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Items and Projects tagged as Obeah-Religion (Nineteenth Century):

Bell, Henry, A Witch’s Legacy (1893)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractThis novel was published in London, England by William Clowes and Sons in 1893, and is divided into twelve chapters. Sir Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell (1864–1952) was a British colonial administrator […]

Bell, Henry, Obeah: Witchcraft in the West Indies (1893)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractPublished in London by Sampson Lowe Marston and Company in 1893, this second edition of Obeah, Witchcraft in the West Indies was written by Hesketh Bell. Sir Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell […]

Lewis, Matthew, West India Proprietor (1834)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractJournal of a West India proprietor: kept during a residence in the Island of Jamaica was written by Matthew Gregory Lewis and was first published in London in 1834. Matthew Lewis […]

Moseley, Benjamin, A Treatise on Sugar: With Miscellaneous Medical Observations (1800)

Kate Simpkins X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractA Treatise on Sugar is one of several treatises in which the English physician Benjamin Moseley traces Euro-centric geographical histories of plant cultivation in the Caribbean. This treatise, as the […]

Moseley, Benjamin, Medical Tracts (1800)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractPublished in 1800, this medical text is the second edition of physician Benjamin Moseley’s Treatise on medical conditions that were common in the West Indies. The Treatise contains eight sections that […]

Phillpotts, Eden, Obiman (1893)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractEden Phillpotts was an English author, poet, and dramatist born in 1862 in British India. He was a prolific writer who published many short stories, novels, and plays. The Obiman is […]

Thomson, James, Diseases (1820)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractPublished in 1820, this medical treatise was written by physician James Thomson, M.D. It describes common disease found on the island of Jamaica and contains information about signs, symptoms, and treatments […]

William, Earle Jr., Obi; or, the History of Three-Fingered Jack (1804)

Liz Polcha X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractWilliam Earle Jr.’s epistolary novel, Obi was first published in 1800 by Earle and Hemet in London. According to Srinivas Aravamudan, little is known about the life of William Earle […]

Williams, Cynric R, Hamel: The Obeah Man (1827) vol1

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractA gothic novel in two volumes, Hamel, The Obeah Man was first published anonymously in 1827. The Novel is set in early nineteenth-century Jamaica, and tells the story of a slave […]

Williams, Cynric R, Hamel: The Obeah Man (1827) vol2

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractA gothic novel in two volumes, Hamel, The Obeah Man was first published anonymously in 1827. The Novel is set in early nineteenth-century Jamaica, and tells the story of a slave […]

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Obeah and the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (Atlantic Studies, Vol 12, 2015)

See Exhibit: Obeah and Atlantic Studies Abstract In conjunction with this special issue of Atlantic Studies, the Early Caribbean Digital Archive (ECDA) – developed at Northeastern University and available at ecdaproject.org – has created a collaborative archival project, “Obeah and the Caribbean.” This project consists, in part, of a digital exhibit of original obeah texts […]

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