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Review: Gone is the ancient glory: Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1534–2000, James Robertson, Kingston and Miami: Ian Randle, 2005, xviii + 477 pp. ISBN: 976 637 198 9 ($49.95 cloth); 976 637 197 0 ($30.00 paper)

Review: Gone is the ancient glory: Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1534–2000, James Robertson, Kingston and Miami: Ian Randle, 2005, xviii + 477 pp. ISBN: 976 637 198 9 ($49.95 cloth); 976 637 197 0 ($30.00 paper)
Review: Gone is the ancient glory: Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1534–2000, James Robertson, Kingston and Miami: Ian Randle, 2005, xviii + 477 pp. ISBN: 976 637 198 9 ($49.95 cloth); 976 637 197 0 ($30.00 paper)
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Petley, Christer
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Petley, Christer
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Petley, Christer (2006) Review: Gone is the ancient glory: Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1534–2000, James Robertson, Kingston and Miami: Ian Randle, 2005, xviii + 477 pp. ISBN: 976 637 198 9 ($49.95 cloth); 976 637 197 0 ($30.00 paper). Slavery & Abolition, 27 (3), 403-405. (doi:10.1080/01440390601014658).

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Published date: December 2006
Organisations: History

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Local EPrints ID: 393335
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/393335
ISSN: 0144-039X
PURE UUID: 8181d442-e625-4995-9c1a-f110ca256e83
ORCID for Christer Petley: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0616-1871

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