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Cimarro.

Cimarro[1] (-onis, m.) (Hispanice: cimarrón 'ferus, indomitus') est servus in America Australi et Mari Caribico qui in montes ad quaerendam libertatem refugit.

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  1.   Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)

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  • Campbell, Mavis Christine. 1988. The Maroons of Jamaica, 1655-1796 : a history of resistance, collaboration & betrayal. Granby Massachusettae: Bergin & Garvey. ISBN 0-89789-148-1.
  • Corzo, Gabino La Rosa. 2003. Runaway Slave Settlements in Cuba: Resistance and Repression. Liber conversus a Mary Todd. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0807828033.
  • Dallas, R. C. 1803. The History of the Maroons, from Their Origin to the Establishment of Their Chief Tribe at Sierra Leone. 2 vols. Londinii: Longman.
  • De Granada, Germán. 1970. Cimarronismo, palenques y Hablas “Criollas” en Hispanoamérica. Instituto Caro y Cuero, Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia. OCLC 37821053.
  • Honychurch, Lennox. 1995. The Dominica Story. Londinii: Macmillan. ISBN 0333627768.
  • Hoogbergen, Wim S. M. Brill. 1997. The Boni Maroon Wars in Suriname. Academic Publishers. ISBN 90-04-09303-6.
  • Learning, Hugo Prosper. 1995. Hidden Americans: Maroons of Virginia and the Carolinas. Novi Eboraci: Garland Publishing. ISBN 0815315430.
  • Price, Richard, ed. 1973/ Maroon societies: rebel slave communities in the Americas. Garden City Novi Eboraci: Anchor Books. ISBN 0-385-06508-6.
  • Thompson, Alvin O. 2006. Flight to freedom: African runaways and maroons in the Americas. Kingston Iamaicae: University of West Indies Press. ISBN 9766401802.
  • van Velzen, H. U. E. Thoden, et Wilhelmina van Wetering. 2004. In the Shadow of the Oracle: Religion as Politics in a Suriname Maroon Society. Long Grove, Illinois: Waveland Press. ISBN 1577663233.

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