"An heathen brutish, and an uncertaine and dangerous kind of people" : figuring difference in the early English Atlantic "An exact account of the number of persons upon the island" : enumeration, improvement, and control "To live in perpetuall noise and hurry" : creating communities on Caribbean plantations "Doing their prayers and worshipping god in their hearts" : ritual, practice, and keeping the faith "Endeavouring to raise mutinie and sedition" : the challenge to English Domination "As quietly and happily as the English subjects" : property, prosperity, and the power of emulation.
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Print version: Shaw, Jenny. Everyday life in the early English Caribbean : Irish, Africans, and the construction of difference. Athens : The University of Georgia Press,  xvm 259 pages Early American places