Slavery without sugar : diversity in Caribbean economy and society since the 17th century / edited by Verene A. Shepherd.
University Press of Florida,
Table of Contents:
- Indigo and slavery in Saint Domingue / David Geggus
- Timber extraction and the shaping of enslaved people's culture in Belize / O. Nigel Bolland
- The internal economy of Jamican pens, 1760-1890 / B.W. Higman
- Pen-keepers and coffee farmers in a sugar-plantation society / Verene A. Shepherd and Kathleen E.A. Monteith
- Coffee and the "poorer sort of people" in Jamaica during the period of African enslavement / S.D. Smith
- Slavery and cotton culture in the Bahamas / Gail Saunders
- State enslavement in colonial Havana, 1763-1790 / Evelyn Powell Jennings
- The urban context of the life of the enslaved: views from Bridgetown, Barbados, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Pedro L.V. Welch
- Freedom without liberty: free Blacks in the Barbados slave system / Hilary McD. Beckles
- The free colored population in Cuba during the nineteenth century / Franklin W. Knight
- "Quién trabajará?": domestics, urban enslaved workers, and the abolition of slavery in Puerto Rico / Félix V. Matos Rodríguez.