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Title England and Her Subject-Races: with special reference to Jamaica
Author(s) Roundell, Charles Savile
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1866
Document Type Report
Place of Publication London
Publisher MacMillan & Co
Library Cambridge University Library
Reference 73/1
Region Australasia, North America, South Asia, Europe
Names Captain Cook (p4), Captain Burton (p21), Sir Samuel Baker (p21), Dr Livingstone (p21), Sir Benjamin Pine (p22)
Places Australia (pp3-4), Tasmania (p4), Newfoundland (p4), Caribbean, Trinidad (p4), West Indies (pp4, 7, 17, 20), Jamaica (pp7, 18-21, 25-35), Barbados (p20), Trinidad (p26), British Guiana (p26), Mauritius (p26), Asia, China (p4), Japan (p4), India (pp4, 18-19), Russia (p20), Ireland (p6)
Topics indigenous peoples (pp3-4), interaction between Europeans and indigenous people (p4), Dublin University Magazine (p6), native Irish, physical description (p6), cerebral development (p7), slaves (pp7, 26), slavery (pp24-25, 29, 37), abolition, emancipation (pp26, 29-30, 39), sugar colonies (pp26, 30), physical defects (p8), alcohol (p9), weapons, firearms (p9), health and disease, disease (p9), social influence (p12), customs (p14), British influence (p15), 'Indian mutiny' (pp18-19), martial law (p18), inferiority (p24), regulation of indigenous settlements (p32), medical supervision (p32), education (p33), administration (p34), economy (p34), trade, imports (p35), sugar estates (p36)
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