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History of corn milling, vol.1: handstones, slave and cattle millsBennett, Richard; Elton, JohnSimpkin, Marshall & Company1898Book
Sugar Mills and SlaveryNisbet, Stuart MThe Mills Archive Trust2021Book
Legacies of British slave-ownership: Colonial slavery and the formation of Victorian BritainDonington, Katie; Draper, Nicholas; Hall, Catherine; Lang, Rachel; McClelland, KeithCambridge University Press2014Book
Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation: Black Slaves and the British EmpireCraton, Michael; Walvin, James; Wright, DavidLongman1976Book
Sugar And Slavery : An Economic History Of The British West IndiesSheridan, RichardUniversity Press of the West Indies2000Book
Sugar, Slavery and Technological Change: Jamaica 1760-1830Satchell, Veront MVDM Verlag Dr Muller2010Book
Occupations of enslaved women on Buff Bay Plantation, 1819UCL database: Legacies of British Slavery Website
Recovering Scotland's slavery past: The Caribbean connectionDevine, Tom MEdinburgh University Press2015Book
Economy and material culture of slaves: Goods and chattels on the sugar plantations of Jamaica and LouisianaMcDonald, Roderick ALouisiana State University Press1993Book
Dispossessed Lives: Enslaved women, violence and the archiveFuentes, Marisa JUniversity of Pennsylvania2016Book
Masters and the slaves: A study in the development of Brazilian civilisationFreyre, GilbertoWeidenfeld and Nicolson1956Book
Sugar and slaves: the rise of the planter class in the English West Indies, 1624-1713Dunn, Richard SJonathan Cape1973Book
Sugar and slavery, family and race; the letters and diaries of Pierre Dessalles, planter in Martinique, 1808-1856Forster, Elborg; Forster, RobertJohn Hopkins University Press1996Book
History of corn milling, vol.1: handstones, slave and cattle millsBennett, Richard; Elton, JohnSimpkin, Marshall & Company1899Book
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
African and European slave tradesHornsby, Jr, Alton; Rucker, Walter CBlackwell Publishing Ltd2005-Digital
Sugar, slavery and emancipation: the industrial archaeology of the West Indian island of TobagoEubanks, Thomas HalesUniversity of Florida1992-Digital
Three continents, one history: Birmingham, the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the CaribbeanHarris, CliveAfro-Caribbean Millennium Centre2008-Digital
Rumors of Slavery: Defending Emancipation in a Hostile CaribbeanEller, AnneOxford University Press2017-Digital
Slave experience in the CaribbeanKlein, Herbert SAtlantic History Study Centre Regional Tourism and Culture Office1996-Digital
Women and Slavery in the Caribbean : A Feminist PerspectiveReddock, Rhoda ELatin American Perspectives198512 pp 63-80Digital
Contesting “White Slavery” in the Caribbean: Enslaved Africans and European Indentured Servants in Seventeenth-Century BarbadosHandler, Jerome S; Reilly, Matthew CNew West Indian Guide/ Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, Leiden2017Issue 91 pp 30-55Digital
Bogs of Death: Slavery, the Brazilian Flour Trade, and the Mystery of the Vanishing Millpond in Antebellum VirginiaRood, DanielJournal of American History2014June pp19-43Digital
Slave prices, the African slave trade and productivity in the Caribbean, 1674–1807Eltis, David; Lewis, Frank D; Richardson, DavidEconomic History Review2005LVIII (4), 673–700Digital
British Empire and the Suppression of the Slave Trade to Brazil: A Global History AnalysisParron, TâmisJournal of World History2018March Vol 29 (1) pp. 1-36Digital
History of corn milling, vol.1: handstones, slave and cattle millsBennett, Richard; Elton, JohnBurt Franklin, New York1960or laterFacsimile reprint
Sugar Machines: Picturing Industrialized SlaveryJohn, CrowleyAmerican Historical Review2016vol 121, 2, (April), 403-436Digital
Confronting the Crisis of the Slave-Based Plantation System in Puerto Rico: Bureaucratic Proposals for Agricultural Modernisation, Diversification and Free Labour, c1846–1852Chinea, Jorge LJournal of Latin American Studies2010vol 42 (1) 121–154Digital
Freedom and oppression of slaves in the eighteenth-century CaribbeanStinchcombe, Arthur LAmerican Sociological Review1994Vol 59 (6) December pp 911-929Digital
Slave Women and Reproduction in Jamaica, c .1776–1834Morgan, KennethHistorical Association2006vol 91 (302) 231-253Digital
Home-grown Slaves: Women, Reproduction, and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Jamaica 1788–1807Turner, SashaJournal of Women’s History2011Vol. 23 No. 3, 39–62.Digital