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This is a re-write of my own work and is the most complete on line summary of the Neo-Taino I know of; the citations to books are taken from my own very complete library on the topic. El Jigue 7-7-08

This subject is near to my heart my grandfather who fought in the 1895-1898 Cuban War of Independence had considerable neo-Taino ancestry. El Jigue 7-7-08

You need to prove your authorship, otherwise it looks like plagiarism from Wikipedia - we can't use their free-licensed text here. --Ed Poor Talk 19:24, 7 July 2008 (EDT)

Ed to prove who I am see:


Larry Daley Professor Emeritus

To prove I am El Jigue read one of my papers at:

To prove I wrote the article

go to

then go to history

In this history section you will see all the nonsense I had to put up with "overthere"

If you want to know the roots of my interest and long ago experience in Cuba, you might read "Narrations of War" in Cuba preliminary and old drafts are found at: n


I didn't study the article history, but at the moment, this article is one paragraph of text, followed by four browser screens (my resolution and settings, YMMV) of literature. This doesn't seem to make any sense to me, and it's terribly unhelpful for any reader because it floods the senses, so to speak. Whoever wrote up that list should select maybe the five best books and the five best web resources and get rid of the rest. More is not always better. --KevinM 14:50, 9 July 2008 (EDT)

New edits

My edits to this article yesterday were reverted on the basis that I didn't discuss them first so here is my explanation. The purpose of my edits was improve the structure of the article by introducing new headlines and moving others. I also corrected some grammatical errors. I didn't introduce any new information, so the edits couldn't contain any lies. Having explained myself I will restore the reverted edits. --OscarJ 07:40, 2 August 2009 (EDT)