A Study on the Historiography of the British West Indies to the End of the Nineteenth Century, Issue 186
Study based on the printed histories available in the libraries of the University College of the West Indies and of the Institute of Jamaica.
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able African already America appeared attempt attitude Barbados believed Bridges British West Indies century claim clear collection colonies coloured concerned considerable constitutional critical dealing described discussion economic edition Edwards Emancipation England English especially established European evidence expressed fact followed French gives historians human humanitarian Ibid ideas importance included influence instance institution interest islands Jamaica labour later laws less London Long means Merivale México narrative nature Negro Nevertheless notes object official opinion particular passim period planters political possible Preface principle produced published question race Ragatz records regard remarks representative Rochefort seems settlements shows slave slavery Smith social society speaks strong sugar supra cit taken Tertre Thomas tion trade volumes West Indian West Indian history whole writers written wrote Young