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Slave population and economy in Jamaica, 1807-1834B. W. Higman 1995 © University of the West Indies Press
"First published in 1976 (see HLAS 40:2983), work is a masterful analysis of the dynamics of slave labor in the economic growth of early-19th-century Jamaica. Discusses various characteristics of slave and free-colored population including mortality, birth rates, manumission, distribution, and structure, as well as jobs performed on island as a whole. Contains excellent statistical tables and new introduction by author"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58
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