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by Francisco Morales Padron,Patrick E. Bryan

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ISBN:
9766371520
Author:
Francisco Morales Padron,Patrick E. Bryan
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ian Randle Publishers,Jamaica (July 1, 2004)
Pages:
400 pages
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1604 kb
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This English translation of Francisco Morales Padrón’s Spanish Jamaica, originally published in Seville, Spain in 1952 as Jamaica Española, not only brings to light Spain’s contribution to Jamaica’s history but also reveals how this history subsequently affected Spain’s colonial fortunes i. .

This English translation of Francisco Morales Padrón’s Spanish Jamaica, originally published in Seville, Spain in 1952 as Jamaica Española, not only brings to light Spain’s contribution to Jamaica’s history but also reveals how this history subsequently affected Spain’s colonial fortunes in the Western Hemisphere. Padrón’s Spanish Jamaica provides details of the social, economic and political conditions existing in the island during the period of Spanish rule.

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by Francisco Morales Padrón. Despite spanning more than a full century and a half, the Spanish history of Jamaica has remained in virtual obscurity. This English translation of Francisco Morales Padron's Spanish Jamaica originally published in Seville Spain in 1952 as Jamaica Espanol, not only brings to light Spain's contribution to Jamaica's history, but also reveals how this history subsequently affected Spain's colonial fortunes in the Western Hemisphere.

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Padron Morales, Spanish Jamaica, trans. Bryan (Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers, 2003), 20: Fernando writes the view of St. Ann’s Bay from the caravel deck seemed to the most beautiful of all those he had seen in the Indies. 11. John Boyd Thacher, Christopher Columbus: His Life, His Work, His Remains As Revealed by Original Printed and Manuscript Records, vol. 2 (New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1904), 633–34: A copy of the letter was found among Spanish papers in 1655 when the English captured Jamaica

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1 Spanish Jamaica Francisco Morales Padrón 1 Caribbean Childhoods 1 When Ground Doves Fly Phillips. 1 The Benjy Trilogy Walcott. 1 Caribbean Survival and the Global Challenge Ramsaran. 1 The Prophet & the Virgin Miller. Gordon K. Poems of Our Times Rattray.

Patrick Bryan is Professor Emeritus in History. He translated into English from the original Spanish Francisco Morales Padrón’s Jamaica Española (Spanish Jamaica). Among his Awards are two Fulbright Fellowships. He has also served as Head of the History Department and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at Mona, and as Chief Examiner in Caribbean History (CXC-CSEC).

  • Umi
The original of this work - published in the early 1950s and in Spanish - has been out of date for a number of years. The translation of this work into English opens it up to a whole new generation of researchers in history and archaeology of this island. This work is still very important to researchers today in understanding the first 100 years of colonial occupation of Jamaica.
  • Castiel
The 150 years of Spanish presence in Jamaica have received almost no attention from historians. Morales Padrón rescues this vital period of Jamaican history, enabling researchers to include this island with Cuba, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico when studying the Spanish Antilles in the 16th and 17th centuries.
  • Arcanefist
This book, or a precis of it, should be required reading in all Jamaican schools. Current history books only document the time of the English in any detail and yet there are two hundred previous years of which there is little real account before this book... It is eerie that Jamaica's administrators all seem to suffer the same short-sightedness that is inherent to this day... the nationality and sovereignty has never mattered...maybe now that we are 50 ...there will be a new wind...something that will show show us the correct use of our rich resources and how to protect them.

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