A Tree Without Roots

A Tree Without Roots : The Guide to Tracing African, Anglo and Asian Ancestry in the Caribbean

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From a man who dedicated eleven years of his life to uncovering the saga of his African slave ancestors comes a guide for others to capitalize on his informed techniques and discover just what it means to be where one is from. Offering groundbreaking insights on how to delve into one's past, this book is intended both for beginners and experienced researchers and provides inspiration to those who believe that their search may be hampered by having a mixed parentage or a history of migration through the ages. An instructive guide for British, Africans and Asians interested in finding more about their family connections with the Caribbean islands, it nevertheless offers techniques and approaches that can be applied to anyone researching their ancestors around the world.

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  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 130 x 194 x 22mm | 240.4g
  • BlackAmber
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrations, map
  • 1905147813
  • 9781905147816
  • 956,487

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Praise for Ancestors'I was moved' - Doreen Lawrence, And Still I Rise'A moving account of a black British family that travels through the ages from slavery and beyond' - BONNIE GREER, Guardian'Groundbreaking, a riveting read' - The Voice'An inspiring piece of literature' - The New Nation

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About Paul Crooks

Paul Crooks was born a stone's throw from Wembley Football Stadium and lives in London. He started searching for his African slave ancestors after being told it was not possible and it took him eleven years of research to trace them. Arcadia was pleased to publish the product of his labour, Ancestors, a fictionalised account of his great-great-great grandfather's part in the struggle for emancipation from 1798 to 1838.

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