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Title Jamaican material in the Slebech papers from the National Library of Wales and Pembrokeshire Record Office / introduction to the microfilm collection by Kenneth Morgan.
Publication Info East Ardsley : Microform Academic Publishers, 2004.


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  F 1884 J2  Reels 1-12  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Descript 12 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note R50000.
Reel cases have R5000 on label.
Contents This collection comprises a careful selection of documents from the extensive Slebech Estate archives now held in the National Library of Wales and the Pembrokeshire Record Office. They relate chiefly to the interests of Nathaniel Phillips, 1733-1813, in the West Indies. The collection represents a major resource for research into the social and economic history of West Indies, slavery, plantations and trade. An introduction by Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University, accompanies the papers.
ISBN 1851170812
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Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Plantations -- Jamaica.
Plantation owners -- Jamaica -- Sources.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Slave trade -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Alt author Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Morgan, Kenneth, 1953-
National Library of Wales.
Pembrokeshire Record Office.
Descript 12 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note R50000.
Reel cases have R5000 on label.
Contents This collection comprises a careful selection of documents from the extensive Slebech Estate archives now held in the National Library of Wales and the Pembrokeshire Record Office. They relate chiefly to the interests of Nathaniel Phillips, 1733-1813, in the West Indies. The collection represents a major resource for research into the social and economic history of West Indies, slavery, plantations and trade. An introduction by Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University, accompanies the papers.
ISBN 1851170812
Series British records relating to America in microform
Subject Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Plantations -- Jamaica.
Plantation owners -- Jamaica -- Sources.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Slave trade -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Alt author Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Morgan, Kenneth, 1953-
National Library of Wales.
Pembrokeshire Record Office.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  F 1884 J2  Reels 1-12  UNTIL CLOSING  ASK AT DEPT

Subject Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Plantations -- Jamaica.
Plantation owners -- Jamaica -- Sources.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Plantation life -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Slave trade -- Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Slavery -- Jamaica -- History -- Sources.
Jamaica -- History -- 18th century.
Descript 12 microfilm reels ; + printed guide.
Note R50000.
Reel cases have R5000 on label.
Contents This collection comprises a careful selection of documents from the extensive Slebech Estate archives now held in the National Library of Wales and the Pembrokeshire Record Office. They relate chiefly to the interests of Nathaniel Phillips, 1733-1813, in the West Indies. The collection represents a major resource for research into the social and economic history of West Indies, slavery, plantations and trade. An introduction by Professor Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University, accompanies the papers.
Alt author Phillips, Nathaniel, 1733-1813.
Morgan, Kenneth, 1953-
National Library of Wales.
Pembrokeshire Record Office.
ISBN 1851170812

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