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Ashy, Narrative of Ashy; from Narratives of Ashy and Sibell (1799)

Josephine Sloman X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractIn 1799 a white, West Indian born, John Ford recorded the narratives of Sibell and Ashy, two enslaved women in Barbados. They were reproduced by Jerome S. Handler nearly 200 […]

Clara, The Narrative of Clara: In The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies, Edwards (1793)

William Bond X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractClara’s narrative was published within a footnote (62-3 of Volume II) in Bryan Edwards’s History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies. The footnote also includes another […]

Cudjoe, The Narrative of Cudjoe: In The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies, Edwards (1793)

William Bond X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractCudjoe’s narrative was published within a footnote (62-3 of Volume II) in Bryan Edwards’s History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies. The footnote also includes […]

Sibell, Narrative of Sibell; from Narratives of Ashy and Sibell (1799)

Josephine Sloman X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractIn 1799 a white, West Indian born, John Ford recorded the narratives of Sibell and Ashy, two enslaved women in Barbados. They were reproduced by Jerome S. Handler nearly 200 […]

Thomas, John, Creole Grammar (1869)

ecdaTeam X Close ecda : : bookmarks Manage your ecda bookmarks and bookmark collections. You need to Login or Register to bookmark/favorite this content. AbstractJohn Jacob Thomas was an Afro-Trinidadian school master, writer, and linguist. His guidebook was critical in reframing Trinidadian  English-Creole as its own distinct language, rather than “poorly” spoken Ango-English. It was first published in […]

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’s Obi is a sentimental and episodic interpretation of one of Jamaica’s folk heroes: Jack Mansong, a runaway slave and Maroon leader. Following the first London edition of Earle’s […]

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