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Sitiki, also known as Jack Smith, was born in Africa and died, a free man, in St. Augustine, Florida. He wrote his memoir between 1869 and 1871 with the assistance of historian Buckingham Smith, his former master. Patricia Griffin, an independent historical anthropologist, the author of Mullet on the Beach and the editor of Fifty Years of Southeastern Archaeology.

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