The Young Colonials: A Social History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago, 1834-1939

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Abbreviations
ACH Association of Caribbean Historians
ACP Associate of the College of Preceptors
AME American Methodist Episcopalian
BIT Board of Industrial Training
BOE Board of Education
CE Church of England
CIC College of the Immaculate Conception
CO Colonial Office
CM Canadian Mission
CNCatholic News
CP Council Papers
EAPEast Indian Patriot
EIWEast Indian Weekly
ICTA Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture
ISER Institute of Social and Economic Research
JCHJournal of Caribbean History LCP Licentiate of the College of Preceptors
LLLabour Leader
NENew Era
PAS Proceedings of the Agricultural Society
POSGPort of Spain Gazette
PNM People's National Movement
QCS Queen's Collegiate School
QRC Queen's Royal College
RC Roman Catholic
RVI Royal Victoria Institute
SFGSan Fernando Gazette
SWStar of the West
TGTrinidad Guardian
TP Trinidad Presbyterian
TTTU Trinidad and Tobago Teachers' Union
TRGTrinidad Royal Gazette
UWI University of the West Indies
WIBWest Indian Bulletin
WGWeekly Guardian
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Note on currency

In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries many sums were stated in British pounds. To facilitate understanding by young readers today all such sums have been converted to Trinidad and Tobago dollars at the then prevailing rate of $1 = four shillings and two pence or conversely £1 = TT$4.80

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