Beliefs, doctrines and practices of the Orisha religion in Trinidad, 1958 - 1999
by Frances Henry
[St. Ann's, Trinidad and Tobago
Written in English.
Table of Contents
|African powers in Trinidad and Tobago: The Shango Cult|
|Psychological aspects of spirit possession|
|Faith healing and medical practice in the southern Caribbean|
|Social stratification in an Afro-American cult|
|Frances Henry recalls her 3 months with Pa Neezer' the Shango king|
|Religion and ideology in Trinidad: the resurgence of the Shango religion|
|The changing functions of the Shango religion in Trinidad|
|African religions in Trinidad : the legitimation and acceptance of the Orisha religion today.|
Includes bibliographical references.
Title taken from cover.
Contains articles written by the author.
|Dewey Decimal Class||299/.6/0972983|
|Library of Congress||BL2566.T7 H46 2000|
The Physical Object
|Pagination||83 p. ;|
|Number of pages||83|
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History Created April 1, 2008 ·
|November 23, 2011||Edited by LC Bot||import new book|
|December 14, 2009||Edited by WorkBot||link works|
|April 1, 2008||Created by an anonymous user||Initial record created, from Scriblio MARC record.|