A Journey Through Our History: The Story of the Jamaican People in Leeds the Work of the Jamaica Society (Leeds) ePub download
by Maureen Baker
- ISBN: 0954627903
- ISBN13: 978-0954627904
- ePub: 1752 kb | FB2: 1904 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: The Jamaica Society (Leeds) (October 2003)
- Pages: 216
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 233
- Format: lrf mobi rtf lit
A journey through our history. Published 2003 by Jamaica Society (Leeds) in Leeds. Prefer the physical book?
A journey through our history. the story of the Jamaican people in Leeds & the work of the Jamaica Society (Leeds). Emigration and immigration, History, Jamaica Society (Leeds), Jamaicans, Social conditions, Social life and customs. England, Jamaica, Leeds, Leeds (England). Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
Template:History of Jamaika The Caribbean island of Jamaica was inhabited by the Arawak tribes prior to the arrival of Columbus in 1494. Early inhabitants of Jamaica named the land "Xaymaca", meaning "Land of wood and water". The Spanish enslaved the Arawaks, who were so ravaged by their conflict with the Europeans and by foreign diseases that nearly the entire native population was extinct by 1600. The Spanish also transported hundreds of West African slaves to the island.
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Charting the journey of the Jamaican people from slavery and struggle through to emancipation and independence, this book should be read in conjunction with conventional history books to gain a comprehensive and balanced view of Jamaican history
Charting the journey of the Jamaican people from slavery and struggle through to emancipation and independence, this book should be read in conjunction with conventional history books to gain a comprehensive and balanced view of Jamaican history. Further reading will be required for those wishing to understand modern Jamaica, but the authors do an excellent job of presenting an often under-represented aspect of Jamaican history. The Story of the Jamaican People by Philip Sherlock and Hazel Bennett. The Dead Yard: A Story of Modern Jamaica.
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