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Title Records of the Jamaican Prospect Estate.
Publication Info East Ardsley : Microform Academic Publishers, c2004.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  F 1884 R3  1 reel plus printed guide  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Descript 1 microfilm reel ; + printed guide.
Note R97615.
These ledgers, deposited in the archives of Barclays Bank, provide an insight into the accounts of a Jamaican sugar planation in the 50 years leading up to the abolition of slavery in the West Indies in 1838. Revenues from sugar and rum are balanced against production costs, with detailed breakdowns of net gains and losses, including among the plantation's 400-strong slave population.
Includes printed guide by Simon D. Smith.
ISBN 185117074X
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Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Plantations -- Jamaica.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Prospect Estate (Jamaica)
Alt author Smith, S. D. (Simon David), 1964-
Descript 1 microfilm reel ; + printed guide.
Note R97615.
These ledgers, deposited in the archives of Barclays Bank, provide an insight into the accounts of a Jamaican sugar planation in the 50 years leading up to the abolition of slavery in the West Indies in 1838. Revenues from sugar and rum are balanced against production costs, with detailed breakdowns of net gains and losses, including among the plantation's 400-strong slave population.
Includes printed guide by Simon D. Smith.
ISBN 185117074X
Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Plantations -- Jamaica.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Prospect Estate (Jamaica)
Alt author Smith, S. D. (Simon David), 1964-
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  F 1884 R3  1 reel plus printed guide  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Subject Plantations -- Jamaica.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Prospect Estate (Jamaica)
Descript 1 microfilm reel ; + printed guide.
Note R97615.
These ledgers, deposited in the archives of Barclays Bank, provide an insight into the accounts of a Jamaican sugar planation in the 50 years leading up to the abolition of slavery in the West Indies in 1838. Revenues from sugar and rum are balanced against production costs, with detailed breakdowns of net gains and losses, including among the plantation's 400-strong slave population.
Includes printed guide by Simon D. Smith.
Alt author Smith, S. D. (Simon David), 1964-
ISBN 185117074X

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