The Irish in the Caribbean

James E. Doan

Resumo


This paper is a historical account of the Irish immigration and colonization in the 1600s. It also analyses how the Irish turned from white slaves into an Irish entrepreneurial class in the 18th century.


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Irish Immigration; Caribean; Colonization.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.37389/abei.v8i0.3721

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