Caribbean Slave Society and Economy A Student Reader

ISBN-10: 1565840860

ISBN-13: 9781565840867

Edition: 1991 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

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List price: $20.00
Copyright year: 1991
Publisher: New Press, The
Publication date: 8/1/1993
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 496
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.694

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Amerindian-European Relations in Dutch Guyana
The Caribs of St. Vincent: A Study in Maladministration 1763-1773
Why Sugar? Economic Cycles and the Changing of Staples in the English and French Antilles 1624-1654
The Origins of Plantation Growth in Puerto Rico
The Transformation of Cuban Agriculture 1763-1838
The Profitability of Sugar Planting in the British West Indies 1650-1834
The French West Indian Sugar Business
The Origins of the Commission System in the West India Trade
Trade and Exchange in Jamaica in the period of Slavery
Capitalism and Slavery
French Capitalism and Caribbean Slavery
The Decline Thesis of British Slavery Since Econocide
Marginality and Free Coloured Identity in Caribbean Slave Society
Saint Domingue
Deficiency Diseases in the Caribbean
Death, Disease and Medicine on Jamaican Slave Plantation: The Example of Worthy Park 1767-1838
Mortality and the Medical Treatment of Slaves in the British West Indies
Demographic Performance of Two Slave Plantations of the Dutch Speaking Caribbean
The Slave Populations of the British Caribbean: Some Nineteenth-Century Variations
Changing Patterns of Slave Families in the British West Indies
Household Structure and Fertility on Jamaican Slave Plantations: A Nineteenth Century Example
Women's Work, Family Formation and Reproduction Among Caribbean Slaves
Slave Religions on the Vossenburg Plantation (Suriname) and Missionaries' Reaction
Myalism and the African Religious Tradition in Jamaica
The Other Face of Slave Labor: Provision Grounds and Internal Marketing in Martinique
The Origins of the Jamaican Internal Market System
Slaves Use of Their 'Free' Time in the Danish Virgin Islands in the later Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century
The West Indian Slave Laws of the Eighteenth Century
Caribbean Anti-Slavery: The Self Liberation Ethos of Enslaved Blacks
Akan Slave Rebellions in the British Caribbean
Maritime Maroons: Grand Marronage from the Danish West Indies
The Haitian Revolution
The Victor Vanquished: Emancipation in St. Croix it's Antecedents and Immediate Aftermath
The State of the Debate on the role of Capitalism in the Ending of the Slave System
Victor Schoelcher and Emancipation in the French West Indies
Explaining Abolition: Contradiction, Adaptation and Challenge in Cuban Slave Society 1860-1886
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