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About Me:
I'm an archaeologist obsessed with archaeology, the Caribbean and everything Taino.
PhD Anthropology - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (2006 - present)
MPhil Archaeology - University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK (2000)
BA History & Archaeology - University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica, W.I. (1998)
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Taino archaeology, Rock Art and Taino-Hispanic and Taino-African/Maroon interaction
Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT), Archaeological Society of Jamaica (ASJ)

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At 8:34pm on November 30, 2021, Aramsay said…

I recently purchased your book! Very pleased to see you on this page. Your book is incredible.

At 10:19pm on February 12, 2009, Ken Ivery said…
As a matter of fact Lesley - Gail, I am taking the semester off and I am currently in Jamaica, I see from your profile info that you have a substantial amount of experience in the study of Jamaican Tainos and Maroons. Could you please refer me to any centers in Jamaica that are suited for genealogical research.
At 10:16pm on February 12, 2009, Ken Ivery said…
Hello Lesley-Gail, unfortunately I am not an Anthropology major but a Finance major. However, I have a strong interest in anthropology and genealogy. Feel free to contact me anytime.
At 1:11am on January 20, 2009, Maximilian Forte said…
Dear Leslie, I already know your name of course and some of your work. It is a great pleasure to see you here.

Now to my standard, arid, cut and paste welcome message :)

Welcome to the Indigenous Caribbean Network,

Please feel free to contact me if you should have any questions about using this site. I hope that you will find your interactions here to be enjoyable and rewarding. As a friendly reminder, please acquaint yourself with our preliminary Code of Conduct.

Very best wishes.
At 3:21am on January 14, 2009, Guy Marco said…
Hi Leslie - ever visited St. Lucia and have a look at the rock engarving (in th South of the island)?
At 3:00pm on January 12, 2009, Juan Almonte said…
You know I am not familiar with the maroon. Tonight when I get home I am going to look them up.
At 2:38pm on January 12, 2009, Juan Almonte said…
sorry for the bad spelling and grammer
At 2:37pm on January 12, 2009, Juan Almonte said…
Lesly very true, Just like in kiskeya and the other island were we have been saying we still here. We sounded like a broken record. But even though the numbers are low. Originaly I think they thought is was going to be lower just for the fact that only few of us were saying we are tainos. So when 15% of the dominican population came out people were stunnded. Cause many who did know it, now threw there test found out. So yes the numbers are low. But I suspect that in jamica it could more or less be the same.

I mean I read your profile. You taino ancestory could be the force behind your research and you just dont it. But with that said taino diffenlty is one of the more influnetial native americna. There culutre, language did remain in places in where there are no taino deccendants too. Let along in the mountains are of kiskeya.
At 2:02pm on January 12, 2009, Juan Almonte said…
Lesly, you know I have heard that. But I still think there must be folks. That must have ameridian ancestory. Keep in mind that in boriken aks puerto rico, cuba, Kiskeya aka dominican rep. My kiskeya. We have been saying that we are taino for centurys. But they kept the myth alive. Now we have proven ourselves with all these silly test. Yes, kiskeya the numbers are small. But we still here. Poeple who didnt even know they were indians found out cause of these test. I was lucky I was raised knowing my ancestry. I am sure in jaimica there must be the same thing. Maybe a small comunity. Also you my be under the impression that you dont have ameridian ancestry. For all we know you do? But again I am not jamaican so I dont know. Does anybody in jamica done what I just described abouve with the three islands? I asked cuase I have always been curios. I have jamaican friend who tell me no. But its just a bit hard to belive that no amerian blood survied not even 1%. You know what I mean?
At 1:36pm on January 12, 2009, Juan Almonte said…
Lesly, I just read what you replyed to Keisha "arenahi" Very sad. Be kinda nice to see taino from jamica have a movement too. Well I am sure its just a matter of time.

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