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DE ACOSTA, Joseph - The Natural and Moral Historie of the East and West Indies by Father Joseph de Acosta. Reprinted from the English Translated Edition of Edward Grimstone. (London: Hakluyt Society, 1st Series, No 60-61) 2 vols, hb, 1 folding map, 1880 1st ed; (ibidem) 2 vols, 1894; (New York: Burt Franklyn) 2 vols, hb, [ca 1960] facs ed; (ibidem) 2 vols, xlv,551 pages, 1970 rep. Discovery. Exploration. Caribbean area. A new edition of the 1604 Val Sims edition; the Hakluyt edition edited by CR Markham. The Franklyn is a reprint of the 1880 edition. Also extracted at Vol XV, pp 1-148 of Hakluytus Posthumus. 1st edition scarce. Hum, LOC.

 

DE ACOSTA, Joseph - The Natvrall and Morall Historie of the East and West Indies. Intreating of the Remarkable Things of Heaven, of the Elements, Mettalls, Plants and Beasts which Are Proper to that Country: Together with the Manners, Ceremonies, Lawes, Governments, and Warres of the Indians. Written in Spanish by Joseph Acosta, and Translated into English by E.G. (London: Printed by Val Sims for Edward Blount and William Aspley) 590 pages 4to, 1604. Discovery. Exploration. Caribbean area. One of the leading authorities on the ancient civilizations of Peru and Mexico. Does not really concern the WI. A translation by Edward Grimstone. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Cu.W, Sab 131.

 

DE ACOSTA, Joseph - [Early Spanish missionary and author (1540-1600). LOC.]

 

DE ACUNA, Christoval – [Spanish priest and explorer (1597-ca 1676); not connected with the West Indies; explored and described the Amazon River. Web page.]

 

DE ACUNA, Christoval, and Mons ACARETE, and J GRILLET, and F BECHAMEL - Voyages and Discoveries in South-America. The First up the River of Amazons to Quito, in Peru, and back again to Brazil, Perform’d at the Command of the King of Spain. By Christopher d’Acugna. The Second up the River of Plata, and thence by Land to the Mines of Patosi. By Mons Acarete. The Third from Cayenne into Guiana, in Search of the Lake of Parima, Reputed the Richest Place in the World. By Mr J Grillet and F Bechamel. Done into English from the Originals. (London: S Buckley) 190,79,68 pages 8vo, 2 maps, 1698. Discovery. Exploration. Amazon. Peru. Patosi. Cayenne. Guyana. Lake Parima. Caribbean area. Contains 3 works with separate titles and pagination. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Cu.W, LOC, Sab 152.

 

DE AGUILA, Juan - Cuba: Dilemma of a Revolution . . . [See: DEL AGUILA.]

 

DE ALBUQUERQUE, Klaus - The Social Implications of Various Political Status Options for the United States Virgin Islands. (Charlotte Amalie: UVI) 1989. Politics. Constitutional. Status. St Croix. St Thomas. United States Virgin Islands.

 

DE ALBUQUERQUE, Klaus, and William STINNER, ed - Return Migration and Remittances: Developing a Caribbean Perspective. (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, RIIES Occasional Papers, No 3) 322 pages, 1982. Sociology. Immigration. Return migration. Remittances. Economics. Caribbean area. BL, Bra, LOC, W&D.

 

DE ALBUQUERQUE, Klaus - [Uganda-born US sociologist (1946-1999); taught sociology and anthropology at Charleston College.]

 

DE ALCEDO, Don Antonio – [Spanish author (1735-1812). See: GA Thompson. LOC.]

 

DE ANGLERIA – [See: P Martyr]

 

DE ARAUJO, Jose Emelio G - The Communal Enterprise. (Kingston: Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences) 43 pages pamph, biblio, 1978. Agriculture. Small farming. Land use. Economics. Collectives. Jamaica. Describes the advantages of collective action as a part of agrarian reform and land distribution. Car.

 

DE ARAUJO, Jose Emelio G - The Theory behind the Community Enterprise: Seminar in Jamaica. (Kingston: Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences) 13 pages pamph, 1978. Agriculture. Small farming. Economics. Land use. Collectives. Jamaica. Car.

 

DE ARELLANO, AB Ramirez – [See: RAMIREZ DE ARELLANO]

 

DE ARMAS, Jose R, and Charles W STEELE - Cuban Consciousness in Literature, 1923-1974. (Miami: Ediciones Universal, Coleccion Antologias Series) 243 pages pb, 1978. Literary criticism. Cuba. Bow, Chi.

 

DE ARMAS Y CARDENAS, J – Duty of the United States in Cuba. (Havana) 1906. International relations. United States. Cuba. A collection of newspaper articles. Scarce. Tra.

 

DE ARMAS Y CESPEDES, J – Position of the United States on the Cuban Question. (New York) 1872. International relations. Ten Years’ War for Independence, 1868-1878. United States. Cuba. Explains the background. Scarce. Tra.

 

DE ATHE, R - Wildlife Description and Nature Program Proposals for Brimstone Hill, St Kitts. (Quebec: Vanier College P) 1990. Wildlife. Brimstone Hill. St Kitts.

 

DE AVELLANEDA, G Gomez – [See: GOMEZ DE AVELLANEDA]

 

DE AYALA, Juan - A Letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, 1503. (Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P. London: Oxford UP) [6],93 pages, ills, 1 col map, 1961; (ibidem) [6],93 pages, ills, 1 col map, [1965]. Discovery. Exploration. Ferdinand. Isabella. Hispaniola. Describes political and economic conditions in Hispaniola; brings out the differences of interest between the old-timers and the latecomers from Spain. By a resident of Españiola (fl 1500). Translated with commentary by Charles E Nowell. BL, Gri, Lag.

 

DE BEERS, John S - A Study of Puerto Rico's Banking System. By John S DeBeers. (San Juan: Puerto Rico’s Finance Council) 160 pages 23 cm, tables, charts, biblio, 1960; (ibidem) 160 pages, 1963. Economics. Banking. Finance. Puerto Rico. Reviews the facilities that the banking system provides for various sectors of the economy in the 1950s with recommendations for improvement. Bay, Cev, LOC, Viv.

 

DE BEET, Christoffel, and Miriam Elizabeth STERMAN - People in Between: The Matawai Maroons of Suriname. (Meppel: Krips Repro) 530 pages 23 cm, ills, maps, biblio, 1981. Sociology. Maroons. Matawai. Suriname. BL, Bro.

 

DE BELLOY, Auguste, Marquis - Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of the New World; from the French of M Le Marquis de Belloy. (London) 226 pages 4to, ills, 1 plate, 1885. Descriptive. Discovery. Exploration. Christopher Columbus. Caribbean area. A biography. By a French author (1815-1871). Scarce. LOC, RES.

 

DE BESAULT, Lawrence - President Trujillo, His Work and the Dominican Republic. (Washington, DC: Washington Publishing Co) 344 pages hb, plates, 1936 1st ed; (ibidem) 509 pages, plates, 1941 2nd ed. Descriptive. Politics. Raphael Leonidas Trujillo. Dominican Republic. A highly complimentary biography of the dictator. Bay, Tra.

 

DE BOBADILLA, Francisco – [Spanish colonial administrator; superseded Columbus as governor in Santo Domingo,1500-1502.]

 

DE BOER, Bart A – Flamingos on Bonaire and Venezuela. (Willemstad: Carmabi, Stinapa Documentation Series No 3, ICUN/WWF Project No 1344) 59 pages 24 cm pamph, ills, 1979. Wildlife. Ornithology. Flamingos. Venezuela. Bonaire. Netherlands Antilles.

 

DE BOER, Bart A et al – Antillean Fish Guide. (Curacao: Carmabi, Stinapareeks No 7) 110 pages 24 cm, ills, 1973. Marine resources. Netherlands Antilles. A guidebook for fishermen.

 

DE BOER, CN - Promotion of Intra-Caribbean Trade: Fruit and Vegetables. (The Hague: Netherlands Bureau for International Technical Assistance) iii,173 pages, 1963. Economics. Trade. Agriculture. Tropical fruit. Vegetables. Caribbean area. A technical assistance report. Bay, LOC, Pos.

 

DE BOER, MWH – Landforms and Soils in Eastern Surinam, South America. (Wageningen: Centre for Agricultural Publishing & Documentation, Agricultural Research Reports, No 771) 169 pages, 1972. Geology. Soils. Landforms. Suriname. A technical assistance report. Com.

 

DE BOISSIERE, Jean – Picong: An Anthology of Creole Humour. (Port-of-Spain) 46 pages pb, [ca 1946]. Linguistics. Humour. Picong. Trinidad. Scarce.

 

DE BOISSIERE, Jean – Trinidad, Land of the Rising Inflection. (Port-of-Spain) 60 pages pb, [ca 1946]. Linguistics. Rising inflection. Trinidad. Scarce.

 

DE BOISSIERE, Jean, ed - Cooking Creole: Suggestions on Making Creole Food. (Port-of-Spain: Cosmopolitan Printery) 55 pages pamph, [ca 1950] 4th ed. Food. Nutrition. Caribbean area. A cookbook. All issues scarce.

 

DE BOISSIERE, Marie - Abbey in the Caribbean: Mount St Benedict. (sl, [Port-of-Spain]) 16 pages pamph, 8 col plates, [ca 1947]. Church. Religion. Roman Catholics. Mount St Benedict. Trinidad. A local history of a Benedictine monastery. Scarce.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Archaeology of the Virgin Islands. (New York: Museum of the American Indians, Heye Foundation) 100 pages, ills, 20 plates, maps, 1919. Archaeology. Island Caribs. St Croix. St Thomas. United States Virgin Islands. Scarce. LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Certain Kitchen-Middens in Jamaica. (Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Co) 9 pages pamph, ills, plates, 1913. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Kitchen middens. Jamaica. Scarce. LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Certain West Indian Superstitions Pertaining to Celts. ((New York: Museum of the American Indians, Heye Foundation) 4 pages pamph, 1915. Archaeology. Superstitions. Celts. Island Caribs. A reprint of pages 78-82 of the “Journal of American Folklore,” Vol XXVIII, No CVII, January-March, 1915. Scarce. LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Lucayan Artifacts from the Bahamas. (Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Co) 7 pages pamph, ills, plates, 1913. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Lucayans. Bahamas. Reprinted from “The American Anthropologist.” Scarce. LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Pottery from Certain Caves in Eastern Santo Domingo. (Lancaster, PA: The New Era Printing Co) 18 pages pamph, ills, plates, 1953. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Dominican Republic. Reprinted from “The American Anthropologist.” LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – Santo Domingo Kitchen-Midden and Burial Mound. (New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Indian Notes and Monographs, Vol 1, No 2) 30 pages pamph, ills, 1 folding plan, 1919. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Dominican Republic. Scarce. LOC.

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas – [US archaeologist (1882-1919). LOC.]

 

DE BOOY, Theodore Hendrik Nikolaas, and John Thomson FARIS - The Virgin Islands: Our New Possessions, and the British Islands. (Philadelphia and London: JB Lippincott Co) 292 pages 8vo hb, 97 ills, 5 folding maps, biblio, 1918 1st ed; (Westport, CT: Negro UP, Greenwood Publishing Group) 292 pages hb, ills, maps, biblio, 1970 rep. Descriptive. St Croix. St Thomas. St John. Tortola. Anegada. Virgin Gorda. United States Virgin Islands. British Virgin Islands. 1st edition scarce. Bay, BL, Bow, Co.C, Com, Gos, LOC, RES.

 

DE BOUILLE, Marquis – [See: "Request from the Inhabitants . . ."]

 

DE BRAHM, John Gerar William – The Atlantic Pilot. (London: Printed for the Author by T Spilsburg, and Sold by S Leacroft) viii,25 pages, folding tables, 3 folding maps, 1772; (Gainesville: UP of Florida) lxvii,viii,25 pages, 3 folding maps, 1974 facs ed. Travel. Descriptive. Caribbean area. A guidebook for mariners. All early issues scarce. BL, LOC.

 

DE BRAHM, John Gerar William – The Atlantic Pilot . . . from the Gulf of Mexico along Cuba and the Martieres through the New Bahama Channel . . . (sl, [London]) 1776. Travel. Descriptive. Caribbean area. A guidebook for mariners. Another edition of the above. Exceptionally scarce. Cu.W, Rag.

 

DE BRAHM, John Gerar William – [French-born naval surveyor (1717-1799); engineer to the Emperor Charles VII; migrated to Georgia in 1751; appointed by the Board of Trade to be Surveyor General of the Southern District of the British colonies in America and Surveyor General of East Florida in 1765.]

 

DE BRUIN, Marjan, ed - Women and Caribbean Media. (Mona: UWI, CARIMAC) 76 pages, 1994. Mass communications. Gender studies. Women. Caribbean area. A collection of papers. LOC.

 

DE BRY, Theodore – [Engraver. See: S Lorant.]

 

DE BUISONJE, PH - Neogene and Quaternary Geology of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire. (Amsterdam: Martinus Nijhoff, Uitgaven Natuurwetenschappelijke Studiekring voor Suriname en de Nederlandse Antillen, No 78) 293 pages 24 cm pb, 12 figs, 34 photos, 13 plates, 4 col folding maps in pocket, biblio, 1974. Geology. Aruba. Curacao. Bonaire. Netherlands Antilles. A scholarly work dealing with the oldest Neogene limestone unit exposed. Bow, Com, Sch.

 

DE BUISONJE, PH, and JI ZONNEVELD - Caracasbaai: A Submarine Slide of a Huge Coastal Fragment in Curacao. (Utrecht: Foundation for Scientific Research in Suriname & the NA) 88 pages, 1976. Geology. Coastal zones. Caracasbaai. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. Car.

 

DE BURGOS, Julia – [PR author (1914-1953). See: F Rivera.]

 

DE CAMP, David, and Ian F HANCOCK, ed Pidgins and Creoles: Current Trends and Prospects. (Washington, DC: Georgetown UP) 137 pages, 1974. Linguistics. Dialects. Creole. Pidgins. Caribbean area. Includes the WI. Com.

 

DE CARDONA, M Robles – [See: ROBLES DE CARDONA]

 

DE CASTRO, R Baldorioty – [See: BALDORIOTY DE CASTRO]

 

DE CASTRO, Steve - The Petrochemicals Sector Study. (Mona: UWI) 1977. Economics. Mining. Petrochemicals. Caribbean area. Car.

 

DE CASTRO, Steve - Problems of the Caribbean Air Transport Industry. (Mona: UWI, ISER, Studies in Regional Economic Integration) 25 pages pamph, 2 ills, 2 tables, 1967. Economics. Public transportation. Aviation. Caribbean area. Treats problems of the region's air industry. Ing, Com, LOC, W&D

 

DE CASTRO, Steve - Tax Holidays for Industry: Why we have to abolish them and how to do it. (Kingston: New World Pamphlet No ) 6 pages pamph, 1973. Economics. Taxation. Fiscal incentives. Business development. Caribbean area.

 

DE CASTRO, Steve, and Raj BARDOVILLE, and Trevor FARRELL, and Mel GAJRAJ - Technology Transfer and Capability in Selected Areas: Studies from the Caribbean. (Mona: UWI, ISER) 252 pages pb, 50 tables, 3 ills, 1985. Technology. Caribbean area. Ban, Gos, LOC.

 

DE CESPEDES, Carlos Manuel – [Cuban revolutionary; president of the Republic under the Ten Years War for Independence.]

 

DE CHAMPLAIN, Samuel - Narrative of a Voyage to the West Indies and Mexico in the Years 1599-1602. By Samuel Champlain. Translated from the Original and Unpublished Manuscript, with Biographical Notice and Notes . . . (London: Hakluyt Society, 1st Series, No 23) xcix,48 pages 8vo hb, 10 plates, maps, 1857 1st ed; (ibidem) xcix,48 pages 8vo hb, 10 plates, maps, 1859; (New York: Burt Franklyn) xcix,48 pages hb, col ills, maps, [1964] facs ed. Descriptive. Early voyages. Canada. Cuba. Passim WI. Recommends the uniting of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Edited by Alice Wilmere and Norton Shaw. The Franklyn is a reprint of the 1857 edition. 1st edition very scarce; 2nd edition scarce. BL, Cu.W, Hum, LOC, My.A, Sab 11842.

 

DE CHAMPLAIN, Samuel - Voyages to New France. Being a Narrative of the Many Remarkable Things that Happened in the West Indies in the Years 1599 to 1601, with an Account of the Manners and Customs of the Savages of Canada and a Description of that Country in the year 1603. (Ottawa: Oberon P) 127 pages, ills, biblio, [ca 1970]; (ibidem) 111 pages hb, 1971; (ibidem) 111 pages pb, 1971. Descriptive. Early voyages. Canada. Cuba. Passim WI. A new edition of the above. Translated by Michael Macklem, introduction by Edward Miles. BL, LOC.

 

DE CHAMPLAIN, Samuel - [French explorer (1567-1635); governor of Canada. Web page ]

 

DE CHARLEVOIX, Pierre Francois Xavier - Journal of a Voyage to North America. Undertaken by Order of the French King. Containing the Geographical Description and Natural History of that Country, Particularly Canada, together with an Account of the Customs, Characters, Religion, Manners and Traditions of the Original Inhabitants, in a Series of Letters to the Dutchess of Lesdiguieres. (London: R&F Dodsley) 2 vols, viii,302+viii,380,xxii pages 8vo, 1 map, 1761; (Chicago: The Caxton Club) 2 vols, frontis, 1 folding map, 1923; (Ann Arbor: U Microfilms) 2 vols, 1 map, 1966. Descriptive. Early voyages. North America. Haiti. Passim WI. 1st edition very scarce. BL, LOC, Sab 12139.

 

DE CHARLEVOIX, Pierre Francois Xavier - Letters to the Dutchess of Lesdiguieres; Giving an Account of a Voyage to Canada, and Travels through that Vast Country and Louisiana, to the Gulf of Mexico. Undertaken by Order of the Present King of France. By Father Charlevoix. Being a more full and Accurate Description of Canada, and the Neighbouring Countries than Has Been before Published. Including also an Account of the Author's Shipwreck in the Channel of Bahama, and Return in a Boat to the Mississippi, along the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico, with his voyage from thence to St Domingo, and back to France. (London: Printed for R Goadby, and Sold by R Baldwin) xiv,384 pages 8vo, 1 map, 1763. Descriptive. Early voyages. Canada. Louisiana. Haiti. Passim WI. Very scarce. LOC, Sab 12140.

 

DE CHARLEVOIX, Pierre Francois Xavier - A Voyage to North America: Undertaken by Command of the Present King of France. Containing the Geographical Description and Natural History of that Country, Particularly Canada, together with an Account of the Customs, Characters, Religion, Manners and Traditions of the Original Inhabitants, in a Series of Letters to the Duchess of Lesdiguieres. (Dublin: Printed for John Exshaw, and James Potts) 2 vols, iil,228+335 pages 17 cm 8vo, 1+1 plates, 3+5 folding maps, 1766. Descriptive. Early voyages. North America. Haiti. Passim WI. Very scarce. LOC, Sab 12143.

 

DE CHARLEVOIX, Pierre Francois Xavier - [French Jesuit priest and missionary (1682-1761); explorer of North America; spent time in Quebec before arriving in St Louis and travelling south to New Orleans and thence to Santo Domingo. Web page. LOC.]

 

DE CHARMILLY, Venault – [See: VENAULT DE CHARMILLY]

 

DE CINTRON, C Fernandez – [See: FERNANDEZ DE CINTRON]

 

DE COLON, P Pagan – [See: PAGAN DE COLON]

 

DE CORDOVA, JR – [See: DECORDOVA]

 

DE CORDOVA, L Phelps – [See: PHELPS DE CORDOVA]

 

DE COMEAU, A – [See: RPF Edwards]

 

DE COSCO, A – [See: C Columbus, "Letter of Christopher Columbus, the Great Benefactor . . ."]

 

DE COTEAU, RC et al – Report of the Division of Agriculture, Haitian Department of Agriculture, National Resources and Rural Development. (Port-au-Prince) 40 pages pamph, 1960. Agriculture. Small farming. Economics. Public administration. Agricultural policy. Haiti. Lag.

 

DE DIEGO MARTÍNEZ, Jose – [See: DE DIEGO MARTINEZ]

 

DE DIEGO MARTINEZ, Jose – Porto Rican Citizenship: Open Letter from Speaker Jose de Diego of the House of Delegates of Porto Rico to US Senator Miles Poindexter. (San Juan: Porto Rico Progress Publishing Co) 23 pages 20 cm pamph, 1913. Colonial administration. Politics. Citizenship. Puerto Rico. Revolves around the discussion of US citizenship; dispels the notion that it was wanted by all Puerto Ricans. By a Puerto Rican poet and patriot (1867-1918). See: P Stirling; and JN Tuck. Scarce. LOC, Viv.

 

DE DIOS TEJADA Y SAINZ, Juan - Glossary of Cuban Woods. An illustrated presentation of the Cuban woods of greatest interest to architects, engineers, interior decorators, cabinet-makers, craftsmen and students of silvics . . . (Habana: Editoria Mercantil Cubana) xii,82 pages, b&w plates, 1947. Forestry. Timber. Construction. Furniture. Cuba. Scarce. Bow.

 

DE ESPINOSA, Antonio Vazquez - Compendium and Description of the West Indies. (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Inst, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol 102) xii,862 pages 24 cm pb, 1942; (ibidem) xii,862 pages 24 cm hb, dj, 1968. Descriptive. Early voyages. Caribbean area. Translated and edited from an anonymous manuscript in the Vatican Library discovered in 1929 by Charles Upton Clarke. A Spanish monk (?-1630); travelled mainly in Peru and Mexico. Com, Bay, LOC, My.A. Web page.

 

DE ESQUIVEL, Juan – [Spanish colonial administrator (?-1513); established first colony on Jamaica in 1509. Web page.]

 

DE FANA, Angel, and Amaya SANCHEZ – Human Rights in Cuba: An Experiential Perspective. (Miami: U of Miami, Research Institute for Cuban Studies) [ca 1991]. Law. Human rights. Cuba.

 

DE FOUR, Linda Claudia - Gimme Room to Sing. Calypsos of the Mighty Sparrow, 1958-1993: A Discography. (St Augustine: Published by the Author) 302 pages pb, 1993. Music. Calypso. Mighty Sparrow. Slinger Francisco. Trinidad.

 

DE FREITAS, Michael - [Trinidadian criminal. See: MA Malik.]

 

DE GALÍNDEZ SUÁREZ, Jesús – [See: DE GALINDEZ SUAREZ]

 

DE GALINDEZ SUAREZ, Jesus - The Era of Trujillo, the Dominican Dictator. (Tuson: U of Arizona P) xxvii,298 pages 23 cm pb, ills, biblio, 1973; (Ann Arbor, MI: Books on Demand) 326 pages pb, [date?] rep. Politics. RL Trujillo-Molina. Dominican Republic. A strong denunciation of the cruelties, misdeeds, and appropriations of property by the dictator. An English version was submitted in 1956 as a dissertation at Columbia U, but was not published. By a Basque republican exile who lived for some time in the DR (1915-?); disappeared and is believed to have been killed by agents of Trujillo. See also AF Espaillat. Bow, Gos, LOC.

 

DE GARCIA, G Costellanos – [See: COSTELLANOS DE GARCIA]

 

DE GENNES, [?] – [See: F Froger.]

 

DE GOEJE, CH - The Arawak Language of Guiana. (Amsterdam: Noord-Hollandsche Uitg Mij) 302 pages hb, biblio, 1928. Linguistics. Arawak language. Amerindians. Guyana. Co.C, Com, Jor.

 

DE GOLIA, Darwin Paul – Porto Rico: What it Produces and What it Buys. By Darwin De Golia, with foreword by Theodore Roosevelt, Governor of Porto Rico. (Washington, DC: Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce, Gov’t Printer) ii,61 pages 24 cm, tables, 1932. Colonial administration. Trade. Puerto Rico. An official government report. Foreword by governor Theodore Roosevelt. Author (1904-1968). LOC, Viv.

 

DE GOMARA, Francisco Lopez - The Conquest of the West India, 1578. (New York: Scholar's Facsimiles & Reprints) xxi,405 pages 8vo, 1940; (Ann Arbor: U Microfilms) 405 pages, 1966. Discovery. Exploration. Caribbean area. Mainly Mexico; contains nothing on the WI. A new edition, with an introduction by HI Priestley, of the earlier publication of 1578. Bay, BL, Hum, LOC.

 

DE GOMARA, Francisco Lopez - The Pleasant Historie of the Conquest of the West India, now Called New Spayne, Atchieued by the Worthy Prince Hernando Cortes . . . (Imprinted at London by Henry Bynneman) xii,405,iii pages 4to, 1578. Discovery. Exploration. Caribbean area. Describes the Spanish conquests in the Americas to the middle of the 16th century; relates mainly to Mexico and contains nothing on the WI. Rare. Sab 27751.

 

DE GOMARA, Francisco Lopez - The Pleasant Historie of the Conquest of the West India, now Called New Spaine. Atchieued by the Most Woorthie Prince Hernando Cortes . . . (London: Printed by Thomas Creede) xii,405,iii pages 4to, 1596 2nd ed. Discovery. Exploration. Caribbean area. Mainly Mexico; contains nothing on the WI. The 2nd edition of the 1758 work. Although the 2 English editions have the same number of pages, they differ throughout. Rare. LOC, Sab 27752.

 

DE GOMARA, Francisco Lopez - [Spanish historian (ca 1511-ca 1564). Web page. LOC.]

 

DE GRASSE, Count – [See: DE GRASSE-TILLY]

 

DE GRASSE-TILLY, Francois Joseph Paul, Marquis - [French admiral (1723-1788); known to the British as Count De Grasse. See: ND Davis; and "Operations of the French Fleet . . .;" and G Brydges. Web page. LOC.]

 

DE GROOT, Silvia W - Djuka Society and Social Change: History of an Attempt to Develop a Bush Negro Community in Surinam, 1917-1926. (Assen: Van Gorcum) xvi,256 pages 25 cm, ills, plates, maps, biblio, 1969. Sociology. Maroons. Djukas. Suriname. BL, Bro, Com, Coo, Gos, LOC, Pri.

 

DE GROOT, Silvia W - From Isolation towards Integration: The Surinam Maroons and Their Colonial Rulers; Official Documents relating to the Djukas, 1845-1863. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff) xi,113 pages 24 cm hb, maps, biblio, 1977. History. Maroons. Djukas. Suriname. BL, Bro, Car, LOC.

 

DE HAARTE, Norma – Guyana Betrayal. (Toronto: Sister Vision P) 269 pages 23 cm pb, [ca 1991]. Politics. Guyana. BL, LOC.

 

DE HARDING, Bertita Leonarz - The Land Columbus Loved: The Dominican Republic. (New York: Coward-McCann) viii,246 pages 8vo hb, dj, [1949] 1st ed; (New York: Gordon P) 246 pages hb, 1978 rep. Descriptive. Dominican Republic. Post-Trujillo arguments. Bay, BL, Bow, Car, Gos, LOC.

 

DE HASETH, Carel P – [Dutch pharmacist; head of the pharmacy dep’t of the St Elizabeth Hospital in Willemstad. See: CG Casseres.]

 

DE HERRERA TORDESILLAS, Antonio - The General History of the Vast Continent and Islands of America, Commonly Called the West Indies, from the First Discovery thereof: with the Best Accounts the people could give of their Antiquities, Collected from the Original Relations sent to the Kings of Spain; translated into English by Capt John Stevens; illustrated with cuts and maps. (London: Printed for Jer Batley at the Dove in Pater-noster-row) 6 vols, 379+436+418+ 422+430+408 pages 8vo, 2 portraits, 13 plates, 3 maps, 1725-1726 1st ed; (London: Wood & Woodward) 6 vols, 379+436+418+ 422+430+408 pages 8vo, plates, maps, 1740 2nd ed; (London: T Longman Etc) 6 vols, 379+436+418+ 422+430+408 pages 8vo, portraits, plates, maps, 1743 3rd ed; (ibidem) 6 vols, 379+436+418+ 422+430+408 pages 8vo, plates, maps, 1826; (New York: AMS Press) 6 vols, 379+436+418+ 422+430+408 pages 8vo, plates, maps, [1973] facs ed. Discovery. Exploration. History. Caribbean area. Extracted also at Vol XIV, pp. 427-592 of Hakluytus Posthumus. A translation of a Spanish work originally published, 1601-1625. Described as one of the great historical works and the most important and accurate work on the early history of America. By a Spanish historian (?-1625). 1st edition exceptionally scarce; 2nd and 3rd editions very scarce. BL, Bow, Cu.W, Hum, LOC, My.R, Sab 31557, 31558. Web page.

 

DE HEVESY, Andre - The Discoverer: A New Narrative of the Life and Hazardous Adventures of the Genoese, Christopher Columbus. Translated by Robert Myron Coates. (New York: Macauley) 285 pages 8vo, frontis, 10 plates, 1 map, 1928; (London: Thornton Butterworth) 287 pages 8vo, frontis, 10 plates, 1 map, 1929. Descriptive. Discovery. Exploration. Christopher Columbus. Caribbean area. A biography. Author (1882-?). BL, LOC

 

DE HOSTOS, Adolfo - Anthropological Papers. Based Principally on Studies of the Prehistoric Archaeology and Ethnology of the Greater Antilles. (San Juan: Bureau of Supplies, Printing & Transportation, Office of the Historian) 211 pages, 1941. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Puerto Rico. Dominican Republic. Chapters on pre-Columbian objects from PR as well as neighbouring islands. Scarce. Co.C, Com, Viv

 

DE HOSTOS, Adolfo - Caribbeans, Born and Bred. (New York: Vantage P) 206 pages, 1968. Anthropology. Puerto Rico. A study of descriptions and reminiscences, with an historical undertone, of life in Puerto Rico. Com, LOC, Viv

 

DE HOSTOS, Adolfo - Industrial Applications . . . [See: “Industrial Applications . . . “]

 

DE HOSTOS, Adolfo - [Archaeologist (1887-?); the son of EM de Hostos. LOC.]

 

DE HOSTOS, Eugenio Carlos, ed - Eugenio Maria De Hostos: Promoter of Pan Americanism: A Collection of Writings and a Bibliography. (Madrid: Impr J Bravo) 311 pages, 1 plate, biblio, 1954; (New York: Gordon P) 311 pages hb, 1 plate, biblio, 1976 rep. Politics. Integration. Latin America. Caribbean area. A collection of writings on his ideal of a united hemisphere. Bow, Gos.

 

DE HOSTOS, Eugenio Maria - [PR-born novelist, literary critic, teacher, and patriot (1839-1903); lived much of his life in exile. See: J Borda de Sainz; and EC De Hostos; and AS Pedreria; and JN Tuck. Viv.]

 

DE JONG, Kornelis M, and Henry A COOMANS – Marine Gastropods from Curacoa, Aruba and Bonaire. (Leiden: EJ Brill) 261 pages, 1988. Wildlife. Marine resources. Molluscs. Gastropods. Aruba. Bonaire. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. A study that is the result of many years of shell collecting in the NA. Describes 58 new species and 32 that need further investigation. BL, Sch.

 

DE JONG, Kornelis M – [Curacoan civil servant; inspector of weights and measures.]

 

DE JONGH, Kornelis M – [Spelling used by Schoenhals.]

 

DE JONGH, Gerald F – The Dutch in America, 1609-1975. (Boston: Twayne, The Immigrant Heritage of America Series) [13],326 pages 21 cm, 1 ill, biblio, index, 1975. History. Suriname. Aruba. Curacao. St Maarten. Netherlands Antilles. Caribbean area. BL, Coo.

 

DE JONGH, Edith - The Royal Three Quarters of the Town of Charlotte Amalie: A Study of Architectural Details and Forms that Have Endured from 1837. (Chicago, IL: Mapes Monde Editore) 158 pages pb, ills, 1988. Architecture. Conservation. Charlotte Amalie. St Thomas. Danish West Indies. United States Virgin Islands. Bow.

 

DE JONNES, A Moreau – [See: MOREAU DE JONNES]

 

DE JOSSELIN DE JONG, Jan Petrus Benjamin - Archaeological Material from Saba and St Eustatius, Lesser Antilles. (Leiden: EJ Brill, Rijksmuseum voor volkenkunde, Mededelingen No 1) 54 pages pb, 16 plates, 1947. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Saba. St Eustatius. Netherlands Antilles. Bro, LOC.

 

DE JOSSELIN DE JONG, Jan Petrus Benjamin - The Precolumbian and Early Postcolumbian Population of Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire. (Leiden: EJ Brill) 114 pages, 1918. Archaeology. Island Caribs. Aruba. Bonaire. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. Bro.

 

DE JOSSELIN DE JONG, Jan Petrus Benjamin - [Dutch archaeologist (1886-1964). LOC. Web page.]

 

DE KADT, Emmanuel Jehuda, ed - Patterns of Foreign Interference in the Caribbean. (London and New York: Oxford UP, Published for the Royal Institute) 188 pages, 1 folding map, 1972. International relations. Caribbean area. A collection of essays. Bro, Com, Gos, Viv.

 

DE KAT ANGELINO, Arnold Dirk Adriaan - Colonial Policy. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff) 2 vols, 1931. Colonial administration. Suriname. Aruba. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. An abridged translation from the Dutch by GJ Renier. Author (1891-1969). Bro.

 

DE LA BASTIDE, Karl Phillipe de Jacques – Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Working of the Magistracy, St George West, 1977. (Port-of-Spain: Gov’t Printer) 37 pages, 1977. Law. Magistracy. Trinidad. An official government report. New.

 

DE LA BASTIDE, Michael – Presentation Address Delivered by the Hon Michael de la Bastide QC, on the Occasion of the Presentation of Graduates of the Hugh Wooding Law School, on Tuesday, October 16, 1979 at the John F Kennedy Auditorium, University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad. (St Augustine: Council of Legal Education) 17 pages pamph, 1979. Law. Education. Caribbean area. A speech. By a Trinidad-born barrister, later C-J of T&T. New.

 

DE LA BECHE, Henry Thomas - Notes on the Present Condition of the Negroes in Jamaica. (London: Cadell) 63 pages 8vo pamph, 1825; (ibidem) 63 pages pamph, 1826. Colonial administration. Slavery. Jamaica. Contains useful observations on the slave codes and slavery conditions during a period of mounting Parliamentary intervention in the WI colonies to ameliorate the conditions of servitude and to alleviate the conditions of the free coloureds and the Jews. 1st edition exceptionally scarce; 2nd edition very scarce. Cu.J, Gri, RES, Sab 19323.

 

[DE LA BECHE, Henry Thomas] - A Planter's View of the Condition of the Negroes in Jamaica in 1824. (London: Ellerton & Henderson, Printers) 16 pages 8vo pamph, [ca 1825]. Colonial administration. Slavery. Jamaica. Authorship acknowledged inside. Exceptionally scarce. Sab 63326

 

DE LA BECHE, Henry Thomas - [British geologist and Jamaican absentee proprietor (1796-1855); proprietor of a sugar estate in the parish of Clarendon called Halse Hall, resided in Jamaica, 1823-1824.]

 

DE LA COVA, Antonio - US-Cuba Relations: The Regan Years. (Washington, DC: Selous Foundation) 250 pages, 1991. International relations. Ronald Reagan. United States. Cuba. Bow.

 

DE LA CRUZ, Jose Ysern - Preliminary Report of Air and Ocean Transportation in Selected Countries of the Caribbean. (San Juan: Caribbean Organization) 81 pages, 1963. Public transportation. Aviation. Shipping. Caribbean area. Mom.

 

DE LA RUE, Sidney – The Land of the Pepper Bird. (London: George P Putnam’s Sons) xii,330 pages, 50 ills, 1930. Wildlife. Ornithology. Pepper bird. Haiti. BL, Lag.

 

DE LA TORRE, Don JM – [See: RS Fisher]

 

DE LAGUNA, A Rodriguez-Seda – [See: RODRIGUEZ-SEDA DE LAGUNA]

 

DE LAMARTINE, Alphonse Marie Louis – The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus. (New York: P O’Shea) 125 pages, 1871. Descriptive. Discovery. Exploration. Christopher Columbus. Caribbean area. A biography. French writer, poet and politician (1790-1869); Web page. LOC.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - An Account of the First Voyages and Discoveries. Made by the Spaniards in America. . . By Don Bartholomew de las Casas . . . To which Is Added the Art of Travelling. (London: Printed by J Darby for D Brown . . .) 248,xl pages 8vo, 3 plates, 1699. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. This work comprises 6 of his famous 9 tracts against the mistreatment of the Indians. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Sab 11289.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - Devastation of the Indies: A Brief Account. Translated from the Spanish by Herma Briffault. Introduction by Bill M Donovan. (New York: Seabury P, a Continuum Book) 182 pages, frontis, [1974]; (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins UP) 144 pages 21 cm pb, 1992. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. A translation of his ‘Brevisima Relacion de la Destruccion de las Indias.’ BL, Bow, LOC.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - History of the Indies. (New York: Harper & Row, Torchbook Library Edition) xxvi,302 pages 22 cm hb, biblio, index, 1971; (ibidem) xxvi,302 pages 22 cm pb, biblio, index, 1971. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. Translated and edited by Andree M Collard. BL, Com, LOC, My.A.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - In Defense of the Indians: The Defense of the Most Reverend Lord, Don Fray Bartholome de Las Casas, of the Order of Preachers, Last Bishop of Chiapa, against the Persecutors and Slanderers of the People of the New World Discovered across the Seas. (DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois UP) xx,385 pages 25 cm, ills, plates, [ca 1974]; (ibidem) xxvi,385 pages 23 cm pb, plates, 1992 rev ed. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. Stafford Poole, editor and translator from the Latin. BL, Bow, LOC, My.A.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - Indian Freedom: The Cause of Bartolome de las Casas. A Reader. (Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward) 371 pages, [ca 1995]. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. A selection of his works translated with notes by Francis Patrick Sullivan. LOC.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - Popery and Slavery Display'd. Containing the Character of Popery, and a Relation of Popish Cruelties. Including the Spanish Butcheries on the Native Indians. (London: C Corbett) iv,76 pages pamph, 1745 1st ed; (ibidem) iv,76 pages 8vo pamph, 1745 2nd ed; (ibidem) 76 pages 8vo pamph, 1745 3rd ed; (London: C Corbett . . . & T Harris) 76 pages 8vo, 1745 4th ed. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. An abridgement by Thomas Harris. 1st edition exceptionally scarce; other issues very scarce. BL, Cu.W, Sab 39120, 64130.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - Popery Truly Display'd in its Bloody Colours: Or a Faithful Narrative of the Horrid and Unexampled Massacres, Butcheries and All Manner of Cruelties that Hell and Malice Could Invent, Committed by the Popish Spanish Party on the Inhabitants of West India . . . (London: Printed for R Hewson) 80 pages 4to pamph, 1689. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. Rare. Sab 11288.

 

[DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome] - A Relation of the First Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spaniards in America. With an Account of the Unparallel'd Cruelties on the Indians in the Destruction of above Forty Millions of People. By an eye-witness. (London: Printed for Daniel Brown) viii,248,40,iv pages 8vo, 2 folding plates, 1699. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. The same as his "An Account of the First . . ." with a different title page. Exceptionally scarce. Sab 39119.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies. (London: Penguin Classics) xlii,143 pages pb, ills, 1992. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. Translated by Nigel Griffin. BL, Bow, LOC.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - The Spanish Colonie, or Briefe Chronicle of the Acts and gests of the Spaniards in the West Indies called the newe World, for the Space of XL Yeeres . . . nowe translated into English by MMSLB. . . (London: For William Brome, Imprinted by Thomas Dawson) 66 pages 4to, 1583; (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Norwood, NJ: Walter J Johnson, The English Experience Series, No 859) [150] pages 22 cm, 1977 facs ed. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. A translation of ‘Brevissima Relacion de la Destruycion de las Indias.’ 1st edition rare. BL, Sab 11287.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - The Tears of the Indians: Being An Historical and true Account Of the Cruel Massacres and Slaughters of above Twenty Millions of innocent People Committed by the Spaniards in the Islands of Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, Etc, as also, in the Continent of Mexico, Peru, and other Places of the West Indies, to the Total Destruction of those Countries. (London: Printed by JC for Nath Brook) 134 pages 8vo, 1656. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. Exceptionally scarce. BL, Sab 11286.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - The Tears of the Indians, by Bartolome de las Casas, and The Life of Las Casas by Sir Arthur Helps. (Williamstown, MA: J Lilburn) xviii,84, xix,292 pages, 1 map, 1970. Discovery. Exploration. Island Caribs. Caribbean area. LOC.

 

DE LAS CASAS, Bartholome - [Spanish Roman Catholic priest (1474-1566); arrived in Hispaniola in 1502; first Catholic priest to be ordained in the Americas; first bishop of the WI where he lived, 1502-1550. See: H Gregoire; and L Hanke; and AG Helps; and "Life of Bartholomew . . .;" and E Jones; and FA Macnutt; and H Wagener. Web page.]

 

DE LATOUR, M Lefort - Map of St Lucia, 1787 . . . together with a General Description of the Island. (London: Colonial Office) 1787; (ibidem) 1883 rep. Descriptive. St Lucia. Originally a guide for would-be purchasers of land. 1st edition very scarce. Rag.

 

DE LATTRE, Rae – [See: DELATTRE]

 

DE LEEUW, Hendrik - Crossroads of the Buccaneers. (Philadelphia and London: JB Lippincott Co) 404 pages hb, biblio, dj, [1937] 1st ed; (New York and London: Arco Publishers) 404 pages 8vo hb, biblio, dj, 1957 rep. Travel. Descriptive. Suriname. Aruba. Curacao. Netherlands Antilles. Leeward Islands. Windward Islands. Haiti. Dominican Republic. A cruise narrative. A later version of the below work. Bay, Be.A, BL, Gos, Jor, LOC, Mol, My.D, My.R, Sch.

 

DE LEEUW, Hendrik - Crossroads of the Caribbean Sea. (New York: Julian Messner Inc) 331 pages hb, ills, maps, biblio, dj, [1935] 1st ed; (Philadelphia and London: JB Lippincott Co) 414 pages hb, ills, maps, biblio, dj, 1937; (New York: Garden City Publishing Co) 331 pages hb, ills, maps, biblio, 1938. Travel. Descriptive. Suriname. Curacao. Haiti. Dominican Republic. A cruise narrative. Bay, BL, Bro, Co.C, Com, Lag, LOC, Pri, Sch.

 

DE LEEUW, Hendrik - [Dutch-born US travel writer.]

 

DE LEON, Joy – Jamaica, a Travelogue. (sl: sn) 46 pages pamph, ills, 1951 2nd ed. Travel. Descriptive. Jamaica. A travelogue. LOC.

 

DE LEON, Rafael - Calypso from France to Trinidad. (sl: Printed by General Printers of San Juan) 249 pages, [ca 1985]. Music. Calypso. Trinidad. The 'Roaring Lion's' self-published work bizarrely insists that calypso is of French and not African origin, but it has interesting recollections. LOC.

 

DE LIMA, Arthur - The De Limas of Frederick Street. (Port-of-Spain: Inprint Caribbean) xx,170 pages, photos, ills, 1981. Genealogy. Immigration. Trinidad. A family memoir. The story of Spanish/Portuguese immigrants to Trinidad. By a Trinidadian author whose correct name was Luis Arturo De Lima (1915-1997). LOC.

 

DE LISSER, Herbert George - In Jamaica and Cuba. (Kingston: The Gleaner Co) 164 pages hb, 24 plates, 1910. Descriptive. Jamaica. Cuba. Scarce. Com, LOC, RES.

 

DE LISSER, Herbert George - Jamaica and the Great War. (Kingston: Gleaner P) 135 pages 8vo, portraits, plates, [1917]. Descriptive. Military. Great War. Jamaica. Its part in WW I. Scarce. BL.

 

DE LISSER, Herbert George - Twentieth Century Jamaica. (Kingston: Jamaica Times Ltd) 208 pages 20 cm pb, 19 ills, 1913 1st ed; (London: Hollis & Carter) 1949. Descriptive. Jamaica. A study of social, economic and political conditions at the start of the century. 1st edition Scarce. Bay, BL, Co.C, Com, Gos, Ing, LOC, RES.

 

DE LISSER, Herbert George - [Jamaica-born novelist, editor, and journalist (1878-1944). See: K Ramchand; and WA Roberts. Dan, Her.]

 

DE LOPINOT, CJ, Compt – [See: JD Elder]

 

DE LORGUES, Roselly – [See: ROSELLY DE LORGUES]

 

DE LOUBRIEL, E Cifre – [See: CIFRE DE LOUBRIEL]

 


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