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Our project to paddle from Martinica to Puerto-Rico.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by adem medina cardona May 7, 2009.

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About Me:
Anthropologist and history and geography teacher. I'm french and when I speak and whrite english, I know, it isn't a good english. Excuse me for that. I have not a lot of possibilities to pratice.
I am a descendant of european and karib people. I want to prove that the amerindian people aren't extinct in the caribbean and I look for photos, sites, festivals in the islands of the caribbean, because french people in the lesser Antilles think that exepted the carib Territory in Dominica, there is no amerindians.
Occupation:
History ans geography teacher
Education:
DEA- Social anthropology and comparative sociology.
Contact Information:
mail : mlboulogne@wanadoo.fr
Research Interests:
- I am writing a book about the amerindian heritage in the Caribbean.
Publications:
- I have publish articles on the cassava, and work about the amerindians in the Caribbean.
Link:
http://www.kariskokanawa.com
Another link:
http://mouriesse-boulogne.blogger.com
Another link:
http://karib-territory.blogspot.com/
My Website:
http://karisko-insert.blogspot.com

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http://equipe-karisko-mdlp.blogspot.com/2013/09/karisko-en-guyane.html

Competition in French Guyana (Kourou)  "The masters of the paddle"- October 2013

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 7:56pm

http://karisko-insert.blogspot.com

We decide to help in our association Karisko, people in social difficulties.
This blog is a presentation of our actions.

Marie-Line Mouriesse-Boulogne.

Posted on May 6, 2009 at 1:13pm — 1 Comment

http://ioumoulicou.wordpress.com/2008/03/20/le-projet-youmoulikou/

Last year, we crossed the channel beetween Martinica and Dominica. We did it in six hours, with paddles, in a kalinago pirogue. This blog is explaining our preparation and our adventure.
We project to do the same adventure (with our pirogue) but we'll arrived at Boriken.

I hope you understand my english, because, I'm french and it's not easy for me to write english.
Excuse me for that.

Posted on March 2, 2009 at 11:03pm — 1 Comment

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At 9:37pm on March 11, 2012, Abdul R Liburd said…

March 11, 2012

Dear Mouriesse;

  First I must say, Happy New Year and God's Richest Blessings to you and your family.  Second, I must apologize for just responding to you after 3 years?  Can you believe that?  I am truly sorry.  I have not been on this sight in so long that I must read and bring myself back up to speed about what has been going on.  In the past 3 years I was living in Asia.  I traveled a lot but got into problems when a local Balinese - Bali, Indonesia company really messed me up financially and emotionally as well as in Ulsan, South Korea.  I was teaching mostly ESL English in Ulsan, South Korea, Taiyuan, China, and Bali, Indonesia.  I plan to visit, do business, and maybe live in Asian started again next year God spare life!  Now to answer your question, I am not aware of any tribes here only in Puerto Rico and St. Croix.  However, on St. Thomas and St. John I have family that are descendants but this is still not clear.  I am trying to get historical records  straight.  You can trying contacting the Virgin Islands "Seven Arches Museum" on St. Thomas -  ( http://www.sevenarchesmuseum.com/ ) or contact the Virgin Islands Department of Planning & Natural Resources - DPNR - ( http://dpnr-dlam.dpnr.gov.vi/pages/territorial-archives-353 ) or ( www.vifamilies.org ) for further documentation/information.  I hope that you were able to complete your book as you can add this as a supplemental piece.  If you need further information feel free to contact me.  Have a wonderful day, take care, and God Bless Always!

At 6:18am on October 28, 2009, Maximilian Forte said…
Wow, great to see someone with your interests and the work you are doing. Your English is very good, trust me. I will spend a lot of time reading your blogs, and I am very sorry that we never met before.
At 6:22am on October 13, 2009, Lynne Guitar said…
I would be very interested in a copy in French, Mouriesse. Thank you so much for offering! Email is lynneguitar@yahoo.com

I get to share the work "Los taino y las aves" with the greater Santiago de los Caballeros community on November 17th, at the Centro Cultural Leon Jimenes.
At 6:45pm on October 12, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
I'll be more than happy to correspond with you and help wherever I can. Thanks for the request and stay in touch!!!
At 10:18am on July 21, 2009, Arenahi said…
Yes I will send my email again.
At 2:28am on July 20, 2009, Arenahi said…
I was wondering if you received my message yet.
At 7:33pm on March 6, 2009, Len said…
Hey, No there are no indigenous settlements here. most peopel are ven unaware of other native groups other than the Caribs and Arawaks. We are very small islands, and I feel the original 'settlers' were transient Taino, who surely visited here in their travels (we are located between Jamaica and Cuba).. they are know to be in this region of the Caribbean. Also, you may find of interest books about the travels of Cabeza de Vaca in the NW Caribbean&Southern USA . My Islands' closest (most visible) link to native indians is probably through our linkages with the Bay Islands of Honduras - a traditionally strong connection.
The use of island foods (or lack thereof_ amongst the Caribbean islands also refects some interesting linkages.)
I look forward to seeing your book!
At 9:50pm on March 5, 2009, Arenahi said…
Oh I forgot to add you can see my website cariblanguage.org . Click on "the languages".
At 9:48pm on March 5, 2009, Arenahi said…
Thanks for posting your blog. I have been wanting to get in contact but I didn't know French. I would really like to connect with the Carib communities in both Martinique and Dominica, especially how you can use the language in paddling.
At 7:12pm on March 5, 2009, MOURIESSE said…
Thank you for sharing.
Marie-Line
 
 
 

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