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TitleContributorsPublisherYearMedium
Some Caribbean sugar mills - 24 NovemberRoberts, Niall1989Manuscript/Typescript
Bittersweet: The Story of SugarMcKinnis, PeterAllen & Unwin 2002Digital
Sugar Machines: Picturing Industrialized Slavery - vol 121, 2, (April), 403-436John, CrowleyAmerican Historical Review2016Book
Freedom and oppression of slaves in the eighteenth-century CaribbeanStinchcombe, Arthur LAmerican Sociological Review1994Digital
The sugar industry of Pernambuco during the nineteenth century - Vol 58 (2) 285-303Galloway, J HAnnals of the Association of American Geographers1968Digital
Moulins de la MartiniqueDarsières, Camille; Jean-Baptiste, Nicaise; Joseph, Yves-AndréAssociation Régionale des Amis des Moulins de la MartiniqueBook
Slaves with or without sugar: Registers of the international seminar, Funchal 17th to 21st June 1996Vieira, AlbertoAtlantic History Study Centre Regional Tourism and Culture Office1996Book
The slave experience in the CaribbeanKlein, Herbert SAtlantic History Study Centre Regional Tourism and Culture Office1996Digital
Plantations of Antigua: the sweet success of sugar. Vol 1: St John's ParishDery, Donald A; Meeker, Agnes CAuthorhouse, Indiana2017Book
Plantations of Antigua: the sweet success of sugar. Vol 2: St George's Parish and St Peter's ParishDery, Donald A; Meeker, Agnes CAuthorhouse, Indiana2019Book
Plantations of Antigua: the sweet success of sugar. Vol 3: St Philip's, St Paul's and St Mary's ParishDery, Donald A; Meeker, Agnes CAuthorhouse, Indiana2020Book
Cuban Cane Sugar: a Sketch of the Industry, from Soil to Sack, Together with a Survey of the Circumstances Which Combine to Make Cuba The Sugar Bowl of the WorldWiles, RobertBobbs-Merrill Company1916Book
'The Garden of the World': An historical archaeology of sugar landscapes in the eastern Caribbean (1632)Hicks, DanBritish Archaeological Reports2007Book
The Sugar Plantation in India and Indonesia: Industrial production, 1770-2010Bosma, UlbeCambridge University Press2013Book
Sugar cane industry: An historical geography from its origins to 1914Galloway, J HCambridge University Press1989Book
The Rise and Fall of the Plantation Complex: Essays in Atlantic HistoryCurtin, Philip DCambridge University Press2005Book
Legacies of British slave-ownership: Colonial slavery and the formation of Victorian BritainDonington, Katie; Draper, Nicholas; Hall, Catherine; Lang, Rachel; McClelland, KeithCambridge University Press2014Book
History of sugar Volume 1Deerr, NoelChapman & Hall1949Book
History of sugar Volume 2Deerr, NoelChapman & Hall1950Book
The Sugar Factory in the Colonial West Indies: an Archaeological and Historical Comparative AnalysisMeide, ChuckCollege of William and Mary2003Digital
Sugar, Engineering and Commerce in Nineteenth Century Cuba (Sub-imperial Globalisation and the Phoenix of Empire) - Working Paper No.2Curry-Machado, JonathanCommodities of Empire2007Digital
Slave prices, the African slave trade and productivity in the Caribbean, 1674–1807 - LVIII (4), 673–700Eltis, David; Lewis, Frank D; Richardson, DavidEconomic History Review2005Digital
Recovering Scotland's slavery past: The Caribbean connectionDevine, Tom MEdinburgh University Press2015Book
History of the British West IndiesBurns, Sir AlanGeorge Allen & Unwin1965Book
Slave Women and Reproduction in Jamaica, c .1776–1834 - vol 91 (302) 231-253Morgan, KennethHistorical Association2006Digital
Steam and Sugar: Diffusion of the Stationary Steam Engine to the Caribbean Sugar Industry 1770-1840 - vol 19 pp 63-84Tann, JenniferHistory of Technology, vol 19 pp 63-841997Digital
Industrial archaeology in Fiji - Vol 10, February (1) pp 1-20Bloomfield, G TIndustrial Archaeology1973Article
Spalding's sugar works site, Sapelo Island, Georgia - Vol 12 Winter (4) pp 318-336, Crook Jr, Morgan R; O'Grady, Patricia DIndustrial Archaeology1977Article
Estate ruins as loci for industrial archaeology in Jamaica - XXVI (1) 37-44Satchell, Veront MIndustrial Archaeology Review2004Article
Hamilton's sugar mill, Nevis, Leeward Islands, Eastern Caribbean - XIII (2), 114-141 Wright, Ann; Wright, NeilIndustrial Archaeology Review1991Article
Sugar mills (Tawahin es-Sukkar) in the Jordan valley - no 80 pp 26-34Abu-dalo, RubaInternational Molinology2010Article
The sugar mills of Martinique - no 88 pp 33-40Huyghues-Belrose, VincentInternational Molinology2014Article
Val d'Or sugar mill, Martinique - no 90 pp 38-41Huyghues-Belrose, VincentInternational Molinology2015Article
Sugar windmills - no 101 pp 2-9van Bergen, WillemInternational Molinology2021Article
Sugar and slavery, family and race; the letters and diaries of Pierre Dessalles, planter in Martinique, 1808-1856Forster, Elborg; Forster, RobertJohn Hopkins University Press1996Book
Sugar and slaves: the rise of the planter class in the English West Indies, 1624-1713Dunn, Richard SJonathan Cape1973Book
Confronting the Crisis of the Slave-Based Plantation System in Puerto Rico: Bureaucratic Proposals for Agricultural Modernisation, Diversification and Free Labour, c1846–1852 - vol 42 (1) 121–154Chinea, Jorge L Journal of Latin American Studies2010Digital
Home-grown Slaves: Women, Reproduction, and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Jamaica 1788–1807 - Vol. 23 No. 3, 39–62.Turner, SashaJournal of Women’s History2011Digital
To Shoot Hard Labour: The Life and Times of Samuel Smith an Antiguan Workingman 1877-1982Smith, Fred C; Smith, K BKaria Press 1988Book
Women and Slavery in the Caribbean : A Feminist PerspectiveReddock, Rhoda ELatin American Perspectives1985Digital
Historic Architecture in the Caribbean IslandsCrain, Edward ELibraryPress@UF2017Digital
Slaves to sweetness: British and Caribbean literatures of SugarPlasa, CarlLiverpool University Press2009Book
Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation: Black Slaves and the British EmpireCraton, Michael; Walvin, James; Wright, David Longman1976Book
Economy and material culture of slaves: Goods and chattels on the sugar plantations of Jamaica and LouisianaMcDonald, Roderick ALouisiana State University Press1993Book
Black Labor, White Sugar: Caribbean Braceros and Their Struggle for Power in the Cuban Sugar IndustryHoward, Philip ALouisiana State University Press2015Book
Short history of the West IndiesParry, J H; Sherlock, P MMacmillan1971Book
The Rex Wailes Collection. Windmills and steam power in BarbadosCookson, Mildred MMilling & Grain 2020Digital
The vertical three-roller sugar millWard, OwenMills Research Group1988Digital
Horizontal sugar millsRoberts, NiallMills Research Group1992Digital
Changing sugar technology and the labour nexus: the Caribbean, 1750-1900 - 63 no: 1/2, Leiden, 3-22Boomgaard, Peter; Oostindie, GertNew West Indian Guide/ Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, Leiden1989Digital