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ant 111 (12:6) - 12:58 Jamaica Jamaica ,, SocialandSexu

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12:58 Jamaica No where was the local impact of the rise of sugar economy greater than in the island of  Jamaica Spain pioneered sugarcane, plantations and slaves, but protugal was the European  power to launch the new World sugar production on a large scale From Barbados to Jamaica Social and Sexual Relations between Planters and Slaves Rising food imports  Peculium: land held by a slave as private property Brought some advantages and  disadvantages to the slave (54). Proto-peasants: peasants yet still slaves; peasants-to-be; peasants “in embryo”  Apprenticeship system Morant Bay rising The free village movement (creation of the Missionary Churches)  Land ownership Race and gender issues Haiti Black republic (western hemisphere’s second soverng nation) General tOUSSAINT lOUVERTURE history and the Haitian Revolution of 1804 “practical winners, ideal losers”
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course ANT 111 taught by Professor R during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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