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Africa and the West Indies
Cercopithecine Migration to the West Indies
19th Century Monkey Illustrations
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17th century aethiops Africa Agriculture animals appear areas arrived Barbadian monkeys Barbados became bounty laws British British West Indies Cape Verde Caribbean cebus Cercopithecus changes Coast concerning continued crops damage dates Destroying distribution District early England established Europe evidence Figure forest four French frequent green monkeys gullies Hall Handler Hill Horrocks Hubley Hughes human important interpretation introduced island Jago keys Kittitian Kitts Labat land least lived locations London materials McGuire mean mention migration natural Nevis noted observations originated parish pests placed plantations population possible present Press primate problem Public published Raccoons rare reached received recent reference remained reported sabaeus scenario Schomburgk seen Senegal ship slave sources species specimens studies sugar suggests Table Taylor tion trade trees troop Turner's Hall Wood University West Indian West Indies wild monkeys woods World