Between Black and White: Race, Politics, and the Free Coloreds in Jamaica, 1792-1865

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Greenwood Press, 1981 - Social Science - 231 pages
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The complex story of the rise and fall of the colored class in Jamaican politics is examined in this important contribution to the history of the Caribbean.

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Estimates of the Population in Jamaica 17681844
The Free Population in Four Jamaican Parishes 1812
The Free Coloreds as Loyal Petitioners 17921823

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