2 edition of On the diamond trail in British Guiana found in the catalog.
On the diamond trail in British Guiana
Map on lining-paper.
|Statement||by Gwen Richardson; with twenty-three illustrations and a map.|
|LC Classifications||F2371 .R52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 243,  p.|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||26013049|
British Guiana was a former British colony, part of the British West Indies, which resided on the northern coast of South America, now known as the independent nation of Guyana. The first European to discover Guiana was Sir Walter Raleigh, an English explorer. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle there, starting in the early 17th century, when they founded the colonies of Essequibo and . The Beginning of British Guiana. Control of Essequibo after Early British Administrative Reforms. Amerindian Loyalty to the British. The Anti-Slavery movement in British Guiana. Rumors of freedom. The Demerara Slave uprising. The end of Slavery.
How can one of the most significant Events in Guyanese history, the East Indian Colonization Plan of , which was the most dominant issue in British Guiana. The Census transcription page contains the Essequibo Census, plus censuses of all British Guiana-born citizens in , and , as well as all British Guiana-born people in the United. The unitary colony of British Guiana was brought into existence by Royal Proclamation on 21st July To celebrate that event, the British Guiana Centenary Year Book.
The best chapter in Barbara P. Josiah's book is “The Perils of Labor in Mining.” It tells how, beginning in about , the descendants of slaves began to migrate into British Guiana's rugged interior and back to escape the oppression and low wages of coastal sugar cane plantations by seeking higher wages in gold and diamond mines. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in. The West Kootenay Power Plants on the Kootenay River were expanded and CM&S participated in the development of the atom bomb. On May 8, , Blaylock died and Diamond assumed management of the smelter operations. With the end of World War II, another era in Trail's history had come to an end.
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