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The Wealth of Jamaica in the Eighteenth Century
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Doctors and Slaves: Index
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The British Credit Crisis of 1772 and The American Colonies
Few stones have remained unturned in an effort to reconstruct Anglo-American history in the critical years from the Treaty of Paris in 1763 to the outbreak of the Revolution in 1775. Much has beenExpand
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Single strand breakage and repair in eukaryotic DNA as assayed by S1 nuclease.
A sensitive new approach for measuring the repair of single strand breaks in DNA induced by low doses of gamma irradiation was tested in cultured fibroblasts from Chinese hamster lung, humanExpand
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The crisis of slave subsistence in the British West Indies during and after the American Revolution.
  • R. Sheridan
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The William and Mary quarterly
  • 1 October 1976
tT HE sharp reduction of trade between the United States and the British West Indies during and after the American Revolution had far-reaching consequences. Before the Revolution the resources of theExpand
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Doctors and Slaves: A Medical and Demographic History of Slavery in the British West Indies, 1680-1834
1. The disease environments and epidemiology 2. The medical profession 3. African and Afro-West Indian medicine 4. The Guinea surgeons 5. Slaves and plantations 6. Labour, diet, and punishment 7.Expand
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The Guinea surgeons on the middle passage: the provision of medical services in the British slave trade.
  • R. Sheridan
  • History, Medicine
  • The International journal of African historical…
  • 1981
treated sick and ailing slaves under conditions that were abominable by any standard. They were intimately involved with the miserable wretches who were crowded together in dark, hot, and stinkingExpand
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Samuel Martin, innovating sugar Planter of Antigua, 1750-1776.
the history of tropical agriculture, and that among the exportable staples of the region, cane sugar has been king. Though recent decades have witnessed a growing literature on the nature andExpand
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