tour
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    Join us in an exciting 4 day tour to Paramaribo Suriname. Take a dip into the Suriname night clubs culture and have a unique exotic shopping opportunity in Paramaribo. USD 500 Per person
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    USD 2999 - 4999 Per person Galibi Nature Reserve Sea Turtles
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    This 2 days tour will give you the chance to see giant turtles, to visit rural villages in Suriname, to explore the wildlife, to visit souvenirs shops in Suriname. USD 145 Per person Nickerie: Bigi Pan 2 Days Tour
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    Explore Nickerie - the second city of Suriname in this 2 days tour, there you can see different kind of living and culture, the flora and fauna that will amaze you by its silence and beauty. USD 180 Per person Upper Suriname Maroon Tours
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    Contact Supplier Boat excursions, a night in authentic lodges, swimming in the river, interesting jungle walks and many other activities are offered in this 3 days excursion.

    20. In Place Of Slavery: A Social History Of British Indian And Javanese Laborers In
    In Place of Slavery A Social History of British Indian and Javanese Laborers in Suriname Book by Rosemarijn Hoefte; 1998. Read In Place of Slavery A Social History of British
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