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Open Access The struggle for respectability: Methodism and Afro-Caribbean culture on 19th century Nevis

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The struggle for respectability: Methodism and Afro-Caribbean culture on 19th century Nevis

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The relationship between the English Methodists and the Afro-Caribbean population was one informed by different cultural frameworks as well as different class interests. The author examines the missionizing activities in the English-speaking Caribbean, in particular Nevis.

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