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A brief, accurate and attractive account of Jamaicaits history, its people and its countrysideas it was on the eve of becoming an independent country in 1962. The text is complemented by thirty excellent photographs. 19 Jamaica. Painted by A. S. Forrest, described by John Henderson. London: Adam & Charles Black, 1906. 179p. (Black's Smaller Series of Beautiful Books). An account of Jamaica, the land and people, their social life and customs illustrated with twenty-four coloured plates of water-colour paintings of scenes and persons.
DeLancey, Sheila L. Elliott, December Green, Kenneth J. Menkhaus, Mohammad Haji Moqtar, Peter J. Schraeder 93 Brunei, Sylvia C. Engelen Krausse and Gerald H. Krausse 94 Albania, William B. Bland 95 Singapore, Stella R. Quah and Jon S. T. Quah 96 Guyana, Frances Chambers 97 Chile, Harold Blakemore 98 El Salvador, Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. 99 The Arctic, H. G. R. King 100 Nigeria, Robert A. Myers 101 Ecuador, David Corkhill 102 Uruguay, Henry Finch with the assistance of Alicia Casas de Barrán 103 Japan, Frank Joseph Shulman 104 Belgium, R.
The earlier volume attempted to show 'slices of Jamaican life'. This volume sets out to illustrate 'the inner beauty of the land and the soul of the people . ' (p. 12). 12 Jamaica: the land and the people. Ray Chen. Montreal; Kingston: Ray Chen, 1984. 228p. map. A splendid collection of colour photographs by a commercial photographer of Jamaican origin. ' 13 Twentieth century Jamaica. H[erbert] G[eorge] DeLisser. Kingston: Jamaica Times, 1913. 208p. A Jamaican middle-class view of social, economic and political conditions at the beginning of the century, with particular reference to colour, class, popular attitudes to religion and marriage, commercial ties with North America and England and the political attitudes engendered by these ties.
Jamaica (World Bibliographical Series) by K. E. Ingram