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by Professor Walton Look Lai

eBook Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar: Chinese and Indian Migrants to the British West Indies, 1838-1918 (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) ePub
Author: Professor Walton Look Lai
Language: English
ISBN: 0801844657
ISBN13: 978-0801844652
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (October 1, 1993)
Pages: 400
Category: Anthropology
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.3
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In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration and the indenture system in the entire British West Indies―with particular emphasis on the experiences o. .

In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration and the indenture system in the entire British West Indies―with particular emphasis on the experiences of indentured laborers in the major receiving colonies of British Guyana.

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1 For a succinct overview of these migration streams, see Emmer, P. Immigration into the Caribbean: The Introduction of Chinese and East Indian Indentured Laborers between 1839 and 1917, in Emmer, P. C. and Mörner, M. (eds), European Expansion and Migration: Essays on the Intercontinental Migration from Africa, Asia, and Europe (New York and Oxford, 1992), pp.

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In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration . Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar : Chinese and Indian Migrants to the British West Indies, 1838-1918.

In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration and the indenture system in the entire British West.

Chinese and Indian Migrants to the British West Indies, 1838-1918

Chinese and Indian Migrants to the British West Indies, 1838-1918. Walton Look Lai. In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration and the indenture system in the entire British West Indies-with particular emphasis on the experiences of indentured laborers in the major receiving colonies of British Guyana, Trinidad, and Jamaica.

International Labor and Working-class History, 1996. Download with Google. Walton Look Lai, Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar: Chinese and Indian Migrants to the British West Indies, 1838–1918. Download pdf. Close. By Walton Look Lai. Johns Hopkins University Press. International Labor and Working Class History. Should be required reading for Caribbeanists, scholars of Asian diasporas, and labor historians. New West Indian Guide.

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In Indentured Labor, Caribbean Sugar Walton Look Lai offers the first comprehensive study of Asian immigration and the indenture system in the entire British West Indies -- with particular emphasis on the experiences of indentured laborers in the major receiving colonies of British Guyana, Trinidad, and Jamaica. Exploring living and working conditions as well as the makeup of immigrant communities and their cultures, Look Lai offers a "dialectical pluralist" model of Caribbean acculturation that contrasts with the more familiar "melting pot" or "pure pluralist" model.

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THIS IS A TRUE STORY OF THE PEOPLES THAT CAME TO THE ISLAND,I AM AN EAST INDIAN AND I AM SO HAPPY THAT I FINALY CAN HAVE A BOOK THAT RELATES TO MY EAST INDIAN ANCESTORS.AND IF LUCK HAS ITS WAY,KNOW THE NAMES OF MY GREAT GREAT GRAND PARENTS THAT JOURNEYED ACROSS THE VAST SEAS TO MAKE A HOME IN THE WEST INDIES.
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