The definitive collection of primary source documentation to explore life under British colonial rule. This extensive digital resource covers three centuries of Caribbean history. Drawn from the vast archives of the British Colonial Office, this is simply an essential resource for all students and researchers of the Caribbean and British colonial rule. This enormous range of unique primary sources covers British governance of 25 islands in the Caribbean from 1624–1872, meeting teaching and research needs across a wide variety of themes, from settlement and colonial rivalries in the region, to the economics of the plantation systems and the impact of slavery, to crime and punishment and the everyday lives of the people that called the islands home. FSU has access to Module I: Settlement, Slavery, and Empire, 1624–1832
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