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The Journal of Caribbean History    (Publication Information)
ISSN: 00472263
Publisher: University of the West Indies, Department of History and Philosophy.
54:1 2020
53:2 2019
53:1 2019
52:2 2018
52:1 2018
51:1 2017
50:2 2016
50:1 2016
49:2 2015
49:1 2015
48:1/2 2014
47:2 2013
47:1 2013
46:2 2012
46:1 2012
45:2 2011
45:1 2011
44:2 2010
44:1 2010
43:2 2009
43:1 2009
42:2 2008
42:1 2008
1. Intra-American and Caribbean Destinations and Transit Points for the Slave Trade
Author: Welch, Pedro
IIBP Number: [211103828]
p. 46-VIII
2. Changing Metropolitan Attitudes to the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Author: Cobley, Alan
IIBP Number: [211143435]
p. 91-VIII
3. Message from the Department of History and Archaeology at the Mona Campus
Author: Hinds, Allister
IIBP Number: [211103238]
p. X,XI,XII
4. Table of contents
Author: Anonymous
IIBP Number: [211103745]
p. VII
5. Women and the Abolition Campaign in the African Atlantic
Author: Shepherd, Verene
IIBP Number: [211112254]
p. 131-VIII
6. Why an Atlantic Slave Trade?
Author: Fergus, Claudius
IIBP Number: [211115854]
p. 1-VIII
7. The African Maafa: The Impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade on Western Africa
Author: Thompson, Alvin
IIBP Number: [211116014]
p. 67-VIII
8. The Slave Trade from the British Cameroons Area of the Nigerian Hinterland: Some Historical and Historiographical Issues
Author: Goodridge, Richard
IIBP Number: [211117640]
p. 22-VIII
9. Credits
Author: Anonymous
IIBP Number: [211120483]
p. III
10. Amazing Grace?: Revisiting the Issue of the Abolitionists
Author: Cateau, Heather
IIBP Number: [211120550]
p. 111-VIII
41:1/2 2007
40:2 2006
40:1 2006
39:2 2005
39:1 2005
38:2 2004
38:1 2004
37:2 2003
37:1 2003
36:2 2002
36:1 2002
35:2 2001
35:1 2001
34:1/2 2000