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affranchis African slaves Anglo-Caribbean Antillean societies background became British Caribbean area Caribbean region Caribbean social history Caribbean societies century church-founded free village codes of social colonial language picture colonists community settings creolization processes Creollsation Cuba cultural creolization Curacao demographic different groups different social differentiated or intermixed distinctions dominant group Dutch economic Emancipation emergence English Espanola freemen French colonies French-based creole language frequent manumission Greater Antilles growth Guadeloupe Guiana Haiti Haitian Creole Hispanic Caribbean Hispanic islands Hoetink islands too small Jamaican Creole Joos large numbers late eighteenth least Lesser Antilles linguistic situation Martinique master-groups metropolis Mintz Mona Conference most'interesting Antillean multilingual native North-West European variant pidgin languages pidginization and creolization plantation Creoles plantation system probably proportion of African Puerto Rico Reinecke Reinecke's relevance remarks Saint Domingue slavery small number social Interaction governing socio-historical sociolinguistic sociological subordinate group suggest Surinam typical typified University Press VALKHOFF Voorhoeve Windward Islands