Slaves and Livestock in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica . - JstorLikewise, in describing the costs of establishing a Jamaican sugar plantation, Bryan Edwards, a late eighteenth-century historian of the. British islands, succinctly.18th century sugar plantation,Sugar and Slaves - Annenberg LearnerBy the fourteenth century, the growing demand for sugar led first to cane .. reliance on slavery was so complete that by the eighteenth century Africans.A Sugar Plantation on Saint-Domingue in the Eighteenth-Century .A Sugar Plantation on Saint-Domingue in the Eighteenth-Century: White Altitudes Towards the Slave Trade. Robert Forster. The Johns Hopkins University.
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