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    • Reflections on the Rebellion in St. Thomas in the East for today, July 11, 2004.

    • Insurgency-Jamaica-History; Slave insurrections-Jamaica-History-18th century; Jamaica-History-Morant Bay rebellion, 1865-1866;Maroons-Jamaica; Heroes-Jamaica; Jamaica-History
    • The causes and structures of slave revolts in Jamaica are discussed in this article. It also looks into the role of Maroons in slave uprisings. It questions if we can have a non-violent Morant Bay Rebellion today, and says that in order to have...
    • Senate meeting, UWI, Mona, 1948/49

    • Meetings (Senate) - Jamaica; College administrators - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Registrars - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Springer, H.; Taylor, T. W. J.; Harper, W. F.;...
    • *The Senate meeting of 1948/49. From left to right are Registrar Mr. H. Springer, Principal Dr. T.W.J. Taylor, Professor Harper, Professor Hassall, Mr. P.M. Sherlock and (foreground) Dr. F. H. Bowen. Dr. Taylor was the first Principal of the...
    • The African Renaissance and the Caribbean

    • Caribbean Area-Civilization-African influences; Pan-Africanism; Caribbean Area-Politics and government-20th century
    • This study investigates the significance of the African Renaissance for Caribbean people. The African Renaissance, according to the author, signals a shift in our connection with Africa from anti-colonial and anti-apartheid to post-colonial and...
    • Marcus Garvey and the Early Rastafarians: Continuity and Discontinuity

    • Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940-Influence;Rastafari movement; Black nationalism-History-20th century; Blacks-Politics and government-20th century.
    • This paper examines the political aspects of the origins of the Rastafarian movement at a time when the Garvey movement was in decline in the 1930s. Its main intentions are to .underscore ways in which Garveyism has affected the evolution of...
    • Hot water

    • City and urban life; Interpersonal relations
    • A variety of scenes from city life: a vagrant arrested for loitering sentenced in court the next day; three mischievous boys playing on the beach; a man courting a somewhat reluctant nursemaid; an attempted blackmail that goes awry; a pregnant...
    • Launching: Passionate Advocate

    • Book-Marketing; Authors, Jamaican; Lawyers-Jamaica-Biography; Lawyers-Great Britain-Biography; Gifford, Anthony
    • An address at the launch of Lord Anthony Gifford's book, Passionate Advocate. It provides information about Lord Gifford's interest in advocacy.
    • Statutes and laws of jam vol 1 charles II to William IV

    • Law-Jamaica-Early works to 1800; Colonies-Law and legislation-England-Early works to 1800; Great Britain-Kings and rulers; Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685; Anne, Queen of Great Britain, 1655-1714; George I, King of Great Britain, 1660-1727;...
    • Covers the colonial laws of Jamaica. Includes: Proclamation by the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell, Acts King Charles II, Acts of William and Mary, Acts of Queen Anne, Acts of King George I, Acts of King George II, Acts of King George III, Acts of...
    • Dr. F. H. Bowen, warden of Gibraltar Hall,  with some undergraduates

    • College students - Jamaica; Wardens - Jamaica; Gibraltar Hall (Jamaica); Marchand, Sonia; Magnus, Kenneth; McKenzie, Keith; Lowe, Muriel; Box, Valerie; Darby, Hazel; Burke, Ludlow; Drayton, Harold; Berry, Don; Omardeen, Talib, Holness, Florence;...
    • *Dr. Bowen, warden of Gibraltar Hall, seated with undergraduate students. From left to right are, Sonia Marchand, Kenneth Magnus, Keith McKenzie, Muriel Lowe, Valerie Box, Dr. Bowen, Hazel Darby, Ludlow Burke, Harold Drayton, Ron Berry, Talib...
    • Princess Alice being presented with a purse

    • Chancellors - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Princess Alice of Athlone.
    • *Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, and first Chancellor of the UCWI, is being presented with a purse on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee Pageant. The purse was given to her on behalf of the Waifs and Strays Society at the Royal Albert Hall,...
    • Notes on Reparations and the Durban Conference

    • Slaves-Caribbean Area-History; Reparations for historical injustices; Black nationalism; Race discrimination
    • This paper highlights successful reparations for injustices to humanity and makes a case for compensation for the Atlantic slave trade. It also mentions the Durban Conference held August 31-September 7, 2001, which focused on the global fight...
    • Arabian night in Soho

    • Soho (London, England) ; Nightlife
    • With a group of friends, the writer listens to one of them describe his exploits in Soho where he has been researching its picturesque nightlife. But the author has his own dreamlike memories of Soho which he is unwilling to share with others.


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