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Jamaican Maroons. Maroons in New Nanny Town, Jamaica: The word Maroon describes people who escaped slavery by seeking refuge in the mountains; it comes from the Spanish word cimarrón meaning people who live on mountain tops. The Maroons successfully escaped their plantations and formed independent militas/communities of free people. In some instances, the Maroon were so feared that some colonizers were forced to sue for peace.

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae. More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on:

Jamaican crest and motto. Out of many, one people

Students who are loved at home, come to school to learn, and students who aren't, come to school to be loved.

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beautiful jamaican women | Lisa Hanna (Jamaica) - Miss World 1993. Height is 170 cm.