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view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica
|Statement||By J. Stewart.|
|LC Classifications||F1871 .S86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 1 l., 363,  p.|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||02011578|
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A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica; with remarks on the moral and physical condition of the slaves, and on the abolition of slavery in the colonies. Author: J Stewart.
A View of the Past and Present State of the Island of Jamaica: With Remarks on the Moral and by John Stewart.
"A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica " THE WHITE INHABITANTS. The white inhabitants of Jamaica consist of Creoles, or natives of the country, and Europeans.
There may be about three of the former to two of the latter. Formerly there was a marked difference in the habits, manners, and mode of life of those two classes.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book was written by my g-g-g-grandfather and is a fascinating look at Jamaica during a turbulent time in it's history. Apart from looking at things such as agriculture, business and the people, it covers more important issues as Phillippo was a Baptist missionary and a dedicated abolitionist He writes passionately about the final abolition of Reviews: 1.
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A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica: with remarks on the moral and physical condition of the slaves, and on the abolition of slavery in the colonies. [J Stewart; Oliver and Boyd (Edinburgh, Scotland),; G.
and W. Whittaker,]. A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica [electronic resource]: with remarks on the moral and physical condition of the slaves, and on the abolition of slavery in the colonies / by J.
Stewart Oliver & Boyd Edinburgh Australian/Harvard Citation. THE CONFOUNDING ISLAND Jamaica and the Postcolonial Predicament By Orlando Patterson.
For a tiny island in the Caribbean, Jamaica has. title A Small Place. author Jamaica Kincaid. type of work Memoir, essay.
genre Travel writing, personal history. language English. time and place written s, United States. date of first publication publisher Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. narrator Jamaica Kincaid, the author, who gives a highly personal history of her home, the Caribbean island of Antigua.
Stewart, J. View of the Past and Present State of the Island of Jamaica, Stewart, John. An Account of Jamaica and Its Inhabitants, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
The Author, The Laws of Jamaica: Volume 2. 2 nd edition. Jamaica: A. Aikman, printer to the King. " A View of the Past and Present State of the Island of Jamaica " An extract from this book, written in by J.
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Volume 1 of The History of Jamaica: Or, General Survey of the Antient and Modern State of the Island: with Reflections on Its Situation Settlements, Inhabitants, Climate, Products, Commerce, Laws, and Government, Edward Long. The present and future state of Jamaica considered by: Milner, Thomas Hughes.
Published: () A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica with remarks on the moral and physical condition of the slaves, and on the abolition of slavery in the colonies / by: Stewart, J. late of Jamaica. A Small Place is a work of creative nonfiction published in by Jamaica Kincaid.A book-length essay drawing on Kincaid's experiences growing up in Antigua, it can be read as an indictment of the Antiguan government, the tourist industry and Antigua's British colonial legacy.
The book, written in four sections, "combines social and cultural critique with autobiography and a history of. “The people who don't give you a standing ovation for the hurdles you cross are just afraid that you might win the race. They do not cheer you but they sit, lurking on the sidelines, biting their fingernails hoping you will stumble before the end.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY. Space restricts us to such works as may be found in the Boston College Library, Chestnut Hill, Mass. ANONYMOUS. Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from toinclusive, London, Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from toinclusive, London, Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from to.
What people might be less familiar with is Jamaica in literature – read on as Culture Trip recommends six books to read before visiting this Caribbean island. Wide Sargasso Sea Released just four years after Jamaican independence inthis book is a postcolonial exploration of some of Author: Lyndsey Kilifin.
A view of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica; with remarks on the slaves, and on the abolition of slavery in the colonies. Negro Universities Press, New York.
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