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Open Access Plantation development in Berbice from 1753 to 1779: the shift from the interior to the coast

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Plantation development in Berbice from 1753 to 1779: the shift from the interior to the coast

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Examination of the factors involved in the shift in plantation development. The author emphasizes the availability of venture capital in the later 18th century; the movements in the prices of commodities in Europe; and the different labour requirements for the production of sugar, cacao, coffee, and cotton.

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2017-02-28

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