The People Who Came by Edward K. Brathwaite, James Carnegie, John Robottom, P. Patterson
  

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The People Who Came by Edward K. Brathwaite, James Carnegie, John Robottom, P. Patterson

This highly successful series The People Who Came (Book 2) consists of three books specifically written for the junior years of secondary schools in the Caribbean. Unique in its scope, the series provides a history of the people of the New World from a West Indian point of view. Key features include: * Many maps, diagrams, illustrations and colour photos throughout * Lively and direct style * A wide range of questions and activities at the end of each chapter designed both to test knowledge and to stimulate further enquiry and thought. * Varied and stimulating suggestions for follow-up activities at the end of each quarter. Book Two covers the history of the Caribbean from the arrival of Columbus, through the establishment of settlements by the Europeans, to the plantation system and slavery. The book ends with slave rebellions and emancipation movements. This new edition has been fully updated to give teachers and students the benefit of the latest historical findings.

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Format

Paperback
136 pages

Author

Edward K. Brathwaite, James Carnegie, John Robottom, P. Patterson
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

24th April 1989

ISBN

9780582766587


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