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CLARENDON, Edward Hyde, Lord - [English statesman and historian (1609-1674); styled 1st Earl of Clarendon. See: PL Kaye.]

 

CLARENDON, George William Frederick, Earl – [British statesman (1800-1870); styled 4th Earl of Clarendon; president of the Board of Trade, and later Foreign Secretary.]

 

CLARK, A, ed - Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica: Judgements, 1917-1932 . . . (Kingston) 556 pages, 1936. Law. Supreme Court. Jamaica. A collection of case reports. Supplements Braithwaite's "Judgements . . ." Scarce. Bay, New, Pat.

 

[CLARK, Benjamin C] - A Geographical Sketch of St Domingo, Cuba and Nicaragua . . . By a Traveller. (Boston, MA: Eastbourn's P) 35 pages 8vo pamph, 1850. Travel. Descriptive. Geography. Dominican Republic. Cuba. Nicaragua. Very scarce. Cu.W, LOC, Sab 13252, 26975.

 

CLARK, Benjamin C - A Plea for Hayti with a Glance at Her Relations with France, England and the United States for the Last Sixty Years. (Boston, MA: Eastburn’s P) 50 pages 8vo pamph, 1853 1st ed; (ibidem) 50 pages 8vo pamph, 1853 2nd ed; (ibidem) 50 pages pamph, 1853 3rd ed; (ibidem) 50 pages pamph, 1853 4th ed. International relations. France. England. United States. Haiti. 1st edition very scarce; other editions scarce. Bay, BL, Cu.W, Sab 13253, Tra.

 

CLARK, Benjamin C - Remarks upon the United States Intervention in Hayti with Comments upon the Correspondence connected with it. (Boston, MA: Eastbourn's P) 36 pages 8vo pamph, 1853. International relations. US intervention. United States. Haiti. Very scarce. Cu.W, LOC, Sab 13254, Tra.

 

CLARK, Benjamin Preston – New American Sphingidae. (Cambridge) 49 pages pamph, 1916. Wildlife. Sphingidae. Lepidoptera. Hawk moths. Caribbean area. Lag.

 

CLARK, Bori S - Trinidad Women Speak. (Redlands, CA: Libros Latinos) 71 pages, 1981. Sociology. Social welfare. Race relations. Gender studies. Women. Trinidad. Interviews focusing on questions of social conditions and race relations. Ch.T, Gos.

 

CLARK, Charles - A Summary of Colonial Law, The Practice of the Court of Appeals from the Plantations and of the Laws and their Administration in all the Colonies; with Charters of Justice, Orders in Council, Etc. (London: S Sweet, A Maxwell, & Stevens) viii,746 pages 22 cm, biblio, 1834. Law. Colonial administration. Courts of Appeal. British Empire. Caribbean area. Scarce. Bay, BL, Han, My.R, Pat, Rag, Sab 13260.

 

CLARK, Cumberland – The Crown Colonies and their History. (London: The Mitre P) 347 pages 8vo, 1 map, 1939. History. British Empire. Crown colonies. Caribbean area. BL, My.R.

 

CLARK, Dora Mal – [See: CLARKE]

 

CLARK, E Phyllis - West Indian Cookery. (Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson) 302 pages hb, 1945; (ibidem) 1946; (ibidem) 1951; (ibidem) 1952; (ibidem) 196 pages pb, 1976 rev ed. Food. Nutrition. Caribbean area. A cookbook. LOC, Whi.

 

CLARK, GDN - Report on Land Registration in the Windward and Leeward Islands. (sl: Privately Printed) 26 pages pamph, [nd]. Law. Land use. Land titles. Windward Islands. Leeward Islands. Caribbean area. W&D.

 

CLARK, George D – Proposals for the formation of a West India Free Labour Company for effecting the abolition of slavery and affording equitable protection to the holders of colonial property without imposing a burthen upon the nation. (London: Published by J Tomlinson) pamph, 1833. Colonial administration. Slavery. Abolition. Free labour company. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

CLARK, Henry James - "Iere", The Land of the Humming Bird, Being a Sketch of the Island of Trinidad: Specially Written for the Trinidad Court of the World’s Fair, Chicago. (Port-of-Spain: Gov’t Printer) 96,xxxi pages 8vo, 1893. Descriptive. Trinidad. Includes a brief historical account. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, Rag.

 

CLARK, Henry James - Material and Moral Progress of Trinidad during the Last Fifty Years. (Port-of-Spain) 8 pages pamph, 1888. Descriptive. Economics. Trinidad. Very scarce. RES.

 

CLARK, Henry James - Trinidad, a Field for Emigration. A Sketch. (Port-of-Spain) 34 pages pamph, 1886. Colonial administration. Immigration. Trinidad. Written to encourage immigrants. Very scarce. Cu.W, RES.

 

CLARK, Henry James - Trinidad, A Handbook for the Use of Tourists and Visitors. (London) 1887. Travel. Descriptive. Trinidad. A guidebook for tourists. Very scarce. Rag.

 

CLARK, Henry James - [Government statistician, Trinidad. RES.]

 

CLARK, Henry James, ed – Census of the Colony of Trinidad, 1891. (Port-of-Spain: Gov’t Printer) 1 vol, tables, 1892. Demography. Trinidad. A census report. Very scarce. LOC.

 

CLARK, J - A Brief Account of the Settlements of the Emancipated Peasantry. (Birmingham) 1852. Colonial administration. Descriptive. Emancipated peasantry. Caribbean area. Very scarce.

 

CLARK, James - A Treatise on the Yellow Fever as it appeared in the Island of Dominica, in the Years 1793, 4, 5, 6: to which are added, Observations on the Bilious Remittent Fever, on the Intermittents, Dysentery, and some other West India Diseases; also the chemical analysis and medical properties of the hot mineral waters in the same island. (London: J Murray & S Highley) vi,168 pages 8vo, 1797. Health. Yellow Fever. Dysentery. Dominica. Bilious remittent fever is falciparum malaria; also discusses typhus, dry belly-ache, cholera, and tetanus. Interesting for its medical information about the great plague years but offers little other detail about island life. By a British colonial planter and physician (?-1819); served in Dominica, 1781-96, and 1804-18. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, DNB, LOC, My.D, My.R, Sab 13301.

 

CLARK, James - . . . The Sanitive Influences of Climate . . . From the Third London Edition. (Philadelphia: A Waldie) 96 pages 8vo, 1841. Health. Sanitation. Climate. Descriptive. Caribbean area. By a British court physician (1799-1870). Very scarce. Sab 13302.

 

CLARK, James Alan - The Church and the Crisis in the Dominican Republic. (Westminster, Md: Newman P) xxvii,265 pages, ills, photos, 1967. International relations. Politics. Church. Religion. US intervention, 1965. Dominican Republic. By a Rhode Island teacher and author (1929-2011). LOC.

 

CLARK, James Hyde - Cuba and the Fight for Freedom: A Powerful and Thrilling History of the “Queen of the Antilles.” (Philadelphia: Globe Bible Publishing) 512 pages 20 cm hb, 32 ills, 1 folding map, 1896. International relations. Military. Ten Years’ War for Independence, 1868-1878. Spain. Cuba. The struggle for independence from Spain. Scarce. Bay, BL.

 

CLARK, John, and Walter DENDY, and James M PHILLIPPO - The Voice of Jubilee. A Narrative of the Baptist Mission, Jamaica, from its Commencement; with Biographical Notices of its Fathers and Founders. (London: J Snow) xx,359 pages post 8vo, 1865. Church. Religion. Baptists. Jamaica. A history of the mission opened in 1814. Scarce. BL, Cu.J, LOC, Rag, Sab 13312.

 

CLARK, John R, ed - Coasts. Coastal Resources Management: Development Case Studies. (Columbia, SC: Research Planning Institute Inc) 749 pages pb, 1985. Conservation. Coastal management. Marine resources. Caribbean area. By a US geologist (1927-2010); the 'grand old man of integrated coastal zone management' in the United States.

 

CLARK, Juan M - Religious Repression in Cuba. (Coral Gables: U of Miami, Center for the Cuban Studies Project of the Institute of Interamerican Studies) 115 pages pb, 1986. Church. Religion. Human rights. Repression. Cuba. Gos, LOC.

 

CLARK, Juan M, and Angel DE FANA, and Amaya SANCHEZ - Human Rights in Cuba: An Experiential Perspective. (Miami: Saeta Ediciones) 100 pages pb, biblio, 1991. Law. Human rights. Cuba. Bow, Gos, LOC, Stu.

 

CLARK, S - Water Legislation and Administration: St Vincent and the Grenadines. Final Report . . . (Rome: FAO) 1989. Law. Statutes. Public water supply. St Vincent & the Grenadines. A technical assistance report.

 

CLARK, Steve – Grenada: A Workers’ and Farmers’ Government with a Revolutionary Proletarian Leadership. (New York: Pathfinder P) 36 pages pamph, ills, [1980]. Politics. Revolution. Grenada. Author (1948-). LOC.

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer – All the Best in Bermuda, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. (New York: Dodd, Mead) 1965. Travel. Descriptive. Bermuda. Bahamas. Puerto Rico. St Croix. St Thomas. St John. United States Virgin Islands. A guidebook for tourists. LOC.

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer – All the Best in the Caribbean. (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co) vii,251 pages 8vo hb, 13 photos, maps, 1948; (ibidem) li,251 pages 21 cm hb, plates, maps, 1954; (ibidem) 1956; (ibidem) 1959; (ibidem) 470 pages, ills, maps, 1960; (ibidem) 470 pages, ills, maps, 1969. Travel. Descriptive. Caribbean area. A guidebook for tourists. For the 1972 7th edition, see below. BL, Co.C, Com, Lag, LOC, Viv.

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer – All the Best in Cuba. (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co) x,235 pages 8vo hb, 10 photos, maps, 1946; (ibidem) xx,235 pages, ills, maps, 1954; (ibidem) 235 pages, ills, maps, 1956; (ibidem) 470 pages, ills, 1960. Travel. Descriptive. Cuba. A guidebook for tourists. BL.

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer – Cuban Tapestry. (New York: RM McBride & Co) x,289 pages 8vo, frontis, plates, 1939. Travel. Descriptive. Cuba. A travelogue. BL, LOC, Stu.

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer – [US travel writer (1890-1975). LOC.]

 

CLARK, Sydney Aylmer, and Margaret ZELLERS – All the Best in the Caribbean, Including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co) 420 pages, ills, 1972 7th ed. Travel. Descriptive. Caribbean area. A guidebook for tourists. For earlier editions see above. Com, LOC, My.R, Viv.

 

CLARK, Thomas - Observations on the nature and cure of fevers, and of diseases of the West and East Indies, and of America. (Edinburgh and London: Bell & Bradfute) xvi,257 pages 8vo, 1801. Health. Diseases. Fevers. Caribbean area. Contains virtually no non-medical observations. See also W Grant. By a British army surgeon who spent time in the WI. Very scarce. BL, Ha.S.

 

CLARK, Truman R - Puerto Rico and the United States, 1917-1933. (Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, Pitt LA Series. London: Feffer & Simons) xv,238 pages 21 cm hb, 1 ill, biblio, index, 1975. Colonial administration. United States. Puerto Rico. An excellent introduction, supplemented by the Bhana study. By a US academic (1935-); professor of history at Tomball College, Texas. BL, Cev, LOC.

 

CLARK, Victor Selden, ed - Porto Rico and its Problems: Report of the Survey Staff of the Brookings Institution. (Washington, DC: Brookings Institute Survey) xxxv,707 pages 24 cm royal 8vo hb, diagrams, tables, ills, plates, biblio, 1930; (New York: Arno P. Salem, NH: Ayer Co, PR Experience Series) xxxv,707 pages 24 cm, ills, biblio, 1975 rep. Colonial administration. Economics. Politics. Puerto Rico. Analyses rural and urban conditions, government organizations, public finance, external trade, public works, etc. The colonizers' view of Puerto Rico. By a US educator (1868-1946); the former commissioner of education in PR, and editor at the Brookings Institute. Bay, Bow, Cev, Cor, Gos, Gri, LOC, Viv.

 

CLARK, Wendell P - Report to the Government of Grenada on Opportunities for Development in Forest Industries. (St Georges: UNIDO) 20 pages pamph, 1976. Forestry. Grenada. A technical assistance report. Car.

 

CLARK, William - Ten Views of the Island of Antigua, in Which Are Represented the Process of Sugar Making, and the Employment of the Negroes . . . (London: Thomas Clay) 10 plates oblong folio, 1823. Descriptive. Antigua. A pictorial work. Superb plates accompanied by descriptions. An exceptionally scarce and valuable work. By the US army officer and explorer (1770-1838); of Lewis and Clark fame. Web page . BL, Cu.W, Rag.

 

CLARK, William Jared - Commercial Cuba. A Book for Businessmen. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons) xvii,514 pages, frontis, plates, 15 maps, folding maps, 1899; (London: Chapman & Hall, New York Printed) xvii,514 pages, frontis, plates, 15 maps, folding maps, 1899. Descriptive. Economics. Trade. Cuba. A guidebook for businesspersons. By a US author (1854-1922). Cu.W, LOC.

 

CLARK-HUNTE, Charles Guilding - St John's Parish. Barbados. Short Historical Sketch. (sl, [Bridgetown]) 24 pages pamph, 1907. Church. Religion. Anglicans. St John’s Parish. Barbados. Very scarce. Rag, RES.

 

CLARKE, Alfred McDonald - Lord Constantine and Sir Hugh Wooding. (St Mary’s Junction: HEM Publishers) 99 pages pamph, [nd]. Descriptive. Learie Constantine. Hugh Wooding. Trinidad. Collective biography. By the Trinidad-born poet, biographer, and barrister (1912-2001); first Poet Laureate of Port-of-Spain, 2000. Her, LOC.

 

CLARKE, Anthony – Calypso Netball in Trinidad and Tobago. (Port-of-Spain: By the Author) 158 pages 28 cm, ills, [ca 1994]. Sport. Netball. Trinidad. Tobago. LOC.

 

CLARKE, Austin Chesterfield - Growing up Stupid under the Union Jack . . . [An autobiographical novel about education in colonial Barbados. Sometimes mistakenly listed as non-fiction.]

 

CLARKE, Austin Chesterfield - A Passage Back Home: A Personal Reminiscence of Samuel Selvon. (Toronto: Exile Editions Ltd) 160 pages, 4 b&w photos, 1994. Descriptive. Samuel Selvon. Barbados. LOC.

 

CLARKE, Austin Chesterfield - Pig Tails in Breadfruit: Rituals of Slave Food. (Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers) 248 pages pb, 2000. Food. Nutrition. Slavery. Jamaica. A cookbook.

 

CLARKE, Austin Chesterfield - [Barbados-born Canadian academic, public servant, and author (1934-). See: S Algoo-Baksh. Dan, Her.]

 

CLARKE, CE – St Lucia: Financial and Actuarial Study of the National Provident Fund and the Proposed Social Security Scheme: Project Findings and Recommendations. (Geneva: ILO) 33 pages pamph, 1976. Social welfare. National provident funds. Social security schemes. St Lucia.

 

CLARKE, Charles Pitcher - The Constitutional Crisis of 1876 in Barbados. (Bridgetown: Barbados Herald P) 154 pages, 1896. Colonial administration. Constitutional. Integration. Public order. Federation Riots, 1876. Barbados. A collection of articles which previously appeared in the ‘Herald’ newspaper. Concerns the colonial attempt to federate with the Windward Islands. See also GA Goodman. By the A-G of Barbados (1857-1926). Very scarce. Bar, Bay, Cu.W, Pot.

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham - East Indians in a West Indian Town: San Fernando, Trinidad, 1930-1970. (London: Allen & Unwin, The London Research Series in Geography, No 12) 193 pages 25 cm hb, [4] pages of plates, maps, biblio, index, 1986. Sociology. East Indians. San Fernando. Trinidad. BL, LOC.

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham - Kingston, Jamaica: Urban Development and Social Change, 1692-1962. (Berkeley: U of California P, American Geographical Society Research Series, No 27) xi,270 pages 29 cm hb, [6] pages of plates, 86 maps, biblio, index, 1975. Town and country planning. Urban development. History. Geography. Kingston. Jamaica. An analysis of the city's growth. BL, Car, Com, Ing, Jor, LOC, W&D, Whi.

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham, ed - Caribbean Social Relations. (Liverpool: U of Liverpool, Centre for Latin American Studies) 95 pages 30 cm pb, ills, maps, biblio, 1978. Sociology. Social relations. Caribbean area. A collection of scholarly papers presented at a symposium held at the U of Liverpool in May, 1975. BL, Car, Ch.H, Ch.T, Gos, LOC, New, Whi.

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham, ed - Society and Politics in the Caribbean. (London: Macmillan Caribbean) 220 pages 22 cm, 12 ills, index, 1991. Sociology. Politics. Caribbean area. BL, Gos, LOC, Whi.

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham, and Alan Geoffrey HODGKISS - Jamaica in Maps: Graphic Perspectives of a Developing Country. (New York: Africana Publishing Co. London: U of London) 104 pages hb, 42 maps, biblio, 1974. Geography. Cartography. Education. Jamaica. A secondary school textbook. Com, Gos, Ing, LOC, Whi

 

CLARKE, Colin Graham – [British academic (1938-); professor of geography.]

 

CLARKE, Dora Mal - The Rise of the British Treasury: Colonial Administration in the 18th Century. (New Haven: Yale UP, Yale Historical Publications, No 20) x,249 pages 8vo, 1960; (Hamden, CT: Archon Books) x,249 pages, 1969 rep. Colonial administration. British Treasury. Caribbean area. Name of author cited by BL as Clark. BL, LOC.

 

CLARKE, Edith - My Mother who Fathered Me: A Study of the Family in Three Selected Communities in Jamaica. (London: George Allen & Unwin) 215 pages 8vo hb, tables, 1957 1st ed; (ibidem) xliv,228 pages 23 cm hb, tables, 1966 2nd ed; (ibidem) 228 pages 22 cm, tables, 1972 rep; (ibidem) 1979; (London: George Allen & Unwin. Mona: UWI, The Press) 1997 rep; (Cave Hill: UWI) lvi,274 pages 23 cm pb, 1999 rev ed. Sociology. Anthropology. Gender studies. Families. Jamaica. A classic study of kinship organization. By a Jamaican anthropologist (1896-1979). Bay, BL, Bob, Co.C, Com, Gos, Ing, LOC, Pat.

 

CLARKE, Frederick - Throne Speech by HE Sir Frederick Clarke, KB, on the Occasion of the Second Session of the House of Assembly, 4th January, 1968. (Castries: Gov't Printer) 8 pages pamph, 1968. Colonial administration. St Lucia. A speech. By the first St Lucia-born governor. Mom.

 

CLARKE, Gedney – [See: W Sandiford]

 

CLARKE, Henry – [Jamaican clergyman, teacher and social reformer (1825-1907). See: J Walvin. LOC.]

 

CLARKE, James Stanier - [British naval chaplain, naval historian, author and biographer (ca 1765-1834). DNB.]

 

CLARKE, James Stanier, and John MACARTHUR - The Life of Admiral Lord Nelson, KB, from his Lordship’s Manuscripts . . . (London: Printed by T Bensley for T Cadell & W Davies & W Miller) 2 vols, xli,375+511 pages 4to, 16 plates, 1809-1810; (ibidem) 3 vols, 8vo, [date?]; (London: Fisher, Son & Co) 3 vols, 526 pages 8vo, 15 plates, [1840]. Descriptive. Naval. Admiralty. Horatio Nelson. Caribbean area. A biography. The most adequate biography of its time, gives details of his service in the WI. The 1st edition contains a fine series of engravings. 1st edition very scarce. BL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13420.

 

CLARKE, John – Cricket with a Swing: The West Indies Tour, 1963. (London: Stanley Paul) 199 pages 8vo hb, 25 b&w photos, 1963. Sport. Cricket. Caribbean area. BL, Co.C, Com.

 

CLARKE, John – [British sports commentator.]

 

CLARKE, John, and Brian SCOVELL – Everything That’s Cricket: The West Indies Tour, 1966. (London: Stanley Paul) 192 pages 21 cm 8vo hb, 25 b&w photos, 1966. Sport. Cricket. Caribbean area. Foreword by Learie Constantine. BL, Com, LOC.

 

CLARKE, John - Memorials of Baptist Missionaries in Jamaica, including a sketch of the labours of the early religious instructors. (London: Yates & Alexander) xi,234 pages 8vo, 1869. Church. Religion. Baptists. Missionaries. Jamaica. Includes sketches on Moravians and Methodists. Scarce. BL, Cu.J, Rag, RES.

 

CLARKE, John - Memoir of Richard and Joseph Merrick, Missionaries in Jamaica. (London: BJ Green) 104 pages foolscap 8vo, 1850. Descriptive. Church. Religion. Baptists. Richard Merrick. Joseph Merrick. Jamaica. A biography. A sketch of the first mulatto native Jamaican Baptist workers. Scarce. BL, Rag, Sab 13426.

 

CLARKE, John - [Baptist missionary (1802-1879); served in Kingston.]

 

CLARKE, John Henrik – The Influence of African Cultural Continuity on the Slave Revolts in South America and in the Caribbean Islands. (Atlanta: Atlanta U, Center for African and African-American Studies, Occasional Paper, No 14) 39 pages pamph, 1973. Sociology. Culture. Slavery. Public order. Revolts. Rebellions. South America. Caribbean area. Com.

 

CLARKE, John Henrik, and Amy Jaques GARVEY, ed - Marcus Garvey and the Vision of Africa. (New York: Random House, Vintage Books) 496 pages, biblio, 1974. Politics. Race relations. Civil rights. Marcus Garvey. Jamaica. A reader showing Garvey in all his dimensions. Com, Gos, Ing, LOC.

 

CLARKE, John Henrik – [Pan-Africanist US historian(1915-1998); professor at Hunter College; web page.]

 

CLARKE, Laurence C, and D DANNS - The Financial Evolution of the Caribbean Community. (St Augustine: Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies) 634 pages hb, 1997; (ibidem) 634 pages pb, 1997. Banking. Finance. Integration. Caribbean area.

 

CLARKE, Laurence C, and Hyginus LEON, ed - Liquidity Management in Liberalizing Economies: Some Experiences from the Caribbean. (St Augustine: Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies) 78 pages pamph, 1996. Banking. Finance. Liquidity management. Caribbean area. LOC.

 

CLARKE, Laurence C, and MG ZEPHRIN, ed - Towards a Caribbean Economy in the Twenty-First Century: Essays in Honour of William G Demas. (St Augustine: Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies) 235 pages pb, 1997. Banking. Finance. William G Demas. Caribbean area.

 

CLARKE, Michael - Cane Variety Testing and Selection in Barbados. (Bridgetown: Ministry of Agriculture) 1976. Agriculture. Sugar. Technology. Barbados. An official government publication. Car.

 

CLARKE, Nicolas, and Tighe GEOGHEGAN - North Sound, Virgin Gorda: British Virgin Islands. (Road Town: BVI National Parks Trust, ECNAMP) 36 pages pamph, photos, 1 map, 1986. Descriptive. National parks. North Sound. Virgin Gorda. British Virgin Islands. Mol.

 

CLARKE, Nicolas, and Bertrand LETTSOME - Natural Resources of the British Virgin Islands. (Road Town: Laurel) 44 pages pamph, many ills, biblio, 1989. Descriptive. Natural resources. Tortola. British Virgin Islands. A collection of essays. Mol.

 

CLARKE, Peter Bernard - Black Paradise: The Rastafarian Movement. (Wellingborough: The Aquarian P) 112 pages pb, b&w ills, biblio, 1986; (San Bernardino, CA: Borgo P) 112 pages, 1988; (ibidem) 126 pages, ills, maps, [ca 1994]. Religion. Rastafarians. Migration. Caribbean area. Bow, Gos, LOC.

 

CLARKE, Reginald, and Shelby ROBERT, and E Graham GOODING, and James F STAECK - Agribusiness Opportunities in the East Caribbean and Belize. (Bridgetown: US Dep't of Agriculture/CDB) 1978. Agriculture. Agro-processing. Economics. Business development. Caribbean area. A technical assistance report. Car.

 

CLARKE, S St A - The Competitive Position of Jamaica's Agricultural Exports. (Mona: UWI, ISER) vi,156 pages 25 cm, 100 tables, 13 charts, 1962. Agriculture. Economics. Trade. Exports. Jamaica. Bay, BL, Co.C, Com, Ing, LOC, W&D, Wilk, Will.

 

CLARKE, Samuel - A True and Faithful Account of the Four Chiefest Plantations of the English in America. To Wit, of Virginia, New-England, Bermudus, Barbados: with the temperature of the air, the nature of the soil, the rivers, mountains, beasts, fowls, birds, fishes, trees, plants, fruits, etc as also, of the natives of Virginia, and New-England, their  religion, customs, fishing hunting, etc, collected by Samuel Clarke. (London: Printed for Robert Clavel, Thomas Passenger, William Cadman, William Whitwood, Thomas Sawbridge, and William Birch) 85 [ie, 91] pages folio pamph, 1670. Descriptive. America. Barbados. Bermuda. The description of Barbados is a rephrasing of Richard Ligon. Rare. Bar, Han, LOC, Pot, Sab 13450.

 

CLARKE, Sebastian - Jah Music: The Evolution of the Popular Jamaica Song. (London: Heinemann Educational) 216 pages pb, biblio, 1980; (ibidem) 1983. Performing arts. Music. Song. Jamaica. A historical outline. Author (1948-). Car, Ing.

 

[CLARKE, Simon Houghton] - Some Considerations on the Present Distressed State of the British West India Colonies, Their Claims on the Government for Relief, and the Advantage to the Nation in Supporting them Particularly against the Competition of East Indian Sugar. By a West Indian. (London: Printed for C&J Rivington) 63 pages 8vo pamph, 1823. Colonial administration. Economics. Trade. Caribbean area. The East/West India sugar dispute. Urges preferential duties for the WI colonies. By a Jamaican planter (1764-1832). Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, LOC, Rag, RES, Sab 57295, 86622.

 

CLARKE, Thomas – A letter to Mr Cobbett on his opinions respecting the slave-trade. (London: Printed for J Hatchard) pamph, 1806. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

CLARKE, Velta J – Aliens in a New Frontier: Caribbean Immigration into the United States and the Interchange of Human Resources, Opportunities, and Education. (Brooklyn, NY: Medgar Evers College, CRC) 103 pages, [ca 1994]. Sociology. Economics. Migration. United States. Caribbean area. LOC.

 

CLARKE, Velta J, and Bolarinde OBEBE, ed - Adjustment of Caribbean Immigrants in New York: Educational Dimensions. (Brooklyn, NY: Medgar Evers College) 56 pages pamph, biblio, 1989. Sociology. Race relations. Migration. New York. Caribbean area. LOC.

 

CLARKE, Velta J, and Emmanuel RIVIERE, ed – Establishing New Lives: Selected Readings on Caribbean Immigrants in New York City. (Brooklyn, NY: CUNY, Medgar Evers College, Caribbean Research Center) 1989. Migration. Sociology. New York City. Caribbean area.

 

CLARKE, Velta J, and Veronica UDEOGALANYA, ed - Adjustment of Caribbean Immigrants in New York: Social and Economic Dimensions. (Brooklyn, NY: Medgar Evers College) 92 pages pamph, biblio, 1989. Sociology. Race relations. Migration. New York. Caribbean area. LOC.

 

CLARKE, WC - Notes on the Geology and History of Dominica. (Berkeley: U of California P) 56 pages, biblio, 1962. Geology. History. Dominica. Bay, Pos.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament: Abridged from Clarkson; Together with a Brief View of the Present State of the Slave Trade and of Slavery. (Wilmington: Printed by R Porter, Abridgment by Evan Lewis, Augusta) 348 pages 12mo, 1816; (Augusta: PA Brinsmade) 2 vols, 16cm, 1830. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. An abridgement of his "History of the Rise . . ." 1st edition scarce. GL, Rag.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas – The argument that the colonial slaves are better off than the British peasantry answered. From the Royal Jamaica Gazette of June 21, 1823. (Whitby: Printed for the Whitby Anti-Slavery Society) pamph, 1824. Colonial administration. Slavery. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - The Cabinet of Freedom. (New York: John S Taylor) 3 vols, viii,276+298+vii,296 pages 12mo, plates, 1836 3rd ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. The same as his "History of the Rise . . ." Scarce. Rag.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - The Cries of Africa to the Inhabitants of Europe: or, a Survey of that Bloody Commerce Called the Slave Trade. (London: Sold by Harvey & Darton, & W Phillips) iv,50 pages 8vo pamph, ills, 1 leaf  plates, 1 folding plan, biblio, 1822. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work much translated. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, GL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13476.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - An Essay on the Comparative Efficiency of Regulation or Abolition as Applied to the Slave Trade. Shewing that the Latter only Can Remove the Evils to Be Found in that Commerce. (London: Printed by James Phillips) xi,82 pages 20 cm 8vo pamph, 1789; (Philadelphia) 12mo pamph, 1804. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist tract. Opposes mere regulation, and urges abolition. Both issues very scarce. BL, GL, Cu.W, LOC, Rag, Sab 13478.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas – An Essay on the Impolicy of the African Slave Trade. In Two Parts. By the Rev T Clarkson, MA. (London: Printed and sold by J Phillips) i,[2], iv, 3-134, [2] pages 8vo, 1788 1st ed; (Philadelphia: Printed by Francis Bailey) 159 pages 8vo, 1788 1st ed; (ibidem) 79,134 pages 8vo, 1788; (Philadelphia) 155 pages 8vo, 1789; (London: Society . . . for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Printed and sold by J Phillips) iv,134 pages 8vo, 1788 2nd ed; (New York: Libraries P) 134 pages, 1971 facs ed; (Salem, NH: Ayer Co, Black Heritage Library Collection) 1977 facs ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. The continuation of his "Essay on the Slavery and Commerce . . ." The London 1788 limited to 2000 copies. Early issues exceptionally scarce. BL, Bow, Cu.W, GL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13479, 13480.

 

[CLARKSON, Thomas] - An Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species, Particularly the African, Translated from a Latin Dissertation, which was honoured with the first prize in the University of Cambridge, for the Year 1785. (London: T Cadell & J Phillips) xxxi,256 pages 8vo, 1786 1st ed; (Dublin) 8vo, 1786; (London: Printed by J Phillips) 155 pages 8vo, 1786; (London printed. Philadelphia, re-printed by Joseph Crukshank) 155 pages 8vo, 1786; (ibidem) 155 pages, 1787; (London: Printed and sold by J Phillips, 2nd edition, revised and considerably enlarged) xxii,167 pages 8vo, folding frontis, 1788 2nd London ed; (Philadelphia: Reprinted by Joseph Crukshank) 155 pages 8vo, 1787 3rd ed; (Philadelphia: Published by Nathaniel Willey) 259 pages 12mo, 1804; (Georgetown, KY: Published by the Rev David Barrow) 175 pages 12mo, 1816; (Miami: Mnemosyne Publishing Co) 155 pages, 1969; (New York: AMS Press) xxii,167 pages hb, 1972 facs ed; (Salem, NH: Ayer Co, Black Heritage Library Collection) 1977. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. The 3rd anti-slavery classic, together with Ramsay's "An Essay on the Treatment . . ." and Ady's "The Case of our Fellow Creatures." For a reply see: Gilbert Franklyn, "An Answer . . ." 1st edition rare; all early issues exceptionally scarce; the 1816 Kentucky printing is one of the rarest Kentucky anti-slavery tracts and an imprint of consequence. BL, Bow, Cu.W, GL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13484.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme) 2 vols, 572 pages 8vo, 1808; (Philadelphia: James P Parke, First American, from the London Edition) 2 vols, 455+468 pages 12mo, 3 plates, 1808; (Wilmington: printed by R Porter, Abridged by Evan Lewis) 1816;  (Augusta) 2 vols, 12mo, 1830; (New York: Published by JS Taylor) 2 vols, 1836; (London: John W Parker, A New Edition) viii,615 pages 8mo, portrait, 4 leaves of plates, folding plans, 1 folding map, 1839; (London: Frank Cass, Library of African Studies, Slavery Series, No 8) 2 vols, xii,572+viii,578 pages 23 cm hb, ills, plates, plans, maps, 1968 facs ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. Considered of source value. 1st edition very scarce, all other early issues scarce. BL, Cu.W, GL, KL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13486, Whi.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - A Letter to the Clergy of Various Denominations: and to the slave-holding planters, in the southern parts of the United States. (London: Johnston & Barrett) 64 pages 8vo pamph, 1841. Slavery. Slave trade. United States. Caribbean area. Does not relate to the WI; entirely concerned with slavery in the USA. Very scarce. BL.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - A Letter to the Friends of the Slaves on the New Order in Council, and on the Necessity of New Measures on their Behalf. (Ipswich: King & Garrod) 20 pages 8vo pamph, 1830. Colonial administration. Slavery. Apprenticeship. Caribbean area. Very scarce. BL.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - Letters on the Slave Trade, and the State of the Natives in those Parts of Africa which are Contiguous to Fort St Louis and Goree, Written at Paris in December 1789, and January 1790. (London: Printed and sold by James Phillips) vii,81 pages 4to pamph, 1 map, 1791. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Fort St Louis. Goree. Caribbean area. An abolitionist tract. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, GL, Sab 13490.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - Not a Labourer Wanted for Jamaica: To Which is Added, an Account of the Newly Erected Villages by the Peasantry There, and Their Beneficial Results; and the Consequences of Re-Opening a New Slave Trade, as it Relates to Africa . . .: In a Letter Addressed to a Member of Parliament, Appointed to Sit on the West India Committee. (London: T Ward & Co) 15 pages 8vo pamph, 1842; (ibidem) 24 pages pamph, 1842 2nd ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Emancipation. Jamaica. 1st edition exceptionally scarce; 2nd edition very scarce. BL, GL, LOC, RES.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas – Speech of Thomas Clarkson, Esq, as originally prepared by him in writing, and intended to have been delivered at the opening of the General Anti-Slavery Convention, distinguishing those passages which were omitted, but which are now published at Mr Clarkson's request. (sl [London]: Printed by WH Cox) pamph, [ca 1840]. Colonial administration. Slavery. Caribbean area. An abolitionist tract. Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - The Substance of the Evidence of Sundry Persons on the Slave Trade, Collected in the Course of a Tour Made in the Autumn of the year 1788. (London: Printed by James Phillips) iv,136 pages folio, 1789. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. Exceptionally scarce. GL, Sab 13494.

 

[CLARKSON, Thomas] - A Summary View of the Slave Trade and of the Probable Consequences of its Abolition. (London: The Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Printed by James Phillips) 14 [2] pages 16mo pamph, 1787 1st ed; (Philadelphia) 16 pages pamph, 1787 2nd ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. An abolitionist tract. The first publication of the Society. 15050 copies issued in London and distributed by The Society and exceptionally scarce; the Philadelphia edition is very scarce. GL, LOC, Rag 465, 490, Sab 13495.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Conditions of Slaves in the British Colonies: with a View to their Ultimate Emancipation; and on the Practicability, the Safety, and the Advantages of the Latter Measure. (London: Printed by Richard Taylor) iv,60 pages 8vo pamph, 1823 1st ed; (New York: sn) 64 pages 8vo pamph, 1823 2nd ed; (London: Printed for the Society for the Mitigation & Gradual Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions, Sold by J Hatchard & Sons, 2nd edition corrected) iv,57 pages pamph, 1823 2nd rev ed; (ibidem, 4th edition, corrected) iv,57 pages 8vo pamph, 1824 4th ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. A classic in emancipationist literature. For a reply see: J Hampden. 1st edition very scarce; other issues scarce. BL, Cu.W, GL, KL, Han, LOC, Rag, Sab 13497.

 

[CLARKSON, Thomas] - Three Letters, one of which has appeared before, to the Planters and Slave Merchants, Principally on the Subject of Compensation. (London: Printed by Phillips & Fardon) 15 pages 8vo pamph, 1807. Colonial administration. Slavery. Compensation. Caribbean area. An abolitionist tract. Opposes compensation. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, GL, LOC, Rag, Sab 13498.

 

[CLARKSON, Thomas] - The True State of the Case, Respecting the Insurrection in St Domingo. (Ipswich: Printed by J Bush) 8 pages 8vo pamph, 1792. Colonial administration. Slavery. Rebellions. Haiti. An abolitionist tract. A reply to the charges of the planters that the uprising was caused by the Abolition Society in England. Exceptionally scarce. Cu.W, LOC, Rag, Sab 13499, 97154.

 

CLARKSON, Thomas - [British abolitionist leader (1760-1846); member of the African Institution and of the Anti-Slavery Society. See: J Cropper; and W Dickson; and EL Griggs and CH Proctor; and J Macqueen; and "Mitigation of Slavery . . .;" and "Reply to Article VII . . ."; and T Taylor. Web page.]

 

CLARKSON, Thomas, and Benjamin GREENE - Slavery as it Now Exists in the British West India Colonies: Discussed in a Series of Letters between Thomas Clarkson Esq and Benjamin Greene Esq. (London: Published by Hurst, Chance & co) pamph, 1829. Colonial administration. Slavery. Caribbean area. An abolitionist work. Very scarce. Cu.W, GL, Rag.

 

Classified Business Directory of the Different Lines of Businesses, etc, Represented in the Membership of the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce. (Port-of-Spain) 29 pages pamph, 1928. Descriptive. Economics. Trade. Trinidad. A guidebook for businesspersons. Scarce. RES.

 

Classified List of the Wood-producing Trees of Trinidad. [London?] 1888. Forestry. Trinidad. Very scarce. Cu.W.

 

CLAUSNER, Marlin D - Rural Santo Domingo: Settled, Unsettled and Resettled. (Philadelphia: Temple UP) xii,323 pages 24 cm hb, 4 maps, biblio, 1973. History. Rural development. Dominican Republic. BL, Gos, LOC.

 

CLAWSON, David Leslie – Latin America and the Caribbean: Lands and Peoples. (Boston: McGraw-Hill) xvii,388 pages, ills, col maps, biblio, index, [ca 2000]. Descriptive. Geography. Latin America. Caribbean area. By a US geographer (1948-). LOC.

 

CLAY, Henry – [See: JJ Gurney]

 

CLAY, Roger C - The Caribbean: A Pictorial Mapbook. (London: Macmillan Caribbean) 46 pages pamph, 1975 1st ed; (ibidem) 1975; (ibidem) 1976. Geography. Cartography. Caribbean area. A secondary school textbook.

 

CLAYPOLE, William, and John ROBOTTOM - Caribbean Story. Book 1: Foundations. (London: Longmans Caribbean) 198 pages 25 cm pb, ills, plates, maps, biblio, index, 1980 1st ed; (ibidem) 198 pages pb, ills, plates, maps, biblio, index, 1989 rev ed. History. Caribbean area. The period up to emancipation. A secondary school CXC textbook. BL, Bow, Gos, Ing, LOC, My.D, My.R, Pot, Sch.

 

CLAYPOLE, William, and John ROBOTTOM - Caribbean Story. Book 2: The Inheritors. (London: Longmans Caribbean) 220 pages 25 cm pb, ills, plates, maps, biblio, index, 1980 1st ed; (ibidem) 218 pages, ills, plates, maps, biblio, index, 1989 rev ed. History. Caribbean area. The period after emancipation. Vol 2 of the above. BL, Bow, Gos, LOC, My.D, My.R, Pot, Sch

 

CLAYTON, G, and WD GARNER, and ET YORK – [See: "Tripartite Economic Survey . . ."]

 

CLAYTON, John Middleton – [US lawyer-politician and diplomat (1796-1856); senator for Delaware; US secretary of state.” Web page. See: “The Clayton and Bulwer . . “]

 

CLAYTON, Henry DeLamar – Puerto Rican Tariff. Speech of Hon Henry D Clayton of Alabama, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, February 24, 1900. (Washington, DC: Gov’t Printer) 13 pages 24 cm pamph, 1900. Colonial administration. Economics. Trade. Tariffs. Puerto Rico. A speech. By a US congressman (1857-1929); representative for Alabama. LOC.

 

The Clayton and Bulwer Convention of the 19th April, 1850, between the British and American Governments Concerning Central America, with the Correspondence between the Negociators, Agreeing that the Convention Excludes British Honduras from its Operation; and also the Correspondence between the Earl of Clarendon and Mr Buchanan, United States Minister, at London, in Relation to the True Construction of this Convention. (London: Trubner & Co) 63 pages pamph, 1856. International relations. Border disputes. John Middleton Clayton. Belize. Very scarce. BL.

 

CLEARE, Laurence Delaney – Birds. (Georgetown: “The Argosy” Co Ltd) 65 pages pamph, ills, 1943. Wildlife. Ornithology. Guyana. Scarce. LOC.

 

CLEARE, Laurence Delaney – British Guiana's Birds. (Georgetown: Daily Chronicle) 69 pages pamph, ills, 1962. Wildlife. Ornithology. Guyana.

 

CLEARE, Laurence Delaney – The Climate of British Guiana. (Georgetown: Printed by Gov’t Printery and Stationary Office) 1 vol 26 cm, ills, 1961. Meteorology. Climate. Guyana. LOC.

 

CLEARY, Teresa E - Jamaica Run-Dung: Over 100 Recipes. (Kingston) 1970 1st ed; (Kingston: Brainbuster Publications) 59 pages, 1973 rev ed; (Kingston: Brainbuster Publications) 62 pages pamph, index, 1986. Food. Nutrition. Jamaica. A cookbook. BL, Ing.

 

CLEATOR, Philip Ellaby - Treasure for the Taking. (London: Robert Hale) 192 pages 8vo, ills, biblio, 1960. Descriptive. Treasure. Caribbean area. Includes the WI. Author (1908-?). BL, LOC.

 

CLEAVER, William - The Important Trust: A Charge on 2 Timothy 1.14 delivered in the Wesleyan Chapel, James St, Bridgetown, Barbados, on Monday, February 3rd, 1873 on the occasion of the Ordination to the Christian Ministry of the Revs John Critchlow Johnson, Samuel Lee Lindo, and Ebenezer Cole. (London: Elliot Stock) 15 pages pamph, 1873. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Critchlow Johnson. Samuel Lee Lindo. Ebenezer Cole. Barbados. By the first Trinidadian Methodist minister (1818-1878). Very scarce.

 

CLEAVER, William – William Cleaver, the Bishop of St Asaph, upon Lord Grenville's motion to agree with the House of Commons, in the resolutions respecting the slave trade, upon which Lord Hawkesbury had moved the previous question. (London: J Smeeton) pamph, [1806]. Colonial administration. Slavery. Caribbean area. By an Anglican cleric (1742-1815). Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

CLEGERN, Wayne McLauchlin - British Honduras: Colonial Dead End, 1859-1900. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, Social Science Series No 12) vii,224 pages 8vo, maps, biblio, 1967. History. Belize. The first significant monograph devoted to late-nineteenth-century Belize. A thoroughly researched and documented chronicle of the decline of Belize in the 2nd half of the 19th century, but criticized for being too descriptive and non-analytical. Bay, BL, Com, Gos, Jor, LOC, Pat, Woo, Wri.

 

CLEGHORN, Robert - A Short History of Baptist Missionary Work in British Honduras, 1822-1939. (London: Kingsgate P) 71 pages 8vo, plates, 1939. Church. Religion. Baptists. Belize. By a Scottish Baptist missionary (1869-?); spent 50 years in Belize and the Bay Islands. BL, Co.C, Com, Gos, Woo.

 

[CLELAND, William] - The Present State of the Sugar Plantations Consider'd; but Especially that of the Island of Barbadoes. (London: Printed and Sold by John Morphew) 30 pages 8vo pamph, 1713 1st ed; (ibidem) 30 pages pamph, 1714. Colonial administration. Economics Trade. Barbados. Criticises various island institutions. 1st edition rare; 2nd edition exceptionally scarce. BL, Cu.W, Han, RES, Sab 65331.

 

[CLELAND, William] - Some Observations Shewing the Danger of Losing the Trade of the Sugar Colonies. Humbly Offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament. By a Planter. (London: Privately Printed) 15 pages 8vo pamph, 1714. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Royal African Company. Caribbean area. Urges a monopoly trade in slaves by a British joint stock company. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Han, Sab 63322, 86694.

 

CLELAND, William – [Scot-born Barbados merchant and planter (?-1719); colonial agent for Barbados.]

 

CLEMENT, David R - An Analysis of Disaster: Life after Gilbert. (Mona: UWI, ISER, Working Paper No 37) 65 pages pamph, 2 tables, 1 b&w photo, 1990. Disasters. Meteorology. Hurricanes. Gilbert. Jamaica. An analysis of the 1988 hurricane. Ban.

 

CLEMENT, Wendell et al - General Observations on the Agriculture in the Virgin Islands. (San Juan: Caribbean Research Inst) 1966. Agriculture. St Croix. St Thomas. United States Virgin Islands.

 

CLEMENTE, Roberto – [Puerto Rican baseball superstar (1932-1972); died in a plane crash. See: PR Walker.]

 

CLEMENTI, Cecil - The Chinese in British Guiana. (Georgetown: Argosy P) xiv,414,xxix pages, 5 maps, 1915. Immigration. Chinese. Sociology. Guyana. A full and well-informed history of Chinese immigration to Guyana. Scarce. Bay, Bra, Co.C, Com, Gos, Gri, LOC, McD, RES.

 

CLEMENTI, Cecil - A Constitutional History of British Guiana. (Georgetown) 1931 1st ed; (London: Macmillan) 546 pages, 1937. History. Colonial administration. Constitutional. Guyana. A detailed and interesting account of the working of a constitution described as a ‘freakish by-product of the Napoleonic Wars,’ with a valuable documentary appendix. 1st edition scarce. Bay, BL, Co.C, Com, Gos, Gri, Pat.

 

CLEMENTI, Cecil - Report of the Committee on Immigration. (Georgetown: Gov’t Printer) 1916. Colonial administration. Immigration. Guyana. An official government report. Very scarce. Bra.

 

CLEMENTI, Cecil - [British colonial administrator (1875-1947); successively colonial secretary of BG and Ceylon, and governor of Hong Kong. RES.]

 

CLEMENTI, Marie Penelope Rose Eyres - Through British Guiana to the Summit of Roraima. By Mrs Cecil Clementi. (London: T Fisher Unwin) 236 pages 8vo hb, 14 ills, 1 folding map, 1920 1st ed; (New York) 236 pages hb, 14 ills, 1 folding map, [nd]. Descriptive. Nature studies. Roraima. Guyana. Describes the first ascent of Mount Roraima by a European woman, with descriptions of the surrounding country and the rivers approaching the mountain through Venezuela. By the wife of the colonial secretary, Cecil Clementi. Scarce. BL, LOC, RES.

 

CLEREL DE TOCQUEVILLE, Charles Alexis Henri Maurice - Report Made to the Chamber of Deputies on the Abolition of Slavery in the French Colonies . . . July 23, 1830. (Boston: James Munroe & Co) 54 pages 8vo pamph, 1840 1st ed; (Westport, CT: Negro UP, Greenwood Publishing Group) 54 pages hb, 1970 facs ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Abolition. Guadeloupe. Martinique. French West Indies. By a French statesman and author (1805-1859); also styled Count Alexis de Tocqueville. 1st edition very scarce. BL, Sab 96072.

 

A Clergyman [pseud] – [See: "Proposal for the Consideration . . ."]

 

Clericus [pseud] – [See: G Smith]

 

CLERK, Astley - The Music and Musical Instruments of Jamaica. (Kingston: Courlande) 1914. Music. Musical instruments. Jamaica. By a Jamaica-born poet, musician, and editor (1868-1944). Scarce. Her.

 

CLERK, James Otway - An Abridged History of Jamaica. From the discovery of the island in 1594 to the termination of the Duke of Manchester's government in 1827 . . . (Falmouth) 1859. History. Duke of Manchester. Jamaica. Of slight use. Exceptionally scarce. Cu.J, Rag.

 

CLERK, John - An Essay on Naval Tactics. (London) [date?] 1st ed; (London) 1804 2nd ed; (Edinburgh: A Black . . . ) xlv,331 pages, diagrams, 11 plates, plans, 1827 3rd ed. Naval. Admiralty. Tactics. Battle of the Saints, 1782. Breaking the Line controversy. Caribbean area. By a British naval writer and merchant in Edinburgh (1728-1812); claimed the credit for having suggested the manoeuvre of breaking the enemy line used by Rodney against de Grasse in the WI in 1782. See: George Brydges. 1st edition exceptionally scarce; 2nd edition very scarce; 3rd edition scarce. DNB, LOC, Rag.

 

CLEVE, Per Teodor - Outlines of Geology of North-Eastern West India Islands. [London?] 1881. Geology. Caribbean area. By a Swedish chemist and geologist (1840-1905); web page. Scarce. Cu.W.

 

CLEVELAND, Stephen Grover - Venezuelan Boundary Controversy. (New York: The Century Co) 1901; (New York) 1907; (Princeton: Princeton UP. London: Oxford UP) v,122 pages 8vo, 1913. International relations. Border disputes. Guyana. Venezuela. BL, LOC, RES.

 

CLEVELAND, Stephen Grover - Venezuelan Boundary Dispute . . . [The title of the 1907 edition. Tra.]

 

CLEVELAND, Stephen Grover - [President of the US (1837-1908).]

 

CLIFF, Michelle – [Jamaican-American author (1946-). See: B Edlmair.]

 

CLIFFORD, Bede Edmund Hugh - The Historic Forts of Nassau, Bahamas. (Nassau) 24 pages pamph, 1 folding plan, [ca 1965]. Descriptive. Military. Forts. Bahamas.

 

CLIFFORD, Bede Edmund Hugh - Proconsul: Being Incidents in the Life and Career of the Honourable Sir Bede Clifford. (London: Evans Bros) 327 pages, tables, plates, maps, 1964. Descriptive. Colonial administration. Caribbean area. Passim WI. An autobiography. Bay, LOC.

 

CLIFFORD, Bede Edmund Hugh – [New Zealand-born, British colonial administrator (1890-1969); governor of the Bahamas in 1931 and of Trinidad and Tobago in 1942.]

 

CLIFFORD, George – [English naval commander (1558-1605); 3rd Earl of Cumberland; famous for his short-lived capture of Fort San Felipe del Morro in 1598. See: R Southey.]

 

[CLIFFORD, Jeronimy] - The Case and Proceedings, for and against Mr Jeronimy Clifford, Merchant and Planter of Surinam. (sl, [London]) 55 pages pamph, 1715. Colonial administration. International relations. Suriname. Exceptionally scarce. Cu.W, Sab 13687.

 

[CLIFFORD, Jeronimy] - The Case and Replication of the Legal Representatives of Jeronimy Clifford, a British Subject and Late Merchant and Planter of Surinam, Deceased . . . To the Information of the Directors of the Society of Surinam, Etc. (London: C Say) 478 pages 8vo, 1 map, 1763. Colonial administration. International relations. Suriname. Very scarce. BL, Cu.W, Sab 13685.

 

CLIFFORD, Jeronimy - The Case of Jeronimy Clifford, Merchant and Planter of Surinam. (London) 32 pages folio, pamph, 1711; (London) 12 pages folio pamph, 1714; (sl [London]: sn) iv pages folio pamph, [ca 1715]; (sl [London]: sn) 12 pages folio pamph, [ca 1718]; (London) 12 pages folio pamph, 1720. Colonial administration. International relations. Surinam. 1st edition rare; other issues exceptionally scarce. BL.

 

[CLIFFORD, Jeronimy] - The Conduct of the Dutch Relating to Their Breach of Treaties with England. Particularly their Breach of the Articles of Capitulation, for the Surrender of Surinam in 1667; and their oppressions committed upon the English Subjects in that Colony. With a full account of the case of Jeronimy Clifford . . . (London: C Say) 220 pages 8vo, 1 map, 1760; (London: W Bristow) 220 pages 8vo, 1760. Colonial administration. International relations. Suriname. Both issues exceptionally scarce. BL, Bro, Cu.W, LOC, Sab 13686, 15201.

 

[CLIFFORD, Jeronimy] - The Dutch Displayed; or a Succinct Account of the Barbarities, Rapines and Injustices Committed by the Subjects of Holland upon those of England. (London) 1766. Colonial administration. International relations. Suriname. Exceptionally scarce. Cu.W.

 

CLIFFORD, Jeronimy - [British merchant and planter in Surinam (?-1737); engaged in litigation against the States General; published 4 pamphlets in support of his case.]

 

Climate of Jamaica. (Kingston: Jamaican Meteorological Service) 68 pages pamph, 31 maps, 1973. Meteorology. Climate. Jamaica. Ing.

 

CLINE, Ray Steiner – [US CIA officer (1918-1996); best known for being the chief CIA analyst during the Cuban Missile Crisis; professor at the Center for Strategic & International Studies at Georgetown U.]

 

CLINE, Ray Steiner, and George FAURIOL – Trouble in Paradise: Managing an Emergency in the Dutch Caribbean. (Washington, DC: Georgetown U, Center for Strategic & International Studies) 18 pages 22 cm pamph, 1985. International relations. Aruba. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. Advises the Netherlands on how to treat their former colonial possessions in the WI, and criticizes Aruba’s most prominent politician, Betico Croes. Sch.

 

CLINTON, J - Plantation Management in Barbados. [London?] ca 1800. Agriculture. Plantations. Slavery. Barbados. Perhaps the same as Orderson, "Directions to Young Planters . . ." Exceptionally rare, no copy known to exist. Han, Ha.S.

 

CLIPSON, Paul T - Adolescent Fertility in the English-speaking Caribbean: A Report. (Bridgetown: USAID) 109 pages, 1981. Fertility. Family planning. Young persons. Adolescents. Caribbean area. A technical assistance report. W&D.

 

CLOAK, FT, Jr – A Natural Order of Cultural Adoption and Loss in Trinidad. (Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, Working Paper in Methodology, No 1) 177 pages, 1966. Sociology. Culture. Identity. Trinidad. Com.

 

CLOSE, D Brian – The MCC Tour of the West Indies. (London: Stanley Paul) vii,166 pages hb, many b&w photos, dj, 1968. Sport. Cricket. Caribbean area.

 

Closer Association of the British West Indian Colonies. Dispatch Dated 14th February, 1947, from the Secretary of State for the Colonies . . . [See: “Memorandum on the Closer Association . . .”]

 

The Closer Union Commission . . . [See: “West Indies. Report of the Closer Union . . .”]

 

CLOYD, Paul C - Design Guidelines for Historic District, St John's, Antigua. [St John's] 1984. Town and country planning. Conservation. St John’s. Antigua.

 

CLOYD, Paul C - Historic Architecture: Design Guidelines for a Historic District, St John’s, Antigua. (sl [St John’s]: sn) 111,55 pages pamph, ills, maps, 1984. Architecture. Conservation. St John’s. Antigua. LOC.

 

[CLUTTERBUCK, Henry] - A Vindication of the Use of Sugar, The Produce of the West India Islands: In answer to a pamphlet entitled “Remarkable Extracts, Etc”. (London: Printed by HL Gablin for T Boosey) 22 pages pamph, 1792 1st ed; (London: Printed for T Boosey) iv,22 pages pamph, 1792 2nd rev ed. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Boycotts. Caribbean area. Sponsored by the WI Interest; a rare defence of the use of sugar published in opposition to the first boycott of WI produce., 1791-2. P Hogg, “The African Slave Trade and its Suppression” mentions Clutterbuck, a British physician (1767-1856) and medical writer, as a possible author. 1st edition only known in the Library of the Society of Friends and very rare; 2nd edition at Bodley and Trinity College – Oxford only in the UK, the Bibliotheque Nationale in France, and Cornell, Harvard, John Carter Brown, Library of Congress, and the U of Southern California only in North America, rare. LOC, Rag.

 

CLUTTERBUCK, [?] Captain – [See: WG Hamley.]

 

CLYDE, David Francis - Health in Grenada: A social and historical account. (London: Vade-Mecum P) 415 pages, ills, 1985. History. Health. Grenada. A survey from 1705 to 1984. Gos, LOC.

 

CLYDE, David Francis - Two Centuries of Health Care in Dominica. (New Delhi: Sushima Gopal) xiii,198 pages 24 cm, 10 ills, 2 maps, biblio, [1980]. History. Health. Dominica. Collective biography. A picture of changing Dominica society; an exceptionally rich source for the history of health care in Dominica, but also for politics, economics, and general history; includes biographical sketches of important practitioners. BL, LOC, My.D, My.R.

 

CLYDE, David Francis - [WHO specialist in tropical medicine.]

 

CLYTUS, John – [Author (1929-?).]

 

CLYTUS, John, and Jane RIEKER - Black Man in Red Cuba. (Coral Gables: U of Miami P) 158 pages 21 cm, [1970]. Sociology. Race relations. Cuba. BL, Bow, Chi, Gos, LOC.

 

COAD, John - A Memorandum of the Wonderful Providences of God to a Poor Unworthy Creature during the Time of the Duke of Monmouth's Rebellion and the Revolution of 1688, by John Coad, one of the Sufferers. (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans) xiii,141,xiv pages 16mo, 1849; (United States: John Gale, Making of Modern Law) 174 pages pb, 2010 rep. Colonial administration. Indentured labour. Duke of Monmouth. Jamaica. By one of the Monmouth exiles tried by Judge Jeffreys and sent to Jamaica. A children's book. Scarce. BL, LOC, RES.

 

COARD, Bernard - How the West Indian Child is Made Educationally Sub-normal in the British School System: The Scandal of the Black Child in Schools in Britain. (London: New Beacon Books Ltd) 51 pages pamph, 1971; (ibidem) 51 pages pamph, 1974. Education. Sociology. Race relations. Politics. Migration. Britain. Caribbean area. Bra, Com, LOC.

 

COARD, Bernard - Report on the National Economy for 1981 and the Prospects for 1982. Presented by Bro Bernard Coard, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning, Finance and Trade. (St Georges: Gov't Printer) 77,10 pages, 1982. Economics. Development planning. Grenada. An official government report. New.

 

COARD, Bernard - Report on the National Economy for 1982 and the Budget Plan for 1983 and Beyond. (St Georges: Gov't Printer) 172 pages, ills, 1983. Economics. Development planning. Grenada. An official government report. LOC.

 

COARD, Bernard - [Grenadian politician (1944-); convicted in the murder of Maurice Bishop and others and sentenced to death by hanging, later commuted to life imprisonment.]

 

COARD, Frederick McDermott - Bitter-Sweet and Spice: These Things I Remember. (Ilfracombe: Arthur H Stockwell Ltd) 208 pages 22 cm, frontis, 1 map, [1970] 1st ed. Descriptive. Public administration. Grenada. An autobiography. By a Grenadian civil servant (1893-?). BL, Com, LOC.

 

COARD, Phyllis - US War on One Woman. (London: Karia P) 94 pages pb, 1988. Politics. Crime. Prisons. Grenada. By a Grenadian politician (1943-?), the wife of Bernard Coard, convicted in the murder of Maurice Bishop and others.

 

Coastal Flood Hazards and Responses in Puerto Rico, an Overview. (San Juan: Puerto Rico Dep't of Natural Resources) 90 pages, 1980. Disasters. Flooding. National disaster planning. Coastal zones. Puerto Rico.

 

Coastal Management Program for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico: United States Department of Commerce Final Environmental Impact Statement. (Washington, DC: Office of Coastal Zone Management) 194 pages 28 cm, ills, 28 leaves of plates, [1978]. Conservation. Environment. Coastal zones. Puerto Rico. LOC.

 

Coastal Preservation in St Vincent and the Grenadines. (Kingstown: Gov't Printer) 1983. Conservation. Environment. Coastal zones. St Vincent & the Grenadines. An official government report.

 

Coastal Service: Copy of Documents Relating to the Proposed New Contract . . . for Trinidad and Tobago Service. (Port-of-Spain: Gov’t Printer) 58 pages, 1912. Public transportation. Coastal service. Trinidad. Tobago. An official government report. RES.

 

COBB, Martha K - Harlem, Haiti and Havana: A Comparative Critical Study of Langston Hughes, Jacques Roumain and Nicolas Guillen. (New York and Washington, DC: Three Continents P) 250 pages, biblio, 1978. Literary criticism. Langston Hughes. Jacques Roumain. Nicolas Guillen. Haiti. Cuba. A scholarly study of 3 poets. Laguerre cites 25 pages. Ch.H, Chi, Gos, Lag.

 

COBBETT, [?] - [Author of a pamphlet on the slave trade. Replied to by T Clarke, “A letter to Mr Cobbett . . .”]

 

COBLEY, Alan Gregor, ed - Crossroads of Empire: The Europe-Caribbean Connection, 1492-1992. (Cave Hill: UWI, Dep't of History) ix,132 pages 23 cm pb, maps, biblio, index, [1994]. International relations. Crossroads. Empire. Europe. Caribbean area. BL, LOC.

 

COBLEY, Alan Gregor, and Alvin O THOMPSON, ed - The African-Caribbean Connection: Historical and Cultural Perspectives. (Cave Hill: UWI, Dep't of History/National Cultural Foundation) 171 pages, maps, biblio, index, 1990. Sociology. Culture. Caribbean area. BL, Gos, LOC.

 

COCHIN, Augustin – The Results of Emancipation. (Boston: Walker, Wise & Co) 1863; (New York: Negro UP) [date?]. Colonial administration. Slavery. Emancipation. St Croix. St Thomas. St John. Danish West Indies. Includes a discussion of slave demography and ameliorative laws on the eve of emancipation in the DWI. Hig.

 

COCHRAN, Doris Mabel - The Herpetology of Hispaniola. (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Inst, National Museum Bulletin, No 177) vii,398 pages 8vo, biblio, 1941. Wildlife. Herpetology. Reptiles. Amphibians. Haiti. Dominican Republic. Hispaniola. A fundamental work on the reptiles and amphibians. By a US herpetologist (1898-?). BL, Ch.H, Gos, Lag.

 

COCHRAN, Hamilton - Pirates of the Spanish Main. (New York: American Heritage) 153 pages hb, ills, 1961. Piracy. Spanish Main. Caribbean area. A children's book. LOC.

 

COCHRAN, Hamilton - These Are the Virgin Islands. (New York: Prentice-Hall) x,236 pages 8vo hb, plates, dj, 1937. Descriptive. St Croix. St Thomas. St John. United States Virgin Islands. A children's book. Photographs by John Bransby and the author. Bay, BL, Co.C, Com, Gos, LOC, Mol.

 

COCHRAN, Thomas Childs – The Puerto Rican Businessman, a Study in Cultural Change. (Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, A Social Science Research Center Study) 198 pages 8vo, biblio, [1959]. Economics. Business development. Sociology. Puerto Rico. A study of ‘the Puerto Rican Miracle.’ Studies the institutional and cultural change on the part of the PR businessman under the impact of US influence since 1898. Based on interviews with PR and US businessmen. By a US economic historian (1902-1999); Professor of History at U of Pennsylvania; web page. Bay, BL, Cev, Gri, LOC, Viv.

 

COCHRANE, Archibald – [See: DUNDONALD.]

 

COCHRANE, T - A Study of the Land Use Potential of Two of the Major Soil Types of St Vincent, the Yellow Earths and the Recent Soils from Volcanic Ash. (St Augustine: UWI) 1962. Agriculture. Soils. Land use. St Vincent.

 

COCHRANE, Thomas – Answers to the Fifth Table of Queries, published by the Society in London, instituted for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave trade. (Edinburgh: Printed by D Willison) pamph, 1789. Colonial administration. Slavery. Slave trade. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. GL.

 

COCKBURN, Alexander James Edmund - Charge of the Chief Justice of England: to the Grand Jury at the Central Criminal Court in the Case of The Queen against Nelson and Brand . . . (London: William Ridgeway) 165 pages 8vo, 1867 2nd ed. Law. Public order. Morant Bay Rebellion, 1865. Alexander Abercromby Nelson. Herbert Charles Alexander Brand. Jamaica. A case report. Replied to by WF Finlason, "Commentaries upon . . ." By a British jurist (1802-1880); C-J of England. Scarce. Cu.J, RES, Sab 14077.

 

COCKBURN, James - [British army officer and colonial administrator (fl 1783); lieutenant colonel of the 35th Regiment; governor of St Eustatius; court-martialled in 1783 over the loss of the island. See: E Hodgson; and W Rogerson. LOC.]

 

COCKBURN, Samuel – Rough Notes and Official Reports on the River Belize, the Physical Features of British Honduras, Taken in 1867 and 1869. by Samuel Cockburn of Kingston, Jamaica. (Kingston: CL Campbell) 42 pages 8vo pamph, [1875]. Descriptive. Belize. Very scarce. BL.

 

COCKRELL, Francis Marion – Porto Rico. Imports from Porto Rico should be admitted free of tariff duties. Speech of Hon FM Cockrell, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States. Thursday, March 22, 1900. (Washington, DC: Gov’t Printer) 8 pages 25 cm pamph, 1900. Colonial administration. Trade. Taxation. Porto Rico Tariff Bill. Puerto Rico. A speech. By a US senator (1834-1915). Scarce. LOC.

 

COCKERELL, Theodore Dru Alison - Two New Species of Pulvinaria from Jamaica. (London) pamph, 1893. Entomology. Pulvinaria. Jamaica. Reprinted from 'Transactions of the Entomological Society.' By a British entomologist (1866-1948). Very scarce. Cu.J.

 

COCKING, Ralph M - The Handbook of the Parish of St Mary. (Kingston: MC De Souza, printer) 67,56,218 pages, 1894. Church. Religion. Anglicans. St Mary. Jamaica. Scarce. Cu.J, LOC.

 

Cocoa: All about it. By Historicus. (London: Cadburys Bourneville) 114 pages hb, b&w plates, 8 col plates, 1892. Agriculture. Cacao. Chocolate. Grenada. Caribbean area. Includes the WI. Scarce.

 

Cocoa as Grown in Trinidad and how to Plant it in Ceylon. (London) 23 pages pamph, 1879. Agriculture. Cacao. Chocolate. Trinidad. Tobago. Very scarce. RES.

 

Coco-nut Cultivation in the West Indies. (Bridgetown: IDA) 49 pages pamph, ills, 1911. Agriculture. Coconuts. Vegetable oils. Caribbean area. Scarce. RES.

 

CODALLO, Alfred – [Trinidadian folklorist and musician. See: H Gayadeen.]

 

CODD, Edward – [British army officer and colonial administrator; Superintendent and Commander-in-Chief at Belize at the time of the Poyais fraud. See: “Proceedings of an Inquiry and Investigation . . .”]

 

CODD, LEW, and EM PETERKIN, and RR FOLLETT-SMITH, and FA SQUIRE, and EB MARTYN - Rice in British Guiana, 1927-32. (Georgetown: BG Dep't of Agriculture, Rice Bulletin No 1) 48 pages pamph, 1943. Agriculture. Vegetables. Rice. Guyana. An official government report. Co.C, Com.

 

Code Commission of Porto Rico . . . [See: “Report of the Code Commission . . .”]

 

Code of Civil Procedure of St Lucia, 1881 . . . [See: J Armstrong.]

 

Code of Commerce in Force in Cuba, Porto Rico and Philippines, Amended by the Law of June 10, 1897 . . . Translation. (Washington, DC: Division of Customs & Insular Affairs) 1899. Colonial administration. Law. Code of commerce. Cuba. Puerto Rico. Scarce. Bay.

 

Codification of Labor Law in Latin America. Cuba: A Case Study. (Coral Gables: Grupo Cubano de Investigaciones Economicas) 135 pages, 1965. Law. Industrial relations. Codification. Labour law. Cuba. Chi.

 

CODRINGTON, Christopher, Jr - [British West Indian soldier and administrator (1668-1710); a decorated soldier; son of the governor of the Leeward Islands, and himself governor of the Leeward Islands; benefactor of All Souls College, Oxford; and founder of Codrington College in Barbados. See: JH Bennett; and TH Bindley; and "Copy of the Articles . . .;" and W Freeman; and W Gordon; and VT Harlow; and “Legalised prostitution . . .;” and R Lowe; and M Parker. DNB.]

 

CODRINGTON, Christopher, Sr - [Barbados and Antigua planter and colonial administrator(ca 1640-1698); governor of the Leeward Islands. See: R Lowe; and M Parker; and T Spencer.]

 

CODRINGTON, Harold et al, ed – Central Banking in Barbados. (Bridgetown: Central Bank of Barbados) 238 pages pb, tables, biblio, 1997. Banking. Finance. Central banks. Barbados. A collection of 12 essays on central banking in Barbados with a lengthy bibliography of works published by the staff.

 

Codrington College Bicentenary: Celebration in Barbados. (Bridgetown) 11 pages pamph, 1910. Church. Religion. Anglicans. Codrington College. Barbados. Very scarce. RES.

 

COE, Andrew - Cuba: Pearl of the Caribbean. (Lincolnwood, IL: NTC Publishing Group, Passport Books) 316 pages pb, ills, 1996; (ibidem) 1997 2nd ed; (New York: Odyssey Publications) 314 pages, col ills, 1 col map, 1999 3rd ed: (ibidem) 1997 2nd ed; (New York: Odyssey Publications) 314 pages, col ills, col maps, 1999 3rd ed. Travel. Descriptive. Cuba. A guidebook for tourists. Bow, LOC.

 

COE, Andrew - Odyssey Illustrated Guide to Cuba. (Hong Kong: The Guidebook Co) 314 pages, col and b&w photos, 13 maps, biblio, 1995. Travel. Descriptive. Cuba. A guidebook for tourists. Stu.

 

COE, Michael Douglas - The Maya. (London: Thames & Hudson) 252 pages, tables, diagrams, ills, plans, maps, biblio, 1966; (New York: Praeger) 252 pages, tables, diagrams, ills, plans, maps, biblio, 1966; (London: Thames & Hudson) 180 pages 25 cm, ills, plates, plans, maps, 1980; (New York: Thames & Hudson) 190 pages, ills, plates, plans, maps, 1984; (ibidem) 200 pages, ills, 1987; (ibidem) 224 pages, tables, diagrams, ills, plans, maps, biblio, 1993 5th rev ed; (ibidem) 256 pages, tables, diagrams, ills, plans, maps, biblio, 1996 6th rev ed. Archaeology. Mayas. Belize. An excellent history of the Maya, with Belize placed in perspective within the Maya region. BL, LOC, Woo.

 

COE, Richard – [English Quaker, deported to Barbados in 1664. See: “Another out-cry . . .”]

 

Coffee from Puerto Rico. (New York: Dep’t of Agriculture & Commerce, New York Service) 62 pages, tables, ills, 1942. Agriculture. Coffee. Puerto Rico. A WW II study. Viv.

 

Coffee in the Haitian Economy. (Washington, DC: Foreign Agriculture Service, Foreign Agriculture Circular) 1955. Agriculture. Coffee. Haiti. Lag.

 

COFFEY, Edmund Patrick – Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Horse-Racing Industry in Trinidad and Tobago. (Port-of-Spain: Gov’t Printer) 35 pages pamph, 1968. Sport. Horse racing. Gambling. Turf. Trinidad. Tobago. An official government report. Com.

 

COFFEY, RB - A Brief History of the Intervention in Haiti. (Annapolis) 1922. International relations. US relations. US occupation, 1915-1934. Haiti.

 

COFFMAN, Ferris La Verne - Lost, Buried or Sunken Treasures . . . [A map, sometimes referred to as if it were a book.]

 

COGGINS, John, and David Stephen LEWIS, ed - Political Parties of the Americas and the Caribbean: A Reference Guide. (London: Longman) vii,341 pages 26 cm, ills, maps, index, [ca 1992]. Politics. Political parties. Elections. Americas. Caribbean area. Includes the WI. A guidebook for administrators and diplomats. A reference work. BL, Gos, LOC.

 

COHEN, Daniel – Voodoo, Devils and the New Invisible World. (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co) 204 pages, 1972. Religion. Voodoo. Devils. Caribbean area. Includes the WI. Lag.

 

COHEN, David William, and Jack P GREEN, ed - Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History, Vol 3) xi,344 pages hb, 1972; (ibidem) 357 pages pb, 1972. Sociology. Freedmen. Slave societies. New World. Caribbean area. A collection of essays. BL, Bro, Ch.H, Com, LOC, Whi.

 

COHEN, Robert J - Jews in Another Environment: Surinam in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. (Leiden and New York: EJ Brill) xv,350 pages, charts, 1991. History. Religion. Judaica. Suriname. BL, LOC.

 

COHEN, Robert J, ed - The Jewish Nation in Surinam: Historical Essays. (Amsterdam: S Emmering) 103 pages, biblio, 1982. History. Religion. Judaica. Surinam. A collection of articles. BL, Bro, Gos, LOC.

 

COHEN, Shlomo - Bahamas Diver's Guide. (Tel Aviv: Seapen's Diver's Guides) 168 pages pb, 191 col photos, 10 maps, 29 diagrams, 1989. Travel. Descriptive. Bahamas. A guidebook for divers. Whi.

 

COHEN, Shlomo, ed - The Caribbean Columbus Log, A-Z. (Kingston: Kingston P. Tel Aviv: Seapen) 1 vol [58] pages pamph, col ills, 1 map, 1992; (ibidem) pamph, 1994. Discovery. Exploration. Christopher Columbus. Logs. Caribbean area. A children's book. Ban, Bow, LOC.

 

COHEN, Shlomo, and Roni COHEN - Cayman Diver's Guide. (Tel Aviv: Seapen's Diver's Guides) 156 pages pb, 170 col and b&w photos, 54 maps, 1991. Travel. Descriptive. Cayman Islands. A guidebook for divers. Bo.C, Whi.

 

COHEN, Steve - Adventure Guide to Jamaica. (Edison, NJ: Hunter Publishing) 276 pages, col ills, 1988; (ibidem) 228 pages pb, 1992; (ibidem) 320 pages pb, col plates, 1996 3rd ed; (ibidem) 277 pages pb, col plates, 1977 3rd ed. Travel. Descriptive. Jamaica. A guidebook for tourists. By a travel writer (1950-). Bow, LOC.

 

COHEN STUART, Bertie A, comp - Women in the Caribbean: An Annotated Bibliography. (The Hague: Smits. Leiden: RILA, Dep't of Caribbean Studies) 170 pages 24 cm, biblio, 1979. Gender studies. Women. Caribbean area. A bibliography. A list of 651 annotated references. Bob, Bro, Cev, Ch.T, Gos, Jor, LOC, Mom, My.R, New, Pot, Sch, W&D.

 

COHEN STUART, Bertie A, comp - Women in the Caribbean: A Bibliography: Part Two. (Leiden: RILA, Dep’t of Caribbean Studies) 246 pages, 1985. Gender studies. Women. Caribbean area. A bibliography. Intended as a supplement to the above volume, with items from 1979-85 along with earlier works omitted from the previous volume. Bro, Mom, Pot, Sch, W&D.

 

COISCOU, GE Ornes – [See: ORNES COISCOU]

 

COKE, Lloyd B, and PI GOMES, and AM GAJRAJ - The Agriculture Sector and Environment Issues. (Mona: UWI, ISER) 183 pages pb, tables, 1984. Agriculture. Environment. Caribbean area. Ban, LOC.

 

COKE, Thomas - The Case of the Caribbs in St Vincent (The Copy of a Letter from a Gentleman in St Vincent . . . Containing a Short History of the Caribbs.) (sl, [London]) 23 pages 12mo pamph, [ca 1787]. Colonial administration. Black Caribs. St Vincent. Designed to raise funds for a Carib school. The letter was from George Davidson. See also W Young. Exceptionally scarce. BL, My.A, Rag, Sab 18727.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Continuation of Doctor Coke's Journal: In Two Letters to the Rev John Wesley. (London: J Paramore) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1787. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. A continuation of his "An Extract from the Journal . . ." Exceptionally scarce. BL, Sab 14242.

 

COKE, Thomas - An Extract from the Journal of the Rev Doctor Coke's Journal, from Gravesend to Antigua, in a letter to the Rev John Wesley. (London: J Paramore) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1787. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Antigua. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Rag, Sab 14242.

 

COKE, Thomas - Extracts of the Journal of the Late Rev Thomas Coke Comprising Several Visits to North America and the West Indies; his Tour through a Part of Ireland . . . To which Is Prefixed a Life of the Doctor. (Dublin: Printed by R Napper) 271 pages 12mo, 1816. Church. Religion. Methodists. Caribbean area. Very scarce. BL, LOC.

 

COKE, Thomas - Extracts of the Journals of the Rev Dr Coke's Five Visits to America. (London: Printed by G Paramore) 195 pages 12mo, 1793. Church. Religion. Methodists. Caribbean area. The 2nd, 3rd and 5th visits were largely confined to the WI. Very scarce. Han, LOC, Rag, Sab 14243.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Farther Account of the Late Missionaries to the West Indies: In a Letter from the Rev Dr Coke to the Rev J Wesley. (London) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1789. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. BL, LOC, Rag.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Farther Continuation of Doctor Coke's Journal: In a Letter to the Rev John Wesley. (London: J Paramore) 11 pages 12mo pamph, 1787. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. A continuation of his "A Continuation . . ." Exceptionally scarce. BL, LOC, Rag, Sab 14242.

 

COKE, Thomas - A History of the West Indies, Containing the Natural, Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Each Island: with an account of the missions instituted in those islands, from the commencement of their civilizations; but more especially of the missions which have been established in that archipelago by the society late in connexion with the Rev John Wesley. (Liverpool: A Paris, Printed by Nuttal, Fisher & Dixon) 3 vols, 459+463+543 pages 8vo, folding plates, 1 col folding map, 1808-1811 1st ed; (New York: Mnemosyne Publishing) 3 vols, 459+463+543 pages hb, folding plates, 1 col folding map, 1969 facs ed; (London: Frank Cass, Library of WI Studies, No 21) 3 vols, 459+463+543 pages hb, 1971 facs ed; (New York: Irvington Publications, Black Heritage Library Collection) 3 vols, 459+463+543 pages hb, 1977 facs ed. History. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. A source work for the establishment of Methodist missions in the West Indies; draws widely on sources now irrecoverable; intended to supplement B Edwards by recording the progress of Christianity in the Antilles. The 3 vols of the 1st edition were published in 1808, 1810, and 1811 respectively. 1st edition very scarce. Bar, Bay, Be.A, BL, Bow, Com, Cu.W, Gos, Gri, Han, My.D, My.R, Pot, Rag, RES, Sab 14244, Whi.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Journal of the Reverend Doctor Coke's Third Tour through the West Indies: In Two Letters to the Rev John Wesley. (London: Printed by G Paramore) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1791. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. There were 2 other parts published 1791-92. All parts exceptionally scarce. BL, LOC, Sab 14246.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Journal of the Rev Doctor Coke's Visit to Jamaica, and of his Third Tour on the Continent of America. (London) 16 pages 12mo pamph, 1789. Church. Religion. Methodists. Jamaica. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Rag, Sab 14245.

 

COKE, Thomas - Some Account of the Late Missionaries to the West Indies in two letters from the Rev Dr Coke to the Rev John Wesley. (London) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1789; (Dublin) 12 pages 12mo pamph, 1789. Church. Religion. Methodists. John Wesley. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Han, Rag, RES.

 

COKE, Thomas - A Statement of the Receipts and Disbursements for the Support of the Missions Established by the Methodist Society, for the Instruction and Conversion of the Negroes in the West Indies, Etc. (London) 94 pages 12mo, 1794. Church. Religion. Methodists. Receipt. Disbursements. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. BL.

 

COKE, Thomas - Statements of the Receipts and Disbursements for the Support of the Missions Established by the Methodist Society for the Instruction and Conversion of the Negroes in the West Indies. (London: Sold by G Whitefield) 195 pages 12mo, 1793 1st ed. Church. Religion. Methodists. Receipts. Disbursements. Caribbean area. A useful source for the study of Methodism in the WI. Very scarce. Han, Rag, Sab 14248.

 

COKE, Thomas - To the Benevolent Subscribers for the Support of the Missions Carried on by Voluntary Contributions in the British West Indies, for the Benefit of the Negroes and Caribs. (London) 20 pages 12mo pamph, 1799. Church. Religion. Methodists. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Rag.

 

COKE, Thomas - [British Methodist minister (1747-1814); superintendent of the Methodist Church in America. See: WA Candler; and GE Laurence and C Dorsett; and W Moister.]

 


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