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Slave Populations of the British Caribbean 1807-1834 free pdf Reprint of work that originally appeared in 1984 (see HLAS 48:2517b). Excellent and thorough treatment of major demographic aspects of British Caribbean slavery from abolition of slave trade to slave emancipation. Draws heavily on extensive data available from slave registration returns for various

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Author : Barry W. Higman
Publisher : University of the West Indies Press
Data Published : 31 July 1997
ISBN : 9766400105
EAN : 9789766400101
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 816 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . Reprint of work that originally appeared in 1984 (see HLAS 48:2517b). Excellent and thorough treatment of major demographic aspects of British Caribbean slavery from abolition of slave trade to slav