Written by Robert Renny, this book offers a fascinating look at the history and culture of Jamaica. Topics covered include the island’s natural resources, the slave trade, and the indigenous population. The book also provides an illuminating look at what Jamaica might look like after the abolition of the slave trade. This is an essential read for anyone interested in Caribbean history and culture.
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