A Naturalist's Sojourn in Jamaica
a quotation from 'Monk' Lewis, in 1816, describes the Maroons' method of cooking the hogs they had hunted:
Philip Henry Gosse, the naturalist, visited Jamaica from 1844 to 1846. He spent most of that time at Bluefields House and carried on his researches in that part of Westmoreland. He is chiefly remembered for his study of Jamaican birds, but he also found and recorded the first known specimens of peripatus in Jamaica.