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The Invisible Billionaire typescript

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Case 12

Diaries

Box 6

La nouvelle Haiti tribune

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Caribbean Documents Collection, 1542-1959 | University of Miami Special Collections

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Collection Overview

Title: Caribbean Documents Collection, 1542-1959Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: ASM0570

Extent: 8.0 Boxes

Formats/Genres: Documents, Historical maps, Letters, Property records, Registers (lists), Typescripts

Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of correspondence and documents (ex. property transactions including slave registers) from the various islands of the Caribbean such as Jamaica, Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Christopher, Trinidad and Tobago from the 16th to the 19th century. The collection is further enhanced by the acquisition of antique maps from cartographers such as Linschoten and Sanson.

Subject/Index Terms

Caribbean Area - Economic conditions
Caribbean Area - Maps
Ludwig, Daniel Keith, 1897-1992
Shields, Jerry
Slavery - Caribbean Area

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Caribbean Documents Collection Finding Aid © 2009 University of Miami. All rights reserved. Requests to reproduce or publish materials from this collection should be directed to asc.library@miami.edu.

Related Materials: See also the Caribbean and South American Ephemera Collection (ASM0001), the Historical Documents Collection (ASM0566), the Latin America Documents Collection (ASM460), the Jamaica Manuscripts Collection (ASM0320), and the Florida Documents Collection (ASM0567).

Preferred Citation: Caribbean Documents Collection, Special Collections, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida

Processing Information: Box 1 Folders 24-27 added from Historical Documents Collection, May 2011.

Finding Aid Revision History:

Laura Capell, May 2011.

Detailed descriptions of the Slave Registers were added by CAAD Interns Benjamin Morris and Dykisha Potter, under the supervision of Manuscripts Librarian, Beatrice C. Skokan, Sping 2013.

Other Note: Container list by Marcia Evanson and Grace Castro.

Container List (PDF): http://proust.library.miami.edu/findingaids/legacy/asm0570CL.pdf


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Spanish Jamaica D.: Papers Relating to Laborers in Jamaica, 1542Add to your cart.

Includes transcript (in original Spanish), 2 page document.

Notarial instrument concerning a letter of authority by which María de Toledo, Virreina of the Indies who married Diego Colón, son of Christopher Columbus, gave powers to fray Alberto de Flandes to arrange (in her name) with the workers going to Jamaica the conditions of their stay and work.

Folder 2: Jamaica D.: Account of the Cost of Outfitting and Cargo for the Polly Brigantine Headed for Jamaica, 1752Add to your cart.
Includes transcript, 4 page document.
Folder 3: Port-de-Paix, Haiti  ALS.: Letter to William Vernon from Peter Dordin, September 15, 1760Add to your cart.
Includes transcript, 2 page document. Also includes two copies of a short biography on William Vernon.
Folder 4: Barbados ALS.: Letter to John Brown from James Shepherd, May 1, 1762Add to your cart.
Includes transcript, 2 page document.
Folder 5: Barbados D.: Bill of the Brigantine "Reynard", July 26, 1763Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 1 page document. Also includes a copy of the transcript.

African Slave Trade. Hand-written Portledge Bill of Brigantine "Reynard", Peter Dordin (slave captain) Master from Africa. Date-lined: Barbados: July 26, 1763 with a receipt for Barbados currency. Listed, of course, are names of crew; their rates; wages; hospital money etc. in columns.

Folder 6: West Indies ADS.: "Copy of Portage Bill for Sloop Venus John Tanner Master for the West Indies", 1768Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 2 page document.

"Copy of Portage Bill for Sloop Venus John Tanner Master for the West Indies." "Crew members include: Samuel Lawton, Mate; Joseph Allen, Sailor; Joseph Briggs, Cooper; and 'Quash', a negroe belonging to Elisha Shearman"

Folder 7: West Indies ADS.: West India Rum Invoices, 1768, 1770Add to your cart.
Includes transcripts; 2 page document (1768), 1 page document (1770).
Folder 8: Kingston, Jamaica ADS.: Sales and Returns on Sloop Ruth's Cargo, 1774Add to your cart.
Includes transcript, 2 page document.
Folder 9: Jamaica and Dominica ALS.: Letter from George Rose to Evan Nepean, October 27, 1784Add to your cart.

3 page document.

Letter from George Rose, Secretary to the Treasury, to Evan Nepean, Under Secretary of State, re provisions being sent out to the governors of Jamaica and Dominica, for the help of refugees from East Florida (being one years' supply for 729 persons in Jamaica, and for 250 in Dominica); Treasury Chambers, London, 27 Oct. 1784.

Folder 10: Jamaica D.: Mary (schooner): Policy of Assurance, September 14, 1787Add to your cart.

1 page document.

Schooner "Mary" to Harbour of Martha Brae in the Island of Jamaica; Master: John Coddington.

Folder 11: St. Pierre, Martinique ALS.: Richard Dale-1756-1826, July 9, 1793Add to your cart.
6 pages (1793), 3 pages (portrait of Richard Dale), and 2 pages. This folder also contains an illustration of Richard Dale as well as newspaper clippings that include a short biography.
Folder 12: Bermudas ALS.: Joseph Finch, September 15, 1796Add to your cart.
1 page document. Also includes a copy of the transcript.
Folder 13: Montego Bay, Jamaica ALS.: Letter to William Vernon from Sam Sharpe, November 2, 1796; May 2, 1796Add to your cart.
Includes transcript, 4 page document.  Also includes a copy of the transcripts.
Folder 14: Martinique.: AL to M. de Ferbeaux, January 26, 1799Add to your cart.
3 page document.
Folder 15: Santo Domingo. Cape Francaise ADS.: Permission Given to R. Stanley to Take His Shy "Antelope", 1799Add to your cart.
1 page document.
Folder 16: Paris ALS.: Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur comte de, c.1807Add to your cart.
1 page document.
Folder 17: Havana ALS.: Henry Lee, 1756-1818, 1815Add to your cart.

3 page document. Also includes an illustration of Henry Lee.

Henry Lee was a member of Congress from Virginia.

Folder 18: New Orleans ALS.: Lopez, Narcisso, 1797-1851. Cuban Filibuster, May 7,1850Add to your cart.

1 page document. This folder also includes newspaper clippings describing the experiences of one of Lopez's survivors during Lopez's second expedition to Cuba.

Lopez, Narciso. Venezuelan-born filibuster in Cuba; to Cuba (1841) and identified himself with revolutionists; fled to U.S. (1849) and thereafter organized three filibustering expeditions to Cuba; captured and shot, at Havana.

Folder 19: Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, Ontario ASL.: Cyril Henry, 1918Add to your cart.

5 page document. Also includes 3 copies of the transcript.

Henry, Cyril (Letter to Mr. Charles Temple pertaining to his article "The Government of Native Races" which appeared in the October issue of the Quarterly Review)

Folder 20: D.: "White Plains" Request for Donations to French Children During the Christmas Holidays, 1918Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 3 page document. This is a typescript.

This document does not include a reference. 

In this typescript, the "White Plains" organization is requesting donations on behalf of the children of France who have been impacted by World War I. The group making the request intended to send the donations to France during the Christmas holidays.

Folder 21: TMS.:"A Spiritual Moloch"; Untitled-Helen Esqueme, N.D.Add to your cart.

Includes transcript. Both stories consist of 5 pages.

Unfinished stories written by Helen Esqueme in annotated typescript.

Folder 22: Haiti LS.:Letters to Helen from Edmond; Account of His Trip to Haiti, N.D., 1930Add to your cart.

Includes transcripts; 6 page document, 4 page document, and 5 page document.

There are 3 letters in total addressed to Helen from Edmond. These letters contain descriptions of Haiti as well as Edmond's encounter with some of the island's inhabitants.

Folder 23: LS.: Letter containing Helen Esqueme's Financial Information, June 18, 1929Add to your cart.

Includes transcrpit, 2 pages.

This letter details Helen Esqueme's financial information. More specifically, it lists the amount of money she has saved in each bank, the amount she is waiting to receive, and the amount of shares she owns.

Folder 24: Brown, John: Letter to Samuel and William Vernon, 1773Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Brown, John: Letter to Samuel and William Vernon, 1774Add to your cart.
Folder 26: Cordis, Joseph: Affidavit, 1767Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Warner, Oliver Ring: Porttage Bill for Sloop Union, 1754Add to your cart.
Folder 28: DVD: Haitian Corner by Raoul Peck, produced by Velvet Film. A story about a Haitian exile who happens upon one of the men who had tortured him back in Haiti, 1823Add to your cart.
Folder 29: Book: A Letter Book: Report by Mr. C.A. Gomez, Curator, Botanic Station, Montserrat, on a visit to Canda in connection with the devlopment of a fruit an vegetable trade with the country, 1988Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Photo Album: Silk and decorative leather steamship album, plates of Caribbean ports of call, 1930Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Antigua D.: Copy of Mr. Hooper's Account, c.1805Add to your cart.

2 page document.

Copy of Mr. Hooper's account. This copy was sent to Matthew Christian of the island of Antigua. Mr. Hooper mentions that his annuity is in the life of his daughter Elizabeth, and son George.

Folder 2: London.: Hooper, LS to Justin Casamayor, May 6, 1819Add to your cart.

4 page document.

Letter from Mr. Hooper to Justin Casamayor.  The author of this letter is seeking to obtain the arrears of interest due from Mr. Christian's estate.

Folder 3: London.: Casamayor, Justinian, ALS to George Hooper Esq., May 14, 1819Add to your cart.
2 page document.
Folder 4: London.: Mr. Newman, ALS to George Hooper, November 18, 1820Add to your cart.

2 page document.

The author of this letter, Mr. Newman, was the Executor and Joint Trustee to Justinian Casamayor. In this letter, Mr. Newman references the death of Justinian Casamayor, and requests for George Hooper to attend the Countinghouse at 33 Great St. Helen's Bishopsgate Street.

Folder 5: D.: Balanced Account of Justin Casaymayor, c. 1822Add to your cart.

3 page document.

This document shows balance due from the estate of Justinian Casamayor from 1820 to 1822.

Folder 6: D.: Newman's Account Balance, c. 1828Add to your cart.

3 page document.

This document shows Newman's account balance from 1822 to 1828. He is mentioned as the agent to the account.

Folder 7: London.: Newman, ALS to George Hooper, July 24, 1824Add to your cart.

2 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Newman tells Mr. Hooper that he is expecting to make a payment within the following week equaling to the amount of three quarter of a year. He also mentions that he is expecting a further remittance to be made from Antigua.

Folder 8: London.: Newman, ALS to George Hooper, May 1828Add to your cart.

3 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Newman tells Mr. Hooper that the annuity account upon the estates of Mr. Christian has been enclosed. He also mentions that the crops of the current and previous year were not good.

Mr. Newman also enclosed a continuation of Mr. Hooper's account with Mr. Casamayor.

Folder 9: ALS.: Letter from E.T. Bunn, July 30, 1832Add to your cart.

4 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Bunn mentions that the Antigua claims will receive his closest attention. He also writes that he has met with Mr. Newman.

Folder 10: London.: E.T. Bunn, ALS to George Hooper, March 3, 1833Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 3 pages.

In this letter, Mr. Bunn tells Mr. Hooper that he will receive the half-year payment in less than two months, pending on whether a bill comes in during that period.

Folder 11: London.: E.T. Bunn, ALS to George Hooper, September 3, 1832Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 2 page document.

This letter references a stir that took place in the West Indies. Mr. Bunn also mentions giving Mr. Newman a receipt and says he will take care of the deed.

Folder 12: E.T. Bunn, ALS to George Hooper, [August 10, 1834]Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 2 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Bunn thanks Mr. Hooper for a notice in regards to his daughters. He also mentions that Mr. Newman is in correspondence with the Shands in hopes of obtaining a remittance.

Folder 13: London.: E.T. Bunn, ALS to Mr. Hooper, January 28, 1834Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 3 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Bunn advises Mr. Hooper to make his position clear on the compensation he intends to receive from his West Indian affair, and warns him that his security won't avail to anything if he allows his compensation to be received by proprietors of the Estates. This was in relation to the fact that slaves were being granted their freedom throughout the colonies.

Mr. Bunn also mentions that ship owners will not be disposed to support Mr. Hooper's proposition for another harbor.

Folder 14: Liverpool.: Letter from Mr. Shand, November 2, 1834Add to your cart.

Includes transcript, 2 page document.

The author of this letter, Mr. Shand, is the general agent for the Biffins of the Valley Estate. He mentions that a portion of the annuities has been attached to the Estate, which was a copy of the transmitted account.

Folder 15: Antigua D.: Mr. Hooper's Annuity Amount, N.D.Add to your cart.

1 page document.

This document mentions George Hooper's annuity amount. It also lists plantations and the number of slaves on each one.

Folder 16: L.: Extract of a Letter from Mr. Cooper, N.D.Add to your cart.

1 page document.

Extract of a letter from Mr. Cooper regarding two bills that are expected to be paid.

Folder 17: Sydenham ALS.: Letter from Mr. Bunn, N.D.Add to your cart.

1 page document.

In this letter, Mr. Bunn mentions that he has urged Mr. Newman to prepare without delay for an arrangement of compensation money by opening a correspondence with owners of the Estate.

Folder 18: L.: Extract from a Letter, N.D.Add to your cart.

1 page document. The author of the letter is not mentioned.

The author of this letter asks the reader to investigate an account that Mr. Newman is expected to exhibit.

Folder 19: D.: Account Balance and Meeting of Annuitants, c. 1820Add to your cart.

2 page document.

The first page of this document includes an account balance. On the back of the document, there is a small paragraph written by James Newman, who has requested that George Hooper attend a meeting of annuitants. This is in relation to the death of Mr. Justinian Casamayor, surviving trustee to the annuitants on the Estates.

Folder 20: D.: Annuity Account of Justinian Casamayor, November 30, 1820Add to your cart.

2 page document.

The first page of this document lists the annuity account for Justinian Casamayor.

Folder 21: Puerto Rico: Marxist-Leninists for an Independent Puerto Rico, 1977Add to your cart.

Minutes of MLIP meeting

MLC summary of and proposals for work in MLIP first and second draft

political statement of marxist-leninists for an independent Puerto Rico

recommendation for withdrawal from the Puerto Rican solidarity committee

statement of criticisms of the political views of the Puerto Rican solidarity committee

Folder 22: Puerto Rico: The arrests of David and Vicente "Panama" Alba & the struggle of the Puerto Rican people for independence and national liberation, August 1977Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Barbados: Letter from Timonthy Blenman, July 17, 1759Add to your cart.
Letter from Timonthy Blenman, a plantation owner, about the British and french hostilities in the colonial west indies during the seven years war.
Folder 24: Puerto Rico: Typecript: "Interview with Rafael Cancel Miranda", 1975Add to your cart.
Box 3: The Invisible Billionaire typescript, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Unedited version of chapters thirteen through sixteen of the Invisible Billionaire by Jerry Shields, a biography of David Ludwig, a capitalist financiar who worked with the merchant marines and was one the richest man in the United States.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Documents of Caribbean Struggles -Jamaica Today: A World View", 1970sAdd to your cart.

Collection of newspaper articles about house squatting in Jamaica

Article Headlines:

"Jamaica: Democratic Socialism versus The Struggle for Change"

"Problem of Captured Property"

"PM newers warning against land capture"

"Captured: Houses and Land"

"Rema: the politics of terror"

"Capturing Capitalist Houses"

"Brother versus Brother"

"Squatters Must Go"

"Property or Anarchy"

"Spaulding: Committed to End 'Capture' of Govt. Property"

"Getting to the heart of the Rema affair"

"Big owners won't release unused land"

"1,300 norwood squatters step forward"

"Democratic socialism"

"Week-end reflections"

"1,200 acre property seized by squatters"

"Morant Bay: The Diary of a Rebellion"

"Jamaica: Workers"

"Law and Order Jamaican Style"

" 'Justice' demo for a 17-year old boy"

"Police vigilante squad taken out of operation"

"Houses only occupied, not captured"

"No evidence of JLP, PNP aid to gangs"

"How workers participate in Iran"

"Middle class houses"

"Police tear gas disperses marchers"

"New police violence launched against the people, crime only an excuse"

"Citizens protest killings by police"

"Where are our radicals?"

"Court opens hearing into appeal by J.O.S. workers"

"Soares Regime unable to bring stability to portugal"

"Portugal: Turning Defeat Into Victory"

"Police Up Attacks on Trench Town Youth"

"The Struggle for Worker's Control in Tanzania"

"Spain: Revolution on Land and in Industry"

"The Adventure of Westmoreland: Workers council in Rural Jamaica - 1969-1971"

Folder 2: Report: Haiti Emergency Relief Fund, 2010Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Promotional Packet for Festival de Theatre Quatre Chemins 2011, 2011Add to your cart.

Press dossier for the Festival de Theatre Quatre Chemins 2011.

Gift of Professor Kate Ramsey, 2012.

Folder 4: Unite: Youth Forces for National Liberation, 1968Add to your cart.
YFNL Journal No. 2
Folder 5: West Indian Survey, Mar-Apr 1938Add to your cart.
Packet of correspondence and research findings related to the fruit juice industry.
Folder 6: S.F. McDonald Letters- Immigration from Jamaica, 1839Add to your cart.
3 letters concerning immigration from Jamaica.
Folder 7: American Ship Taken Off Haiti by French Privateer, 1797Add to your cart.
Account of American Ship "Nancy" Captured off Haiti by Indomitable French Privateer "Recontre"
Folder 8: Royal Navy Officer Implicated in Political Riots in Haiti, 1879Add to your cart.
Manuscript Accounts of a Royal Navy Officer Implicated in Haiti's Political Riots
Folder 9: Viva Puerto Rico Libre, 1965Add to your cart.
Political Tract: Tremont, Ma: New England Free Press, 1969. First Edition Thus. Quarto. Stapled Pictorial paper wrappers; "This work which was originally prepared by the Puerto Rican Youth Movement in 1965 was revised in some of its parts in January 1969".
Folder 10: Negro Fairy-Tales from Suriname, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Children's stories and Fairy Tales from Suriname
Folder 11: Cuba---Puerto RicoAdd to your cart.
Document detailing the implications of the clash between the United States of America and Soviet Russia for Cuba and Puerto Rico
Folder 12: Why Haiti Solidarity Work is Important, 1991Add to your cart.
Report illustrating the importance of solidarity work in Haiti
Folder 13: The Church and Caribbean Sovereignty, 1984Add to your cart.
Report Detailing the Church's Stance on Caribbean Sovereignty compiled by the II Caribbean Conference of Intellectual workers
Folder 14: Free Puerto Rico!, 1987Add to your cart.
Folder 15: The Lambi Fund of Haiti, 2012Add to your cart.
"Supporting the economic justice, democracy, amd sustainable development in Haiti"
Folder 16: Friends for JamaicaAdd to your cart.
Friends for Jamaica newsletter. Nos 11-15 (August December 1981). New York, the newsletter, 1980s. Five issues of the mimeographed newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, adress labels and stamps on back cover.
Folder 17: A Victory of Revolutionary TendencyAdd to your cart.
"...the recent Foreign Relations Ministers Conference of Non-Aligned Nations, held in Georgetown, Guyana. Reflecting the will of almost one half of the countries in the world--with a total population of more than a billion people--...concentrated its discussion on, colonialist, imperialist wars of aggression..."
Folder 18: Background Information on U.S. Intervention in the Dominican RepublicAdd to your cart.
Zevin, Robert. Cambrige, MA: Massachusetts Political Action for Peace, 1965. Issued after the U.S. Invasion.
Folder 19: Manuscript Diaries, 1913-1921Add to your cart.
San Juan, Puerto Rico. 1913-1923. 6 diaries: 198, 224, 222, 211, 127 pp, of almost daily entries. U.S. Registry Record ledgers.
Folder 20: Autograph Letter on the Coffee Trade during the Haiti Revolution, by John Lewis, 1807Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Collection of 25 Dominican Theatre and Opera Programs, 1954-1960Add to your cart.
Item 1: Conservatorio Nacional de Musica y Declamacion: Ciclo de Audiciones de los Alumnos del Curso Superior de Piano, June-July 1954Add to your cart.
Item 2: Sociedad Pro-Arte, Ciudad Trujillo: Tercer Gran Concierto de la Temporada con Pianista Abbey Simon, May 27, 1954Add to your cart.
Item 3: Direccion General de Bellas Artes Teatro Escuela de Arte Nacional: Lectura animada de la Tragedia Sófocles "Edipo", July 12, 1956Add to your cart.
Item 4: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Recital de Violin por Juan Carlos Rybin, Acompañado al piano por Julio A. Hernandez, August 9, 1956Add to your cart.
Item 5: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concerieto, November 21, 1956Add to your cart.
Item 6: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto de Música de Cámara a cargo de los Grupos Instrumentales de la O.S.N., December 8, 1956Add to your cart.
Item 7: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto, February 25, 1957Add to your cart.
Item 8: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto de Música de Cámara a cargo de los Grupos Instrumentales de la O.S.N. con la participación del pianista Manuel Rueda, December 6, 1957Add to your cart.
Item 9: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto de Música de Cámara a cargo de los Grupos Instrumentales de la O.S.N., May 7, 1958Add to your cart.
Item 10: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, March 14, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 11: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Carlota, April 1959Add to your cart.
Item 12: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto de Música Dominicana, May 3, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 13: Universidad de Santo Domingo y la Secretaría de Edstado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional con Solistas Invonne Haza Del Castillo, Aristides Inchaustegui, y Olga Azar, Sinfónico Coral, May 30, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 14: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, Concierto Sinfónica Coral en el bicentenario de Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759), June 1, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 15: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto de Musica de Camara por los Grupos Instrumentales de la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, June 15, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 16: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto con  la participación del violinista Jacinto Gimbernard, June 24, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 17: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: A Puerta Cerrada, September 1959Add to your cart.
Item 18: Teatro-Escuela de Arte Nacional: Prometeo, October 12, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 19: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto, October 22, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 20: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto, November 20, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 21: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto, November 28, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 22: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto, December 18, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 23: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Concierto en ocasión de Aniversario de la creación de la Provincia del Bahoruco y del Combate de la Fuente del Rodeo, March 12, 1960Add to your cart.
Item 24: Secretaría de Estado de Educación y Bellas Artes: Semana de Bellas Artes, May 15, 1956 - May 21, 1956Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Caribbean Workers' Weekly, 1965-1966Add to your cart.
50 issues of Caribbean Workers' Weekly, a "CARIB" supplement published by the Caribbean Workers' Movement. The publication ranges from the first issue, dated July 3-10, 1965 to the 68th issue, dated Oct. 23-29th, 1966, and it addresses various problems with social and work conditions in the Caribbean.
Folder 23: Cultural Workers Front of Our America: History of the The Third World Caucus, 1975Add to your cart.
"[San Francisco Bay Area]: The Front, [1975]. 5 p., 8.5 x 11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner. Discusses the effort spearheaded by Chicanos to form a caucus within the Front and the rocky beginning to its work. Attached sheet lists organizations interested in possible collaboration, including CEDOAS (a Dominican organization), the Puerto Rican Socialist Party, Congress of Afrikan People, and others; also included is a summary of a visit to NYC and cultural contacts made there, especially with the Nation of Grafitti Artists, a Dominican and Puerto Rican group of kids that targeted trains, bridges, etc." -Bolerium
Folder 24: Reports from the West Indies and Legislative Documents, 1898-1930Add to your cart.
Item 1: Standing Rules and Orders of the Legislative Council of Antigua, 1898Add to your cart.
Item 2: Report of the Joint Committee of the Legislature appointed to consider the advisability of the reitment of Barbados from the West Indian Sanitary Convention of 1904 and to recommend what steps should be taken in regard thereto., 1910Add to your cart.
Item 3: Radiotelegraph Agreement between the United Fruit Company's Vice-President S. G. Schermerhorn and the Government of British Honduras' Colonial Secretary, Robert Walter, 1915Add to your cart.
Item 4: Report by Mr. C.A. Gomez, Curator, Botanic Station, Montserrat, on a visit to Canada in connection with the development of a fruit and vegetable trade with that Country, 1930Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Newsletter: Vincyrights, September 1989 and January 1990Add to your cart.
The bulletin of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Human Rights Association, which was formed in 1986. This newsletter is dedicated to promiting human rights within the Caribbean community.
Case 12Add to your cart.
Drawer 1: Antigua & England, 1836 & 1862 - 1768-1811Add to your cart.
Folder 1: August 4th, 1768 - May 4th, 1836, July 1811Add to your cart.
Item #4523 B: England - Conveyance of 75 slaves, The Earl of Upper Ofsory to Lord Holland., June 17, 1811Add to your cart.
#4523 B. In Transcription Folder 3 of 5. Conveyance of 75 slaves from the Earl of Upper Ossory to Lord Holland. (Includes the 43 listed in the document above). 1 membrane of vellum with 1 seal. 17 June 1811.
Item 2: England - Estate of L.L. Hodge Esq. (deceased) deed of Disclaimer of Gifts and Demise, May 1836Add to your cart.
Item 3: England - Charles Bowles and Olsfield Bowles Esq. to Samuel Fox Esq. - Lease for a Year, August 1768Add to your cart.
Item #4523 A: England- Confirmation of Slaves, December 4, 1805Add to your cart.
#4523 A. Confirmation of the right of Henry and Thomas Plumer and Thomas Burham to the purchase money for 43 slaves sold as part of the estte of Sir Godfrey Webster to theEarl of Upper Ossory.  1 membrane of vellum with 3 seals.
Folder 2: July 1836Add to your cart.
Item 1: Antigua - Assignment of the Mentioned Sum of 7400 and 21,800 Charged on Plantation in the Island of Antigua Belonging to L. L. Hodge Esq. (deceased) with the securities for the same, 1836Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Sept. 1862- July 1837Add to your cart.
Item 1: Antigua - Conveyance of Mrs. Prices' Moiety of Hodges Bay in Antigua, Sept. 1862Add to your cart.
Item 2: Release of the Share and Interest of Mrs. Watts in the Estate and Effects of Her Late Aunt Isabella Hodge as Within, July 1837Add to your cart.
Folder 4: August 1836Add to your cart.
Item 1: Antigua - Hastings Elvin Esq. and others to Langford Lovell Hodge Esq., August 22, 1836Add to your cart.
Drawer 2: Jamaica, 1699-1781Add to your cart.
Folder 1: September 1699Add to your cart.
Item #4505: Jamaica: Conveyance of Property in Port Royal, Sept 29, 1699Add to your cart.
#4505. Description in "Jamaica Docs" in Drawer 7. Conveyance of property in Port Royal, Jamaica, from Sir William Day (Sir Thomas Day) and others to members of the hunt family. 3 membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 7 seals. 29 September, 1699.
Folder 2: 1743Add to your cart.
Item #4506A: Kingston, Jamaican - Sale and Lease of Land in Kingston from Mary and Samuel Kursha to Robert Turner, August 1, 1743Add to your cart.
#4506A: Lease of Land--One Moiety of a lott of land in Jew Alley in Kingston Jamaica; from Samuel and Mary Kirshaw to Robert Turner.  1 membrane of vellum with 2 seals.  1 August 1743
Item #4506B: Kingston, Jamaican - Sale and Lease of Land in Kingston from Mary and Samuel Kursha to Robert Turner, August 2, 1743Add to your cart.
#4506B: Sale of Land--One moiety of a lott of land in Jew Alley in Kingsston, Jamaica; from Samuel and Mary Kirshaw to Robert Truner.  1 membrane of vellum with 2 seals.  2 August 1743.
Folder 3: November 1759Add to your cart.
Item #4507 A: Jamaica - Tryall Plantations and Land, November 26 1759Add to your cart.
#4507 A. Bargain and sale document - To Barr Intails of a Plantation and Lands in Jamaica. Tryall Plantation. 1 membrane of vellum with 2 seals.
Folder 4: August 1768Add to your cart.
Item #4508 A/B: Jamaica - Conveyance of Angells Plantation - Charles Bowles and Olsfield to Samuel Cox Esq. in Parish of St. Catherine, August 4 and 5, 1768Add to your cart.
#4508 A/B. Transcription in Folder 3 of 5, Drawer 7. Lease and Conveyance of Angells Plantation, Jamaica, from Charles and Oldfield Bowles. Each 1 membrane of vellum. 4/5 August 1768.
Folder 5: December 1773Add to your cart.
Item #4509: Jamaica - Saint Andrew - Indenture of Mortgage Alexander Grant, James Robinson, Thomas Leslie, and Duran Davidson, December 13, 1773Add to your cart.
#4509. Indentures of Mortgage. Formerly Called Hope River Estate, now called Papeen sitnate (?) Parish St. Andrew. Alexander Grant to Robert Grant. Includes list of slaves. Affidavit = 13 December 1773. 4 membranes of vellum joined at foot with two seals.
Folder 6: March 1775Add to your cart.
Item #4510: Jamaica - Conveyance of Spring Estate. Parish Hanover - from John Sercold and John Jackson., March 22, 1775Add to your cart.
#4510. Conveyance of Spring Estate, Hanover, Jamaica, from John Secold, John Jackson, and others. 5 membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 6 seals. 22 March, 1775.
Folder 7: June 1776Add to your cart.
Item #4511: Jamaica - Conveyance of 60 Slaves. Augustin Gwyn to Henry Clinton and Matthew Brickdale, June 19, 1776Add to your cart.
#4511. Conveyance of 60 Slaves (listed) from Augustin Gwyn of St. Thomas, Jamaica, to Henry Clinton and Matthew Brickdale.  1 membrane of vellum with 1 seal.  19 June 1776.
Folder 8: May 1778Add to your cart.
Item #4512: Jamaica - Conveyance of a Plantation. Top Hill Estate., May 1, 1778Add to your cart.
#4512. Conveyance of Top Hill Estate in Jamaica for securing annuities from George Chandler, Duncan Davidson and Thomas Davidson.  4 membranes of vellum joined at foot with 10 seals.  1 May 1778.
Folder 9: March 1779Add to your cart.
Item #4507B: Jamaica - Lease for a Year. Charles Price to Thomas Goostrey and Robert Cooper Lee, March 8, 1779Add to your cart.
#4507B. Lease for a year of a plantation in the parish of St. Thomas (formerly St. John), Charles Price to Thomas Goostrey and Robert Cooper Lee.  1 membreane of vellum with 1 seal.  8 March 1779.
Folder 10: July 1781Add to your cart.
Item #4513A: Jamaica - Lease and Settlement of Hope Estate, July 12, 1781Add to your cart.
#4513A. Lease for one year of Hope Estate, parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica.  Their Graces, the Duke and Duchess of Chandros to Henry Howorth and James Coulthard.  1 membrane of vellum with 2 seals. 12 July 1781.  (Attached to #4513B)
Item #4513B: Jamaica Lease and Settlement of Hope Estate, July 13, 1781Add to your cart.
#4513B. Settlement of Hope Estate, Jamaica.  Their Graces, the Duke and Duchess of Chandros to the Honorable Mr. Justice Willes and Robert Cooper Lee.  4 membranes of vellum with 2 seals.  13 July 1781. (Attached to #4513A)
Drawer 3: Jamaica, 1788-1799Add to your cart.
Folder 11: April 1788Add to your cart.
Item #4514: Jamaica - Mortgage of Wilderness Plantation. William Johnson and William Hylton to T. Hibert and Others, April 30, 1788Add to your cart.
#4514. Mortgage of the Delve or Wilderness Plantation, Jamaica from William Johnson and William Hylton to Thomas Hibbert, Edward Juhr, and George Hibbert. Parsih Westmoreland. 5 membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 5 seals. Includes list of slaves. Dated 30th April 1788.
Folder 12: November 1789Add to your cart.
Item #4516: Jamaica - Mortgage of Torrington Castle Estate, November 6th, 1789Add to your cart.
#4516. Mortgage of Torrington Castle Estate in Jamaica from Sir John Dalling to Andrew Ramsay. Parish St. Mary - county Middlesex, formerly called Tiber River p. now Torrington Castle. Three membranes of vellum joined at foot with two seals. Dated 6 November 1789.
Folder 13: September 1790Add to your cart.
Item #4515A: Jamaica - Conveyance of a Plantation in St. James, September 29, 1790Add to your cart.
#4515A. Conveyance of a third part of a plantation Bar Entail.  Miss Jane C.S. Long to Mr. E.W. Shephard. 1 membrane of vellum.
Folder 14: October 1790Add to your cart.
Item #4515 B: Jamaica - Marriage Settlement of John Oliver Esq. with Mrs. Long, October 4th, 1790Add to your cart.
#4515 B. Transctiption in "Physical Description - Jamaica Docs." Settlement on the marriage of John Oliver Esq. with Miss Long. Dated 4 October 1790. 8 leaves of vellum.
Folder 15: September 1792Add to your cart.
Item #4515 C/D: Jamaica - Conveyance by Lease and Release, September 6 and 7, 1792Add to your cart.
#4515 C/D. Description in "Jamaica Docs" in Drawer 7. C- Lease and Release. D- Conveyance by lease and release of a third part, undivided, of the Longville Estate in Clarendon, Jamaica. William Walker and George Francis Fleming, by direction of Samuel Scudamore Fleming and Mary Charlotte Fleming, his wife (Mary Charlotte Long before marriage), to John Williams Esquire and others.  C-1 Leaf of vellum with 6 seals; D-3 leaves of vellum joined at foot with 8 seals.
Item #4515G: Jamaica- Assignment of a Trust by Lease and Release, February 16 and 17, 1798Add to your cart.
#4515G. Assignment of a trust by lease and release for a third part, undivided, of land in the Longville Estate in Clarendon, Jamaica (same part as in #4515C/D).  From John Williams by the direction of Samuel Scudamore Fleming and his wife to Abraham Rutherford and George Fleming. Dated 16 and 17 February, 1798.
Folder 17: June 1798Add to your cart.
Item #4519: Jamaica - Deed of Covenant, June 14th, 1798Add to your cart.
#4519.  Deed of covenant in case of marriage taking effect between Mr. Gale and Miss Elizabeth Townsend and of Mr. Gale surviving Lady Sheridan upon her death to settle... (?) in Jamaica for securing a jointure of £2000 per annum to Miss Townsend and portions daughters and younger sons of the intended marriage.  6 leaves of vellum joined at foot with 7 seals.
Folder 18: November 1799Add to your cart.
Item #4520: Jamaica - Lease for One Year of Brampton Estate in Trelawney, Jamaica, November 18, 1799Add to your cart.
#4520. Transcription in Folder 4 of 5 in Drawer 7. Lease for a Year. Bryan Edwards Esq. to Mr. John Stevens and Mr. Thomas Fleming. Dated 18th November 1799. 1 leaf of vellum with seal and sitnature of Edwards, the West Indies historian.
Folder 19: December 1799Add to your cart.
Item #4515 H: Assignments of a Term of 500 Years of a 3 Part of a Plantation in Longville, Jamaica, December 31, 1799Add to your cart.
#4515 H. Description in "Jamaica Docs" folder in Drawer 7. Assignment of the residue of a term of 500 years of a third part of a plantation in Jamaica called Longville, with the Slaves and Stock therein for securing 5000 euros in interest. 7 leaves of vellum.
Folder 16: January 1793Add to your cart.
Item #4515 E/F: Assignment of a Term in a Third Part of a Plantation. Clarendon - Jamaica., January 22, 1793Add to your cart.

#4515 E. Assignment of a Term in a third part of Longville Estate in Clarendon, Jamaica subject to redemption.  Samuel Scudamore Fleming and Mary Charlotte Fleming his wife and their trustees to Richard Green and Daniel Richards.  2 leaves of vellum joined at foot with 4 seals.  Dated 22 January 1793.

#4515 F. (copy of #4515 E)

Drawer 4: Jamaica, 1800-1813Add to your cart.
Folder 20: March 1800Add to your cart.
Item #4521 A/B: Jamaica - Mortage of Buckingham Estate. James Trecothick to William Hopkins., March 25, 1800Add to your cart.
#4521 A/B. Transcription in Folder 4 of 5 in Drawer 7. A- Mortgage in Fee of Buckingham Plantation and Estate for Securing £1000 and Interest. B- Lease for a year.  James Trecothick Esq. to William Hopkins Esq. Parish of Saint Thomas. Dated 25th March 1800. Four membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 2 seals.
Folder 21: August 1804Add to your cart.
Item #4522: Jamaica - Conveyance of Sowlayton Plantation in Jamaica, August 23, 1804Add to your cart.
#4522. Transcription in Drawer 7, Folder 1. From John Roebuck and Others to William Manning and others. Parish of Saint George county Surrey. 6 membranes of vellum joined at foot, with 9 seals. 1804-1805.
Folder 22: May 1808Add to your cart.
Item #4507 C: Jamaica - Indenture Between Peter Campbell and Collin Robertson, Holland and Fish River Estate., May 2, 1808Add to your cart.
#4507 C. Transcription in Folder 4, Drawer 7. Peter Campbell the elder and Peter Campbell the Younger Esq. and Mess. Colin Robertson, Robert Milligan the younger and David Milligan. Deeds of Covenants and Defence. 2 leaves of vellum.
Folder 23: October 1808Add to your cart.
Item #4524 D: Jamaica - Articles of Agreement, October 8, 1808Add to your cart.
#4524 D. Transcription in Folder 3 of 5 in Drawer 7. Articles of Agreement (related to Coffee Grove Plantation, Clarendon, Jamaica) receiving customs duties in Jamaica between George Germain, Thomas Partington, and William Mitchell. The honorable George Germain and Thomas Partington Esq. to William Mitchell. 3 membranes with document attached and 3 seals.
Folder 24: June 1810Add to your cart.
Item #4524 A: Jamaica - Conveyance and Lease of Coffee Grove Plantation, Clarendon Parish., June 1st, 1810Add to your cart.
#4524 A. Transcription Folder 3 of 5 in Drawer 7. Conveyance of an unidentified share in Coffee Grove Plantation, Clarendon, Jamaica, for the purpose of barring the entail thereof. From Sarah Brisco to Wastell Brisco. 1 membrane of vellum with 1 seal. 1 June 1810.
Item #4524 B: Jamaica - Conveyance and Lease of Coffee Grove Plantation, Clarendon Parish., June 6, 1810Add to your cart.
#4524 B. Transcription Folder 3 of 5 in Drawer 7.  Lease for a year (Dated 5 June 1810) and Conveyance of an unidentified third part of Coffee Grove Plantation, Clarendon, Jamaica, previous to the marriage of William Camac.  Miss Brisco upon trust to sell. From Sarah Brisco to Wastell Brisco, Baron and others. 4 membranes joined at foot, with seven seals. 6 June 1810.
Folder 25: December 1813Add to your cart.
Item #4524 C: Jamaica - Conveyance of Coffee Grove Plantation. Clarendon, Jamaica, December 1, 1813Add to your cart.
#4524 C. Transcription in Drawer 7, Folder 1.  Conveyance of Coffee Grove Plantation, slaves, etc. From Musgrave Brisco and Wastel Brisco, Jr. to William Mitchel.  3 membranes of vellum. 2 Seals.  1 December 1813.
Folder 37: November 1810Add to your cart.
Item #4515 K: Jamaica- Assignment of Mortgage, November 1, 1810Add to your cart.
#4515 K. Description in "Jamaica Docs" in Drawer 7. Assignment of Mortgages. Sam Scud. Fleming Esq., Mr. Protherse, Claxton, and others to Ms. Rutherford and Wagstaffe. 6 leaves of vellum.
Folder 38: April 1802Add to your cart.
Item #4515 I: Jamaica - Deed of Covenant and Declaration of Trust to Secure the Payment of £2,000, April 30, 1802Add to your cart.
#4515 I. Transcription in Folder 4 of 5, Drawer 7. Mess. Rutherford Tyers and Lewis and S. S. Fleming, Esq. to Mess. Protheroes and Claxton. Deed of Covenant and Declaration of Trust to secure the payment of £2000 and Interest. 4 leaves of vellum.
Folder 39: November 1810Add to your cart.
Item #4515 L: Jamaica - Assignment of Mortgage, Claxton to Ruttleford, November 1st, 1810Add to your cart.
#4515 L. Copy of #4515 K.
Folder 43: October 1810Add to your cart.
Item #4515 J: Deed of Covenants for Payment of two Annuities and Release from Madame de la Salle., October 11, 1810Add to your cart.
#4515 J. Description in "Jamaica Docs" folder in Drawer 7. Deed of covenants for payment of two annuities and release from Madame de la Salle. 6 leaves of vellum.
Drawer 5: Jamaica, 1814-1860Add to your cart.
Folder 30: January 1819Add to your cart.
Item #4527 C: Jamaica - Release of Certain Properties, January 21st, 1819Add to your cart.
#4527 C. Release of Certain Properties in Jamaica. (Sheerness, Markhamm Hall, Carlton Wood House, and Elysium Plantations) from the mortgagee Thomas Postlehwaite to Clare Blyth and Samuel Edenborough. 3 membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 1 seal.
Folder 31: 1821Add to your cart.
Item #4528: Jamaica - Grant and Demise of Certain Slaves to Mrs. Parker in Manchester, Jamaica, 1821Add to your cart.
#4528. Grant and demise of certain slaves to Mrs. Parker in Manchester, Jamaice for her separate use. 2 membranes of vellum joined at foot with 3 seals. 1821.
Folder 32: March 1831Add to your cart.
Item #4526 B: Jamaica - Moor Park Plantation. George Gordon Esq. to Joseph Longmore Esq., March 17, 1831Add to your cart.
52#4256 B. Assignment of the Mortgages on Moore Park Plantation from George Gordon and his mortgagees to Joseph Longmore. 5 Membranes of Vellum, joined at foot with 5 seals. List of slaves.
Folder 33: August 1846Add to your cart.
Item #4527 B: Jamaica - Conveyance of a moiety of the Elysium Plantation, August 1st, 1846Add to your cart.
#4527 B. Conveyance of half of Elysium Plantation from Robert Sutton the elder to Robert Sutton the younger and others. 6 membranes of vellum, joined at foot with 6 seals. Those named in the documents include Bryan Edwards and Sir William Young.
Folder 34: January 1849Add to your cart.
Item #4532: Jamaica - Appointment of New Trustees and Release of Trust Estate and Release of Claims Repsecting the Newark and Nottingham Coffee Plantations, Jamaica. Peter Galway - William Tyler., January 11th, 1849Add to your cart.
#4532. Transcription in Drawer 7, Transcription Folder 1. 2 folio sheets, joined at foot with 5 seals. Jamaica.
Folder 35: September 1858Add to your cart.
Item #4523 C: Jamaica - Sweet River Plantation - Release in Respect of Matters under the Will of F. Vassell Esq., September 3rd, 1858Add to your cart.
#4523 C. In transcrition folder 3 of 5. Release of Sweet River Plantation, Jamaica, the property of the deceased widow of Lord Holland above, involved the children of Lady Holland's previous marriage to Sir Godfrey Webster, her illegitimate son Charles Fox Webster, and her children of her second marriage (including the present Lord Holland, Henry Edward). 1 membrane of vellum, 7 seals. 3 Sept. 1858.
Folder 36: June 1860Add to your cart.
Item #4515 M: Jamaica -Conveyance and Assignment of Shares, June 21, 1860Add to your cart.
#4515 M. Transcription in Drawer 7, Folder 1. Conveyance and Assignment of shares in the Longville Estate.  Miss Mary Oliver and Pierre Mouton and Amelia Charlotte Mouton Uxor to John Jewitt Wheatly.  4 membranes of vellum with seals 6
Item #4515 K: Jamaica - Conveyance and Lease in Clarendon of Long Family., November 1860Add to your cart.
#4515 K. Transcription Folder 3 of 5 in drawer 7. Collection of 14 documents relating to Longville Estate, Clarendon, Jamaica. The property of the long family. Each several membranes of vellum, with seals; in quarter morocco box. 1790-1860. Includes conveyances, assignments, mortgages, etc.; principals include Samuel Fleming, husband of Mary Charlotte Long, John Oliver and his wife Amy Long, and Lucy de la Salle, Widow of Robert Long (father of Mary and Amy).
Folder 26: April 1814Add to your cart.
Item #4508 C: Jamaica - Release of Angull's Plantation in St. Catherine, April 29, 1814Add to your cart.
#4508 C. In transcription Folder 3 of 5, Drawer 7. Relase of Angells Plantation in the parish of St. Catherine, Jamaica and the slaves thereon, from Charles Oldfield Bowles to Richard Grant. 1 membrane, with two stamps and attached declaration. 29 april 1814. Three documents.
Folder 27: September 1814Add to your cart.
Item #4507 D: Jamaica - Demise of a Plantation in St. Elizabeth, September 3rd, 1814Add to your cart.
#4507 D. Demise of a plantation and Estates in the parish of St. Elizabeth in the Island of Jamaica to secure money as within. For payment in debts: Ipswich Moiety and Suderland in Parish St. Elizabeth. Robert Green, Esq. to Edmund Francis Green and Charles Green, Esqrs. Dated 3 September 1814.
Folder 28: August 1817Add to your cart.
Item #4526 A: Jamaica - Conveyance and Assignment of Moor Park Plantation., August 1, 1817Add to your cart.
#4526 A. Conveyance and assignment of Moor Park Plantation, a parcel of mountain land, and certain slaves and stock.  From John Gordon and his Mortgagees to George Gordon and his Mortgagees. 6 Membranes of Vellum, joined at foot with 8 seals. Includes list of slaves.
Folder 29: December 1818Add to your cart.
Item #4527 A: Jamaica - Deed of Covenant and Agreement between Simpson and Fleming also Louis Bazalgette Esq., December 12, 1818Add to your cart.
#4527 A. Deed of Covenant and Agreement between Simpson and Thomas Fleming (subsequent to their bankruptcy) and others, and Louis Bazelgette and others, relating to the Elysium Plantation, Jamaica.  3 membranes of Vellum, joined at foot with 9 seals.
Drawer 6: St. Kitts (St. Christopher), 1812 & 1820Add to your cart.
Folder 40: May 1812Add to your cart.
Item #4525: St. Christopher - Assignment of Mortgages and Plantations, May 13th, 1812Add to your cart.
#4525. In transcription Folder 3 of 5, Drawer 7. Assignment of Negroes and other Personal Property Belonging to Plantations in the Island of St. Christopher, from John Moseley to John Scott. 1 membrane of vellum, a little worn, with 2 seals. 13 may 1812.
Folder 41: November 1820Add to your cart.
Item 1: St. Kitts - Indenture between John Knight and William Le Blanc and Others for the Sale of All Plantations in the Parish of St. Mary Cayon in the Island of St. Christopher, November 1st, 1820Add to your cart.
Drawer 7: Trinidad and Tobago . Transcription Folders., 1794-1824Add to your cart.
Folder 42: June 1794Add to your cart.
Item #4518: Tobago - Conveyance of Estates in the Island of Tobago, June 1st, 1794Add to your cart.
#4518. Conveyance of Estates in the island of Tobago. (Conveyance of the Prospect, Mount Pleasant and Craig Hall Estates in Tobago, from Caldwell Craig to Ralph Woodford and others in trust for the creditors.)  (Lots of Land: King Peter's Bay, Spring Estate, Bloody Bay Lot.)  9 mebranes of vellum, joined at foot, with 32 seals (outer membrane somewhat stained). Dated 1 July 1794.
Folder 44: January 1821Add to your cart.
Item #4530: Trinidad and Tobago - Demise of Hampton Estate, March 14, 1823Add to your cart.
#4530. Demise of Hampden Estate (formerly Windsor), Tobago, from Trustees of John Glover deceased to Donald and Mary Brodie. 7 folio sheets, joined at foot with 2 seals; Most sheets contain lists of slaves.
Folder 1: Transcriptions, Folder 1 of 5, 1804, 1846, 1849, 1858, 1860.Add to your cart.
Contains Transcrptions for documents #4515 M - 1860. #4522 - 1804. #4523 A - 1858. #4532 - 1849. #4524 C - 1813.
Folder 2: Transcriptions, Folder 2 of 5. 1817, 1818, 1819, 1823, 1831, 1846.Add to your cart.
#4526 A - 1817. #4526 B - 1831. #4530 - 1823. #4527 A - 1818. #4527 B - 1846. #4527 C - 1819.
Folder 3: Transcriptions, Folder 3 of 5, 1768, 1805, 1808, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1858, 1860.Add to your cart.
#4515 K - 1790-1860. #4524 A - 1810. #4524 C - 1813. #4524 D - 1808. #4508 A/B - 1768. #4508 C - 1814. #4525 - 1812. #4523 A - 1805. #4523 B - 1811. #4523 C - 1858.
Folder 4: Transcriptions, Folder 4 of 5, 1799, 1800, 1802, 1808.Add to your cart.
#4507 C - 1808. #4524 D - 1808. #4515 I - 1802. #4521 Aa - 1800. #4520 - 1799.
Folder 5: Transcriptions, Folder 5 of 5Add to your cart.
Includes typed and written transcriptions for the remaining membranes of vellum. Transcriptions completed in 1985. Cross-referenced examples, as seen above in other folders.
Folder 6: Physical Description - Jamaica Docs.Add to your cart.
Handwritten records and descriptions, #4526, #4515 A-M, etc.
Folder 45: November 1824Add to your cart.
Item #4531: Trinidad and Tobago - Conveyance of Old and New Grange Estates, November 22, 1824Add to your cart.
#4531. Includes Slaves and stock. From General Hay and trustees to Alexander Gordon. 17 membranes of vellum, with 8 seals. Most sheets contain lists of slaves. 23 November 1824.
Drawer 15: Model Land Company & Santo Domingo - Rome/Island De St. ChristopherAdd to your cart.
Box 5: DiariesAdd to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aya Bombé! August-September, 1947Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Aya Bombé! October, 1947Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Aya Bombé! January-February, 1948Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Typescript: The Violence of Domination: U.S. Power and The Dominican Republic, 1967Add to your cart.
By Fred Goff and Michael Locker
Folder 5: Newspaper: International Hot-Spice, January, 1994Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Number 1
Folder 6: Various flyers, newsletters, and typescripts in favor of solidarity with Puerto Rico, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Ray O. Light Newsletter: The U.S. Imperialist Invasion of Grenada and Some Revolutionary Lessons, 1983Add to your cart.
Number 26
Folder 8: Newsletter: Wilshire's, 1910Add to your cart.
Volume 14, Numbers 7-8
Folder 9: Paper: Midlife and Older Women in Jamaica: Coping with Family Life and Work Situations, 1997Add to your cart.
By Joan M. Rawlins Ph.D
Folder 10: Letter: From the Consul of Spain in Jamaica to the Captain General of the Island of Cuba, 1842Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Booklet: Address by Monsignor Juan Félix Pepén, 1961Add to your cart.
Delievered by the Bishop of La Altagracia at the Cathedral of La Altagracia, Higuey, Dominican Republic
Folder 12: Rene Depestre: an essayAdd to your cart.
An analysis of the responsibility that the intellectual has to contribute to the reformation of the Third World. Relates this concept to the Cuban revolution in particular. Criticizes economic imperialism and the subjugation of the Third WOrld by the economic conquests of the First World.
Folder 13: Pamphlet: Jacques Gabriel Art Exhibition, 1973Add to your cart.
Written in French (Creole). For an art exhibition by Jacques Gabriel at the Art Center in Port-Au-Prince, Haitia, from November to December of 1973.
Folder 14: Gravures Originales Signees Par Les Peintres Populaires D'Haiti, 1947Add to your cart.
9 woodcut prints depicting various scenes, all signed by respective artists
Folder 15: Journal: Casha- Vol. 1, No. 1, 1973Add to your cart.
First issue of this journal of the Caribbean Liberation Movement, the title taken from the name of a thorn bush native to the Caribbean. Contents include a message (reprinted)from the New Beginning Movement (Trinidad & Tobago) on African Liberation Day, 1973, a memorial piece piece on Zayd Malik Shakur, and the article "Asylum or Death? The Lives of Over 100 Haitian Refugees in Florida are in Danger"
Folder 16: Report: Galways: A Caribbean Sugar Plantation, 1982Add to your cart.
A 1981 Field Report (copyrighted in 1982) on the Galways Plantation in Montserrat, West Indies, written by Lydia M. Pulsipher and Conrad M. Goodwin.
Folder 17: Manuscript letter (Slavery in Grenada): Thomas Lithgow to George Dunlap, 18 May 1788Add to your cart.
"[Grenada, 18 May 1788]- Manuscript signed letter of significant content, dealing with the Belmont Estate, a sugar plantation in Grenada, features the African slave trade, slavery legislation, coffee and cocoa production, and the financial affairs following the death of the estate owner John Aitcheson Sr., written by Thomas Lithgow and addressed to comptroller George Dunlop. 8vo. Double leaf laid watermarked paper by C. Taylor, measuring approximately 18.5 x 22 cm, with integral address, imbedded red wax seal, manuscript annotations and mail markings including a stamp from the Dover Shipyard. The writer, Thomas Lithgow, was a planter in Grenada, and evidently well connected with the island's mercantile and political elite, a highly influential group of Scottish plantation and slave owners in the West Indies, including the future Governor. [Lithgow is listed as such in David Dobson's work, "Scots in the West Indies 1707-1857" which refers to the 1779 records of the National Archive of Scotland.]" - Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts
Folder 18: The Negro History Bulletin: "Education in Haiti" and "The Negro Little Theatre Movement", 1949Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Appraisement of Cardiff Plantation Negros & Stock, 1810 & 1814Add to your cart.
"Two manuscript appraisals of the virtually unknown Cardiff Estate in Saint Mary Parish, Tobago, valuing the land, buildings, slaves, and livestock. The 1810 document features the signatures of three appraisers, and an addendum annotation signed by attorney John Reid who requested the assessment on behalf of Messrs. ... 4 pages on a double-leaf, laid watermarked paper of T.J. Edmonds 1804, featuring the Britannia." -Voyager Press Rare Books
Folder 20: Extract from the Inventory of this Property of Messieurs Roudier and Haurie, 1831Add to your cart.
"Original manuscript document pertaining to the slave compensation claims made for the little-known Du Pail Estate in the Borough (parish) of Laborie, St. Lucia, being a contemporary true copy extracted and translated from the French appraisement maed in 1831, and used to determine the slave compensation to be paid to Marie Rose H. Roudier, widow of a planter and senior commissioner Pierre Antonie Joseph Roudier, and also to counterclaimants, two Forsyth brothers." - Voyager Press Rare Books
Folder 21: Extracts from the Return of Slaves on Prospect Estate in Trinidad, 1813-1822Add to your cart.
"Signed manuscript document tallying and describing the slaves of Prospect Estate in Trinidad, being a register of slaves working this sugar plantation from 1813 to 1822, listing 72 individuals by the English names assignedto them, their approximate age, their occupations, health, distinguishing tribal marks, and country of origin. Folio. 8 pages, on three string-tied double-leafs, laid watermark paper of Chartham Mills, papermaker W. Weatherley made in 1824 and featuring a large fleur-de-lys emblem ... Each leaf signed in the original by Thomas Amyot, the Registrar of Colonial Slaves in Great Britain." -Voyager Press Rare Books
Folder 22: Signed Oil Claim Agreement Guayaguayare Bay, Trinidad, 1917Add to your cart.
"Guayaguayare Oil Claim Documents involving 'Trinidad's Father of Oil,' Randolph Thomas Hammond Rust and two British companies. One (1) signed agreement for land purchase off Guayaguayare Bay 17 December 1917, and one (1) accompanying for land survey plan of the parcels of land; together with one (1) signed letter rescinding the agreement in 1919." -Voyager Press Rare Books
Folder 23: Mr. & Mrs. Pupin to Sale of 50 Slaves, 1821Add to your cart.
"Original manuscript document recording the sale of 50 slaves from the plantation "La Perle" in the Soufriere district of Saint Lucia, belonging to a Mr. and Mrs. Pupin of Brittany, also conveying the estate on lease-to-own terms, both to Peter Muler, a merchant from Castries, being a contemporary true copy translated from the French, for the English party in the transaction." - Voyager Press Rare Books
Folder 24: Letter: From Agents Jacques & Fisher to Sir William Fitzherbert, 1785Add to your cart.
An informative letter sent by agents Jacques & Fisher to Sir William Fitzherbert, 1st Baronet (1748-1791) updating him with news relating to the running of his plantations in Jamaica. Through his marriage to Sarah Perrin Fitzherbert inherited four sugar planations: Forest, Blue Mountain, Vere and Grange Hill. The letter reports on the purchase of slaves for Vere estate. Of particular interest is a detailed discussion concerning the planned upgrading of a water mill with mill machinery to be purchased from Sir Thomas Champneys, 1st Baronet (1745-1821). Interim measures are outlined for managing the sugar crop for the next season with the existing water mill supported by a cattle mill. Also reported is the sale of a "sett of coppers" intended for Grange estate, "as they could not possibly be hung in the present Boiling House after the damage it sustained in the storm." -Samuel Gedge Ltd.
Box 7: La nouvelle Haiti tribune, 1981-1982Add to your cart.
Sixteen issues of the anti-Duvalier paper published for Haitians in the US
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Folder 1: Panama Canal Zone and Porto Rico Map, n.d.Add to your cart.
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Has the words "Don the Beachcomber" on the map.

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