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FACULTY OF ARTS DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

HST 2I4 - A SURVEY OF CARIBBEAN HISTORY LEYEL: YEAR II FIRST SEMESTER

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GENERAL \ryORKS

BECKLES, H. & SI{EPHERD, V. (eds.) Caribbean Slave Society and Economy.

London: Currey, l99l .

Arnenca- 1492-1973. New York. Macmillan, 1981. F1410 C7 EMMER" Pieter C. (ed.). General History of the Caribbean. Vol. II: New Societies: The

Caribbean in the Long Sixteenth Century. London: Unesco Publishing/lMacmillan

Education, 1999.

KMGHT, Franklin. The Caribbean: Genesis of a Fragmented Nationalism. New York:

Oxford University Press, 1978. LEWIS, G.K. The Growth of the Modern West Indies. Londor MacGibboa,1968. Main Currents in Caribbean Thought: The Historical Evolution of

Caribbean Society in its Ideological Aspects. 1492-1900. The John Hopkins University

Press,1983.

MENEZES, M.N. How to do Better Research. Georgetown: Demerara Publishers, 1990. PITMANS, W.F. The Development of the British West Indies. London: Frank Cass,

t970.

WILLIAMS, Eric. British Historians and the West Indies. Port of Spain: P.N.M. Pub.

Co., 1964.

From Columbus to Castro: The History of the Caribbean. 1492-1961.

London: Andre Deutsch, 1970.

Capitalism and Slavery. London. Andre Deutsch, 1964.

PRE-COLUMBIAN SOCIETIES

BASSO, E.B. (ed.) Caribbean-speakins Indians: Culture Society and Language. Tucson:

University, 1977. FARABEE, W.C. The Central Arawaks. Philadelphia,l9TS.

GROSS, D. Peoples and Cultures of Native South America. New York: Doubleday,

1973.

HANKE, L.V. The First Social Experiments in America: A Study of the Development of Spanish Indian Policy in the Sixteenth century. Gloucester: Peter Smith, 1964.F1411

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The Spanish Strusgle for Justice in the Conquest of America. Boston:

L,ittlc'. Brown and Co., 1965.Fl4ll}f37

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Indians of South America. New York: Greenwood Press, 1969 The New Laws for the Government of the Indies and the Preservation of the Indians, 1542-1543. New York: Ams Press, T971. F1411 Spa

SIMPSON, L.B. The Encomienda in New Spain. Berkeley: University of Califcrria Press, 1966.F1411 Sim

STEWARD, J. (ed.) Handbook of South America Indians. Vol 4. F22?9 575

FRIEDE, Juaa. Bartholome de Las Casas in History. De Kalb, Ill

Univ. P., 1971. El25 C4826

MACNUTT, Francis A. Bartholome de Las Casas.El25 C4Macn

Northern Illinois

EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT AND COLONISATION

BO)G& C.R. Four Centuries of Portuguese Expansion- 1415-1825. Johannesburg:

Witwatersand University Press, 1 972.

HALE, J.R. Renaissance Exploration. London: Thanet Press, 1968.

HARING, C.H. The Spanish Empire in America. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World,

1963.

IIARLOW, V.T. Colonizing

Guiana^ 1623-1667

Expeditions

to the West Indies to the West Indies and

. Nandelinlliechenstein: Tlaus Reprint Ltd., 1967 . F1621 I*

MEANS, Phdip. The Spanisk Main: Focus of Envy. New York: Gordian Press, 1965.

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MORRISON, S.E. The Caribbean as Columbus Saw it. Boston: Little and Brown, 1964.

NEWTON, A.P. The European Nations in the West Indies. London: A & C Black, 1966. F1621 N46 NOWELL, C.E. The Great Discoveries and the First Colonial Empire. Ithaca: Cornell

University Press, 1954.

PARRY, J. The Age ofReconnaissance. London. Weidenfeld and Ncholsorq 1966.

The Discovery of South America. London: P. Elelq 1979. Europe and the Wide \fforld. London: Hutchinson,1965. fV61 P3

The Spanish Seaborne Empire. London: Hutchinson,lg7t. Fl4l0 P3

RICHARDSON, P. The Expansion of Europe. 1400-1600. London: Longmans, 1966. VAN SERTIMA Ivan. The African Presence in Ancient America: They Came before

Columbus. New York: Random House, 1976.E 109 A35 V36

THE EUROPEAN CHALLENGE TO SPANISH MONOPOLY IN THE CARIBBEAN

ANDREVfS, K.R. {ed.) The Last Voyage ofDrake and Hawkins. London: Cambridge University Press, I 974.

The Spanish Caribbean Trade aad Plunder. 1530-1630. New Haven:

Yale University Press, 1928.

The Freeport System in the British West Indies: A Study in Commercial Policy. 1766-1822. London. Longmans, green and Company,7953.

BO)(E& C.R. The Dutch Seaborne Empke, 1600-1800. London: Hutchinsoq 1966

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1624-1690. New York: Oford University, 1972.

CROUSE, M.M. French Pioneers in the West Indies- 1665-1713. London: Frank Cass,

t966.

EXQUEMELIN, K.C. The Buccaneers of America. New York: Dover, 1967.

COSinfCeu C.C. TheDutch in the Caribbean and on the Wild Coast. 1580-1680.

Gainesville: University

of Florida Press, 197 1.

EMMER, pieter C

tea I General History of the Caribbean.Vol. II: New Societies: The

Caribbean in the Long Sixteenth Century. London: Unescq Publishing/Nlacmillan

Education, 1999.

MEANS, irf,ifp. The Spanish Main: Focus of Envy. New York: Gordian Press, 1965.

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PLANTATION SYSTEM AND SLAVERY

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caribbean Slave Society and Economy. London: currey,

1993. HT1071C37

BECKLES, H. London: Zed Books, 1989. HT1105 B3 B44

Oxford: Clarendon, 1971. BUSH, Barbara. Siave trYomen in Caribbeaa Society- 1650-1838. Kingston: Heinemann,

Pub.,

1990. HT1071 B87

CaVfpngff, M. The Dynamics of Change in a Slave Society. Rutherford Farleigh

Dickensorg 1978.

COIIEN,

Descent

D.W. & Green, J.P. (eds.). Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African

in the Slave Societies of the New World. Baltimore. The John Hopkins

University Press, 1973.

CRATON,

Michael. Empkg Enslavement and Freedom in the Caribbean. Kingston: Ian

Randle Publishers, 1997.

A Jamaican Plantation. Toronto: University of Toroato Press, 1970.

. Madison' Univ' of Wisconsin Press' 1969'

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GRAHAM, M. & KNIGE{TS, F. (eds.). Alkica and the Caribbean: The Legacy of a Link'

Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1979.

POPE-IIENNESSEY, Iames. Sins of the Fathers: A Study ofthe Atlantic Slave Traders.

London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1967. HIGMAN, B. Slave Populations of the British Caribbearl 1807-1834. Baltimore: John

Hopkins University

XtnfN, Herbert

Press, 1984.

S. Th* Middl" Pur*ug". Princeton:, N.J.: Princeton Univ. Press, 1978.

KNIGHT, Franklin (ed.). General History of the Caribbean. Vol. IIL The Slave Societies of the Caribbean. London: Unesco Publishingffacmillan Education, 1997'

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MARSHALL, Bernard. Slavery and the Plantation System in the British Windward

Islands. Mona: U.W.I., 1971.

PARES, R.A. West Indian Fortune. Hamden: Anchor Books, 1950. War and Trade in the West Indies. Londoa: F. Cass, 1963.F1621P32

PATTERSON, H. 0. The Sociology of Slavery. New Jersey. Farleigh Dickinson Press,

1969.HT1096P3

RODNEY, Walter. A History of the Upper Guinea Coast. 1545-1800. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970.DT477 F.:6a

Portuguese Attempt at Monopoly on the Upper Guinea Coast. 1580- 1650. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1965.

TURNE& Mary. Slaves and Missionaries. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982.

WILLIAMS, Eric. From Columbus to Castro. The History of the Caribbean- 1492-1961.

London: Andre Deutsch, 1970. F1621 W5 Capitalism and Slavery. London: Andre Deutsctq 1964.HC254.5

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\ryOMEN IN THE CARIBBEAN

BECKLES, Hilary. Inside Bussa's Rebellion. St. Michael: Barbados Museum and

Historical Society, 1984. BECKLES, Hilary. Natural Rebels: A Social History of E;rslaved Black Women in Barbados. London: Zed Books, 1989. HTI 105 B3 844.

Centering Woman. Kirgston: Ian Randle ?ub., 1999. BUSH, Barbara. Slave Women in Caribbean Society. 1650-1838. Kingston: Heinemann

Pub., 1990.

Defiance or Submission: the Role of the Slave Woman ia Slave Resistance in the British Caribbean. I.ondon: Frank Cass, 1982. HTl091 888.

CRATON, Michael. 'Changing Patterns of Slave Families in the British West Indies" in

Caribbean Slave Economy and Society HIGMAN, Barry. "Household Structure and Fertility on Jamaican Slave Plantations" in

Caribbean Slave Economy and Society.

MORISSEY, Marietta. "lffomen's Work, Family Formation and Reproduction among

Caribbean Slaves" in Caribbean Slave Econom), and Society.

MATHURIN, L. The Rebel Woman in the British West Indies. Kingston: Institute of Jamaica for the African-Caribbean Institute of Jamaica. HT1091 M38.

SI{EP}IERD, Verene (ed.) Engendering History: Caribbean Women in Historical Perspective. HQI 501 E54.

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RESISTANCE AND REVOLTS

CRATON, Michael. Testing the Chains: Resistance to Slavery in the British \ffest Indies.

Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1982. HTlOgl C73 Empire. Enslavement and Freedom in the Caribbean. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 1997.

FONER" Laura& GENOVESE, E. (ed.). Slavery in the New World. Englewood Cliffs,

N.J

Prentice-Hall, 7969. E44l F 65

HALL. G.M. Social Control in Slave Plaatation Sccieties: A Comparison of St.

Domingue and Cuba. Baltimore, 1973. HT1081 H34

HART, Richard. Black Jamaicans Struggle against Slavery. London: Community

Education Trust, 1979. F1896B55 }f37

Slaves who Abolished Slavery: Blacks in Bondage, Vol. I.

Mona: U.W.I., 1980. HT 1091 H37

HARTSINCK, J.J.

The Story of the Slave Rebellion in Berbice. 1763. Amsterdam,1770.

Comparisoa between the History of Maroon Communities in

DE GROOT, Silvia. '?

Surinam and Jamaica." in Out of the House of Bondage: Runaways. Resistaace and Marronage in Africa and the New World.

JAMES, C.L.R. The Black Jacobins. Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San )ominga Revolution. London. Allison & Busby, 1980. MATHURIN, L. The Rebel Women in the British West Indies. Kingstoa: Institute of

Jamaica, 1975.

MCGOWAN, Winston. The Demerara Slave Revolt- 1823. Georgetown. The Free Press,

1998.

OTT, T.O. F. The Haitian Revolution. New Havec Yale University Press, 1966.F1923

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PRICE, R. Maroon Societies. Rebel Slave Communities in the Americas. New York:

Anchor Books, 1973.

Guiaaa Maroons. Baltimore: John Hopkins University, 1 976.

THOMPSON, Alvin. Guiana Maroons: Some Aspects of Slave Desertion in G::iana,

1750-1814. Georgetown: The Free Press, 1998. Some Aspects of Slave Desertion in Guiana- 1750-1814. Cave Hill:

ISER" 1976.

The Berbice Slave Revolt- 1763. Georgetown: The Free press,

1998.

ABOLITION AND EMANCIPATION

BIJRN, W.L. Emancipation and Apprenticeship in the British West Indies. London:

Johnson Reprint, 1937.

CRATON, Michael. Empire. Enslavement and {reedom in the Caribbean. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 1997.

DAVY, J. The West Indies before ald since Slave Emancipation. London: Frank Cass,

1971.

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DRESCFIER, S. Econocide: British Slavery in the Era of Abolition. Pittsburg: University

of Pittsburg, 1977 .

FILLER" L. The Crusade against Slavery 1830-1860. New York: Harper & Row, 1980.

GREEN, W.A. British Slave Emancip*h. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976.

HOLT, Thomas. The Problem of Freedom. Kingston: Ian Randle,1992.

MATHIESON, W.L. British Slavery and its Abolition. 1823-1849. London: Octagon,

1967. HTl091 M32.

British Slave Emancipation, 1838-1849. New York Octagon,1967. MELLO& G.R. British Imperial Trusteeship. 1783-1850. London, 1951. NETTLEFORD, Rex. (ed.). Apprenticeship and Emancipation. Mona: U.W.I., 19- PORTER" D. The Abolition ofthe Slave Trade in England. 1784-1807. New York:

Archon Books, 1970.

RAGATZ, L.J. The Fall of the Planter Class in the British Caribbearl 1763-1833. New

York: Octagon, 1963. HC157 88 R3 \ryALVIN, J. (ed.). Slavery and British Society. 1776-1846. London: Macmillan, 1982. WILLIAMS, E. Capitalism and Slavery. London: Andre Deutsch, 1964. WYNDHAIvI, H.A. The Atlaatic and Emancipatica. London: Oxford University Press,

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