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Caribbean History for CSEC

ISBN 9780198329992 $6,550.00
Key Features:
  • Comprehensive coverage of the new 2009 syllabus in one volume
  • Key terms highlighted and simply defined
  • Discussion points to develop creative and critical thinking
  • Examination questions at the end of each chapter
Author: Kevin Baldeosingh; Radica Mahase Publisher: Oxford

Caribbean History Independence Book 2

ISBN: 9781408205945 $5,445.00
Encourage an understanding of how what is happening now links to historical studies with "Since 1985". Author: William Claypole et al.

Caribbean History Foundation Book 1

ISBN: 9781408205938 $5,445.00
Ensure full coverage of themes from the late 19th century to 1985 with Caribbean History. Author: Bill Claypole et al.

Empires and Conquest

EAN 9781510436695 $4,495.00
Provide students with a solid foundation in Caribbean history and encourage social studies skills, with an active approach to the study of social history for Lower Secondary. ISBN: 9781510436695 Author(s): John T Gilmore et al. Publisher: Hodder Education

Liberties Lost

ISBN: 9780521435444 $3,600.00
Starting with indigenous societies, Liberties Lost covers Europe's Caribbean project, European settlement and rivalry, the Transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans; sugar and slavery; African culture and community life; revolt and resistance and, finally, Caribbean emancipation. Author: Hilary Beckles; Verene Shepherd Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Freedoms Won

ISBN: 9780521435451 $3,600.00
Caribbean Emancipations, Ethnicities and Nationhood. Starting with the aftermath of emancipation, Freedoms Won covers the African-Caribbean peasantry, Asian arrival in the Caribbean, social and political experiences of the working classes in the immediate post-slavery period, the Caribbean economy, US intervention and imperialist tendencies from the 18th century, the Labour Movement in the Caribbean in the 20th century the social life and culture of the Caribbean people, and social protest, decolonization and nationhood. Author: Hilary Beckles; Verene Shepherd Publisher: Cambridge University Press

People Who Came Book 3

EAN 9780582766570 $3,025.00
Test knowledge and stimulate further enquiry and thought with a wide range of questions and activities. ISBN: 9780582766570 Author: Kamau Brathwaite

CREATING JAMAICA: OUR EARLY YEARS

EAN 9789766382155 $2,730.00
Creating Jamaica - Our Early Years is an exciting introduction to the study of history for Grade 7 students. This is a revision of the longstanding Creating a Nation: Jamaica and retains many of the features and strong foundation that made the 1st edition such a valuable text. ISBN: 9789766382155 Author: June C. Wallace; Gloria V. Robinson Publisher: Carlong Publishers

Creating a Nation Jamaica

$2,305.00
Now known as Creating Jamaica Our Early Years Author: June Cezair Wallace

The Caribbean People Book 2

EAN 9780748797424 $2,112.00
THIRD EDITION The Caribbean People has been the best JS History course in and for the Caribbean for some time, as well as being an excellent read for the interested layman. ISBN: 9780748797424 Author: Lennox Honeychurch

Collins Social Studies Atlas for Jamaica Secondary Workbook

ISBN: 9780008361730 $1,875.00
Prepared specifically to support social studies, map skills, early geography skills plus history and heritage topics in the National Standards Curriculum for grades 7 to 9. Publisher: Collins