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Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database
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written by Emory University (Atlanta, GA: Emory University, 2013),
Source: www.slavevoyages.org
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La Pirogue: Goor Fitt
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directed by Moussa Touré, 1958-; produced by Oumar Sy, Adrien Maigne and Éric Névé, 1961-, Studio 37, LCS (Production company), Royal Pony Film, Appaloosa Films, Arte France Cinema, Astou Films and Les Chauves-Souris (New York, NY: ArtMattan Productions, 2012), 1 hour 25 mins
In Moussa Toure's powerful epic fiction film, a group of 30 men sail to Europe in a pirogue, facing the sea - and the possibility of never reaching their destination - in exchange for the myth of a better life in Europe. Baye Laye is the captain of a fishing pirogue. Like many of his Senegalese compatriots, he som...
directed by Moussa Touré, 1958-; produced by Oumar Sy, Adrien Maigne and Éric Névé, 1961-, Studio 37, LCS (Production company), Royal Pony Film, Appaloosa Films, Arte France Cinema, Astou Films and Les Chauves-Souris (New York, NY: ArtMattan Productions, 2012), 1 hour 25 mins
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JOURNEY TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
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written by Robert N. Murray, fl. 1996 and Patrick L. Hylton, fl. 1996; in Lest We Forget: The Experiences of World War II Westindian Ex-Service Personnel (Nottingham, England and Antigua and Barbuda: Nottingham Westindian Combined Ex-services Association and Hansib Publishing (Caribbean), 1996, originally published 1996), 41-54
The West Indian contribution during World War II is an overlooked chapter in the history of the Allied war effort. Little or nothing is known about the heroics, sacrifices and the harsh treatment endured by men and women from the Caribbean who were serving what was then ‘the Mother Country’. This book tells th...
written by Robert N. Murray, fl. 1996 and Patrick L. Hylton, fl. 1996; in Lest We Forget: The Experiences of World War II Westindian Ex-Service Personnel (Nottingham, England and Antigua and Barbuda: Nottingham Westindian Combined Ex-services Association and Hansib Publishing (Caribbean), 1996, originally published 1996), 41-54
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Letter from A. Hill to W. H. Hardman re: Railway Warrants for Jamaicans Going to Destination Outside Port of Arrival Should Be Marked 'West Indian Arrivals,
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written by A. Hill, fl. 1847, in LAB - Records of departments responsible for labour and employment matters and related bodies. Division within LAB - Records of the Training, Employment, Appointments and Resettlement departments and policy, and the Regional Organisation. LAB 8 - Ministry of Labour and successors: Employment Policy, Registered Files (EM series and other series). Subseries within LAB 8 - Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1947), Question of placing Jamaican and other coloured colonial workers. Correspondence on Maltese immigration, the arrival of the HMT Ormonde with 100 Jamaicans on board in 1947, and the booking of more than 300 berths by Jamaican men on the Empire Windrush. Deals with efforts to find work for the first black immigrants and the opposition of unions and management to the hiring of black workers in various industries including the Merchant Navy, brickworks, agriculture and dockyards. (LAB/8/1499) , 1 page(s)
written by A. Hill, fl. 1847, in LAB - Records of departments responsible for labour and employment matters and related bodies. Division within LAB - Records of the Training, Employment, Appointments and Resettlement departments and policy, and the Regional Organisation. LAB 8 - Ministry of Labour and successors: Employment Policy, Registered Files (EM series and other series). Subseries within LAB 8 - Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1947), Question of placing Jamaican and other coloured colonial workers. Correspondence on Maltese immigration, the arrival of the HMT Ormonde with 100 Jamaicans on board in 1947, and the booking of more than 300 berths by Jamaican men on the Empire Windrush. Deals with efforts to find work for the first black immigrants and the opposition of unions and management to the hiring of black workers in various industries including the Merchant Navy, brickworks, agriculture and dockyards. (LAB/8/1499) , 1 page(s)
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Negro Travelers' Green Book
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written by University of South Carolina. Libraries (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina),
Source: library.sc.edu
written by University of South Carolina. Libraries (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina),
Source: library.sc.edu
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