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Open Access Sugar technology and slave labor in Martinique, 1830-1848

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Sugar technology and slave labor in Martinique, 1830-1848

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Examination of the transformation of the world and national sugar markets during the first part of the 19th century. At that time conditions for improvements in productive technique that developed this integration of agricultural and manufacturing processes to its fullest extent were created.

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2017-03-24

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