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A Jamaican Plantation: The History of Worthy Park, 1670-1970 [Paperback]

Michael Craton , James Walvin

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1 Jan 2012
A history of Worthy Park, a Jamaican plantation town in the Lluidas Vale, known for its sugar cane production.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Jamaica Warts & All 1 Jan 2014
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Fascinating and a companion to In Miserable Slavery...here we track the 'black & white' lineage (rather like Jamaica's equivalent of the story of the Thomas Jefferson family, except much of the 'brown' side wanted nothing to do with the research for this book). A real, well researched & 'unpretty' picture of an extant Jamaican family and their estate up till around 1973...with some 'modification' they continue on today & put it this way...if the book weren't the truth libel might be in the offing...Well done, if you really want to understand Jamaica today....
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