5 edition of A Jamaica Slave Plantation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|Publishers||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|LC Classifications||Nov 11, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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The name Mary Burton as a first or middle name is popular with this family line. Despite this, the Pennants' plantations were usually highly productive and profitable. The old Legislative Council and House of Assembly were replaced by a single Legislative Council, whose members were appointed by the British crown.
The English conceded defeat in 1739, ending the First Maroon War. Copy of a report on the case of Arcedekne v Beeston Long concerning slaves on Jamaican estates, February 1821.
The people taken were of African descent their job title was indentured servant. Pamphlets with observations on plantation life, negro slaves in Jamaica and property in the West Indies, c1761-1799. In any case, the Scribner's article notes that at the time of publication these cabins were located where mansions once stood; they were situated near the harbor, by King Street in Charleston.
Patrick had established himself as a merchant in Kingston. Kingston, Jamaica, 13 April 1771. It was destroyed during the slave revolt in 1831, but thankfully rebuilt in the 1950s. Wesley Johnson was elected chief of the newly formed Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana Choctaw Council at the May 1913 meeting.
Neighbouring towns to Clarendon include St Elizabeth A Jamaica Slave Plantation Ann. Most of the former slaves were happier settling in the hills or on their old provision grounds and living a life of subsistence on the rich agricultural land than working on sugar plantations.
BBC World Service Podcast In 1831, Jamaica experienced what is considered one of the largest, longest and most influential slave rebellions of the three emancipation era revolts in the British Caribbean.
The 1816 rebellion plot, was according to Lewis 1834:227—28 , carried out by only people of "Eboe" origin.
Barbados being a much smaller island with much of the island already cultivated, saw a drop in slave population as smaller and less successful plantations folded.