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Title Mr Froude's Negrophobia
Author(s) Darnell Davis, N
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1888
Document Type Report
Place of Publication Demerara
Publisher The "Argosy" Press.
Library Cambridge University Library
Reference 7m
Region Central America and the Caribbean
Names James Anthony Froude, Sir Graham Briggs (pp8-9), Captain Spencer Churchill (p9), Sir Henry Norman, Governor of Jamaica (pp22-25, 42-44)
Places West Indies, Barbados (pp2-3, 7, 27, 29), Trinidad (p5), Dominica (p9), Martinique (p15), Jamaica (pp15-21, 27), Cuba (p15), Grenada (pp36, 39), Hayti, Haiti (pp37-38)
Topics travel writing, race, "Negrophobia", history of the English in the West Indies (p2), condition of the British West Indies (p3), observations of the inhabitants, tax (p6), shipping (p7), Board of Trade (p8), plantation (pp12, 18-19), coffee (p12), exports (p15), French Sugar Colonies (p15), Sugar Estate (p18), sugar mills (pp19-20), Irish Question (p18), Bounty System (p21), newspapers (p26), franchise, Franchise Act (p31), slavery, slave trade (pp33-34), slaves (pp33, 38-39), abolition (pp33-34), cannibalism (p34), education, schoolmaster (pp35, 40), missionaries (p34), prejudice (p37), inter-racial marriage, intermarriage (p36), barbarism (pp38, 41)
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