Product Description authority “Frank Moya Pons,” the “in the history of the Dominican Republic, has written a classic …. Moya Pons delights us with a thorough survey of developments in the entire Caribbean mosaic, and this is great force. So is the exhaustive bibliographic essay at the back of the book. “- New West Indian Guide” a very good read, historically sound, in fact loaded and well written. I literally could not put it down until I finished . ‘- Hispanic Outlook “excellent bibliographical essay.” – Choice magazine Since the arrival of the first Europeans in the region until the 1930s, plantations – building their fortunes in sugar and to a lesser extent on cotton, indigo, snuff, coffee, and bananas – Brough . . . More>>

History of the Caribbean: Plantations, Trade, and War in the Atlantic World

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