• Caribbean History
    Culture Identity and Diaspora A Look at Caribbean History Caribbean culture is a term that explains the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social elements that are representative of the Caribbean, not only to its own population, but people all over the world. The Caribbean's cul
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  • Tutorial Questions for Caribbean History
    PAST PAPER QUESTIONS – CARIBBEAN HISTORY Emancipation 1. How significant was the rebellion in Jamaica (Christmas Rebellion) in 1831-2 as a cause of the passing of the Emancipation Act in 1833? 2. How significant a part did slaves play in ending slavery? 3. How important a factor w
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  • Caribbean History
    CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate CSEC CARIBBEAN HISTORY SYLLABUS Effective for examinations from May/June 2011 Published by the Caribbean Examinations Council © 2010, Caribbean Examinations Council All rights reserved. No part of this...
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  • Women in Caribbean History: Natural Rebels;
     Women In Caribbean History: Assignment ‘Natural Rebels.’ How appropriate in this description when applied to enslave Caribbean women? The years of slavery have been living hell for both enslaved men and women, from the day it begun to its end. They worked under the...
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  • The Arts Journal Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Literature, History, Art, and Culture in Guyana and the Caribbean Volume 3 Numbers 1 and 2 (Pages 66-101)
    The book report is based on The Arts Journal Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Literature, History, Art, and Culture in Guyana and the Caribbean Volume 3 Numbers 1 and 2. It was published by The Arts Forum Incorporated in March of 2002 and the ISSN number is 1728-7723. The copy bought is a paper
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  • Challenges in the Caribbean
    Challenges in the Caribbean The Caribbean is known to be a place that has been colonized, changed and heavily influenced. Upon the arrival of the Europeans, the Caribbean lifestyle was affected and changed forever. Along with the arrival of the European settlers, many of their values, customs a
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  • History
    Emancipation is defined as various efforts to obtain political rights or equality, often for specifically disfranchised groups. Many countries and states have gone through this revitalizing process during one period of time in their historic accounts. For Caribbean states, this period was also a m
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  • Sba in History
    FORM C.HIST-2 CARIBBEAN E XAM I NAT I O N S COUNCIL SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING SCHOOL-BASED ASSESSMENT FOR CARIBBEAN HISTORY A. OVERVIEW RANDOM SAMPLING Teachers will be notified as to whether they are required to submit SBA samples to CXC. It is recommende
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  • Analysis of Carbet’s Poetry in Point D’orgue: Implications to Contexts of Caribbean Cultural Definitions
    The definition of a culture is convoluted; an amalgam of historical ambiance, traditions, and internalization of subconscious perceptions. Perhaps this complexity is what has made definition of Caribbean culture very challenging. While being governed by European aesthetic norms in a dominated coloni
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  • History
    School Based Assessment Caribbean history Name: school: Center: Territory: Jamaica Year of Examination: June 2012 Research Theme Resistance and revolt Research Question In what way did the methods of slave control contributed to the acts of resistance and revolt in British Caribb
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  • Sba (History)
    IS IT TRUE THAT IN THE LATE 1700’S AND EARLY 1800’S ENSLAVED WOMEN WERE THE MAIN DRIVINGFORCE BEHIND THE SUGAR INDUSTRY? THE SUGAR INDUSTRY The sugar industry in the New World first began in the mid 17th century. The chief reason for the initiation of the sugar industry was that the main cr
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  • Peasantry and the Caribbean
    Course description The slaves in the British Caribbean had high expectations of freedom. They hoped that it would give them, amongst others, the vote and control over their time and labour. This course explores the extent to which these and other expectations of freedom were realised in the period
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  • The Dutch in the Caribbean
    Assess the contributions of the Dutch to the development of the Caribbean. The incorporation of the Dutch into the Caribbean during the latter half of the 16th century and early 17th century came on the heels of them seeing the prosperous economic opportunities at the time dominated by the Spanis
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  • Caribbean Literature
    Ashley Hamlet Women and Gender in Caribbean History Dr. Kathleen Phillips Lewis Research Prospectus March 1, 2012 Based on different readings and lived experiences, the one question that always aroused is what effect do Caribbean women have on knowledge construction and ideas dispersed? The
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  • : Discuss Economic Developments in the Caribbean Region Since 1914
    COURSE CODE: H20G COURSE TITLE: FREEDOM, DECOLONIZATION AND INDEPENDENCE IN THE CARIBBEAN SINCE 1804 ASSIGNMENT: 2 DUE DATE: MARCH 26, 2012 Question # 1: Discuss Economic Developments in the Caribbean region since 1914 Slavery is a central part of the Caribbean economies which ha
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  • History Mental Slavery
    Research Question How did the European enslavement of Africans affect the African culture in the Caribbean up to the early nineteenth century? Rational I choose this topic because I am interested in finding out how European enslavement of Africans affected their culture in the Caribbean.
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  • South Carolina and the Caribbean Connection
    To most, South Carolina is simply just one of the United States, 50 states, and originally was on the thirteen original colonies that declared independence from the British Crown. However, this plot of land, which extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the Appalachian Mountains, from the Savannah River
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  • History
    http://mcys.gov.gy/african_heritage_agh_demerara_slave_revolt.html The Demerara Slave Revolt The 1823 Demerara revolt was the first major revolt in the Caribbean where Christianized slaves played a prominent role.  Many of the rebels were members of Bethel Chapel, a church which the London Missio
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  • History
    Caribbean History Identured Labour Portuguese (Madeirans and Maltese) Group Members: Robinette Hemely Tehri-ann Brown Chamoya Cameron Joenel Bent Kimberly Graham Latifa Poorman Tamara Gooden Tamoy Gayle Teacher: Mrs.Wolfe
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  • The Table of Content for My History Sba..
    Name: Lenica Crawford Subject: Caribbean history Teacher: ms knight School: Basseterre high School School code: 13001 Candidate code: 13001 Question: What problems caused the failure of sugar in the British Caribbean between 1838- 1876? Table of content Rational…………
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