Post War Caribbean Migration to Britain: The Unfinished Cycle
This book presents the first study of Caribbean migration to Britain which examines, in turn, the out migration from the Caribbean, settlement in Britain and the return element of the migration cycle.
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Caribbean migration from Emancipation
The organisation of unrecruited migration from the Caribbean
the national scale and
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accommodation agricultural allocated areas arrival Asian Barbados British British Guiana Caribbean migrants Caribbean population child city terrace colonies council housing Cullingworth destination division of labour Dominican Republic East Knighton economic employment England Evington experience factors farming female Fieldwork Figure friends goals Highfields housing sector immigrants income industry inner city interview investment island Jamaica Kitts labour force labour migration land landlords Leeward Islands Leicester Nevisians living lodging house majority male migrant labour migrants in Leicester migration process migration to Britain move movement NCWP Netherlands Antilles Nevisian households Nevisian migrants non-migrants numbers occupation option owner occupiers parents Peach percent period plantation planters post-war proportion purchased recruitment relatives remained rented result return migration return to Nevis Rex and Moore role sample social network Source Spinney Hill St.Kitts strategies structure Table tenants terrace house wages ward West Indian women workers
Social and Economic Studies, Volume 49, Issue 4
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