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CALLALOO Volume 27, No.1 Winter, 2004

Faces and Voices of Coyolillo, An Afromestizo Pueblo in Mexico Coedited by Marcus D. Jones & Charles Henry Rowell

CHARLES HENRY ROWELL / Acknowledgements vii / "Todos Somos Promos" /We Are All Cousins

The Editor's Notes xi / Africa in Mexico: A Reading List 172

Interview

MARCUS D. JONES AND

CHARLES HENRY ROWELL / Coyolillo and Beginnings: A Brief Interview

with Alfredo Martinez Maranto 1

Reading the Voices of the People MARCUS D. JONES AND

CHARLES HENRY ROWELL / Origins, History, Race and Identity 7 / Race, Racial Politics, and Identity 25 / Life and Change in the Village 31 / Economics and Economic Conditions 33 / Government and Law 37 / Work and the Land 41 / Work and Migration 51 / Marriage 67 / Family 71 / Gender and Gender Roles 81 / Food 87 / Carnival and Other Celebrations 91 / Entertainment and Sports 105 / Religion 111 / Education 115 / Health Care 123 / Voices of the Children 129

Reading the History of the People

ALFREDO MARTINEZ MARANTO / The Afromestizo Population

of Coyolillo 142 BEN VINSON III / Articulating Space: The Free-Colored Military

Establishment in Colonial Mexico from the

Conquest to Independence 150

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