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Gone to Croatan: Origins of North American Dropout Culture


Gone to Croatan: Origins of North American Dropout Culture by Brand: Autonomedia at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Lost history viewed through cracks in the cartographies of control, including “tri-racial isolate” communities, buccaneers, “white Indians,”


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Lost history viewed through cracks in the cartographies of control, including “tri-racial isolate” communities, buccaneers, “white Indians,” black Islamic movements, the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp, the Métis nation, scandalous eugenics theories, rural hippie communes, and many other aspects of North American autonomous cultures. A festschrift honoring late historian Hugo Leaming Bey of the Moorish Science Temple.

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