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Martinique woman

Martinique woman

1881-1887 : [photographie] / [explorateur Mr Cannelle]. F. 40. Fort-de-France, Mulâtresses et Quarteronnes;

Fort-de-France, type de quarteronne; 1881-1887

1881-1887 : [photographie] / [explorateur Mr Cannelle]. F. 40. Fort-de-France, Mulâtresses et Quarteronnes;

chicademartinica:  auntada:  “Types of Women, Martinique” Source: Robert Hill Thomas, Cuba and Porto Rico: with the other islands of the West Indies: their topography, climate, flora, products, industries, cities, people, political conditions, etc., opp. Pg. 352. 1899.  OMG !

chicademartinica: auntada: “Types of Women, Martinique” Source: Robert Hill Thomas, Cuba and Porto Rico: with the other islands of the West Indies: their topography, climate, flora, products, industries, cities, people, political conditions, etc., opp. Pg. 352. 1899. OMG !

costume et coiffe créoles

costume et coiffe créoles

Femme en costume local

Femme en costume local

Vintage Culture --- Woman from St Pierre, Martinique,1870

Vintage Culture --- Woman from St Pierre, Martinique,1870

Woman of martinique, circa 1910's.  The Relative Status of Women and Men: Machismo, a long-established tradition within West Indian society, still permeates Martinican society.

Woman of martinique, circa 1910's. The Relative Status of Women and Men: Machismo, a long-established tradition within West Indian society, still permeates Martinican society.

The Island was occupied first by Arawaks, then Caribs. They had migrated from the mainland to the Islands about 1201 BCE. Later came the Taino, all which were people who were black of the Caribbean.

The Island was occupied first by Arawaks, then Caribs. They had migrated from the mainland to the Islands about 1201 BCE. Later came the Taino, all which were people who were black of the Caribbean.

Portrait de Femme #Martiniquaise

Portrait de Femme #Martiniquaise

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