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by Vijaya Teelock

eBook A select guide to sources on slavery in Mauritius ;: And, Slaves speak out : the testimony of slaves in the era of sugar download ISBN: 999039041X
Author: Vijaya Teelock
Publisher: African Cultural Centre (1995)
Language: English
Pages: 89
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A select guide to sources on slavery in Mauritius: and, Slaves speak out: the testimony of slaves in the era of sugar. Indentured Labour in the Indian Ocean and the Creation of New Societies. African cultural centre, 1995. Bitter Sugar: Sugar and Slavery in 19th Century Mauritius (Moka, Mauritius: Mahatma Gandhi Institute). The Indian Ocean: Oceanic Connections and the Creation of New Societies, 2014. Archives nationales de France, fonds Colonies C4 Ile de France: selected guide to sources. University of Mauritius, 2011.

UN books and periodicals on various African countries are an additional asset to the present collection. Books and magazines may be consulted free. Forbidden Freedom’: The Life Experience of the Liberated Africans in 19th Century Mauritius during the Slavery Era (1811-1839) by Satyendra Peerthum, Stéphan Karghoo, Rajsri Devi Chedee and Ashvinah Kanoosingh.

54 Teelock, VA Select Guide to the Sources on Slavery in Mauritius and Slaves Speak Out: The Testimony of Slaves in the Era of Sugar (1995, African Cultural Centre, Bell Village). 55 James, CLRThe Black Jacobins (1963, Vintage Books) at 81. More widely, see chaps 3 and 4, 62–117.

and, Slaves speak out : the testimony of slaves in the era of sugar. In commemoration of the 160th anniversary of the abolition of slavery. Published 1995 by African Cultural Centre in Bell Village, Mauritius. Slavery, History, Bibliography. Select guide to sources on slavery in Mauritius ; and, Slaves speak out, Slaves speak out. Classifications.

Bitter Sugar: Sugar and Slavery in 19th Century Mauritius. The extent of the bias appears to be small for adult slaves but not for children; those listed on the manifests were taller than the general population of a comparable age. View.

Slavery in ancient Rome played an important role in society and the economy. Besides manual labor, slaves performed many domestic services, and might be employed at highly skilled jobs and professions. Slaves of Greek origin in particular might be highly educated. Unskilled slaves, or those sentenced to slavery as punishment, worked on farms, in mines, and at mills.

Sources of slavery la. Slave imports to the islands of the Caribbean began in the early 16th century. Initially the islands often were settled as well by numerous indentured labourers and other Europeans, but following the triumph after 1645 of the sugar revolution (initially undertaken because superior Virginia tobacco had left the Barbadian planters with nothing to sell) and after the nature of the disease climate became known to Europeans, they came to be inhabited almost exclusively by imported African slaves.

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