Maroons -- Antiquities -- Jamaica, Maroons -- Jamaica -- Social life and customs, Archaeology and history -- Jamaica, Historic sites -- Jamaica
Of all the fascinating aspects of Jamaican history, the Maroon Melement appears to be the only one that weaves through the whole period, including the present day. Referring to themselves as 'True blu chankofi piti bo," some Maroons of Moore Town in the parish of Portland claim that, with the exception of the freedom fighters of South Africa, they are the only living genuine and most honourable freedom fighters worthy of the name.
Agorsah, Kofi. (1995). Archaeology and the Maroon heritage in Jamaica. Jamaica Journal 24:2: 2-9.