of Cultural Memory: African Reflections on the American Landscape
One: Memorializing Places of Diaspora
B. Johnson, "Freedom's Trail: The Florida Cuba Connection"(1)
I. Kashif, "Africanisms Upon the Land: A Study of African
Influenced Place Names in the USA"
a. jordan, "Autobio-graphic Space: Reconciling African
American Identity with the (In)visible Past"
Two: Agricultural Lifeways and Technologies
Carney, "Rice, Slaves, and Landscapes of Cultural Memory"
L. Goucher "The Memory of Iron: African Technologies in the
J. Heath, "Bounded Yards and Fluid Borders: Landscapes of
Slavery at Poplar Forest"
Three: Black Cultural Landscapes and Institutions
L. Brown, "Africanisms on the 'Old Ship of Zion': What Are
These Forms and Why Do They Persist?"(2)
L. Brown, "Interwoven Traditions: The Conjurer's Cabin and
African American Cemetery at the Jordan and Frogmore Plantations"
Lewis Caldwell, "Some Evidence of African Cultural Traditions
Among the Residents of Black Church Centered Farming Communities
in North Central Louisiana"(3)
Four: Legacies of Urban Realms and Rural Communities
O. Asojo, "Traditional African Architecture and Its Impact
on Place Making: Case Studies from African and African American
Westmacott, "Gardening, Yard Decoration, and Agriculture
Among Peoples of African Descent in the Rural South and in the
Pabon, "Por la Encedida Calle Antillana: African Influences
on Puerto Rican Architecture"
Burial Ground: Discovery, Preservation, and Memorialization
R. Perry, Jean Howson, and Ruth Mathis, "New York's African
Burial Ground Mortuary Complex in Diasporic Perspective"(4)
The front matter for the conference proceedings is included with
paper has been edited since its presentaton in Atlanta, at the
paper was not presented in Atlanta and has been omitted. It is
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biographies of the contributing authors are included with the