Proceedings of the Fifteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society Martinique and Guadeloupe, May 1989 by Patricia Kay Galloway, Philip P. Boucher
  

Proceedings of the Fifteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society Martinique and Guadeloupe, May 1989

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Proceedings of the Fifteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society Martinique and Guadeloupe, May 1989 by Patricia Kay Galloway, Philip P. Boucher

This volume contains the papers presented at the French Colonial Historical Society's fifteenth annual meeting held in 1989. Contents: La Pens?iee rEvolutionnaire et la question coloniale: De l'anti-esclavagisme l'aboltionnisme; Les Archives de la Guadeloupe; Condorcet et les Colonies; Marronage, voodoo, and the Saint Domingue slave revolt of 1791; Robert Challe: Une Chronique Martiniquaise; Pacific de Provins and the Capuchin network in the French Colonies in Africa and America; La carriEre mouvementEe de Charles Huaulet de Montmagny; Le chevalier de Boufflersau SEnEgal et la chevalier de Tourville Saint Domingue; The Interaction of French and British antislavery, 1789-1848; Les Portraits de Victor Hugues dans Le SiEcle des LuminiEres d'Alejo Carpentier; Orphans of War: United States Diplomacy and the French West Indies; The Pointe CoupEe Slave Conspiracy; Desertion, treason and the concept of loyalty on the frontier of New Imperialism's New Clothes: The Mandate System in Tropical Africa. Co-published with the French Colonial Historical Society.

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Hardback
240 pages

Author

Patricia Kay Galloway, Philip P. Boucher
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Publisher

University Press of America

Publication date

28th October 1991

ISBN

9780819183224


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