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Five years" residence in the West Indies

Charles William Day

Five years" residence in the West Indies

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Published by Colburn in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • West Indies -- Description and travel.

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    Statementby Charles William Day. Vol.2.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 318p. :
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18976070M

    Five years in the West Indies Vol. I& II/ C. W. Day A Winter in the West Indies/ J. Gurney 12 Months Residence in the West Indies Vol. I/ M.D. Wadden The West Indies and the Spanish Main/ A. Trollope The W.I. Before and since Slave Emancipation: Comprising the Windward & Leeward Island Military. During his travels he took care to document the places and people that he saw, and upon his return to England he wrote his book 'Five Years Residence in the West Indies', which was published in in two volumes by Colburn & Co., London. Some of the drawings from the collection on offer here were engraved to illustrate this book. This selection policy has resulted in the West Indies fielding an under-strength team in Test and One-Day matches consistently over the last five years and is a major reason for the dismal performance of the team in these formats over said period. The President of Cricket West Indies, Dave Cameron has also publicly disparaged players on more. This British occupation of the Danish West Indies lasted until 20 November , when Britain returned the islands to Denmark. By the s the Danish West Indies had a total population of about 41, people; the government of the islands were under a governor-general, whose jurisdiction extended to the other Danish colonies of the amstrad.funl: Charlotte Amalie (– and –), .

    For nearly years, Saint Croix, St. Thomas and St. John were known as the Danish West Indies. By the mid to late 18th century, "at the peak of the plantation economy, the enslaved population of Saint Croix numbered between 18, and 20,, the white population ranging between 1, and 2,".Location: Caribbean Sea.


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