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

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A. PRIMARY SOURCES

Official Documents: Great Britain

Colonial Office Correspondence:
CO 295 Dispatches of Governors to the Colonial Office 1834-1939
CO 318/400, Preliminary note on the need for a commissioner or commission to investigate educational problems in certain parts of the West Indies
CO 950/933, Evidence of the Joint Deputation of the British West Indies and British Guiana Teachers' Association and the Trinidad and Tobago Union before the Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/933, Evidence of Captain Cutteridge before the Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/933, Evidence of S. A. Hammond before the Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/953, Memorandum of the West Indian Pilot to Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/786, Memorandum of the Trinidad and Tobago Teachers' Union to the Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/951, Memorandum of Trinidad Labour Party to the Moyne Commission 1939
CO 950/951, Memorandum of the Sanatan Dharma Board of Control to the Moyne Commission 1939
West India Royal Commission Report (Moyne Report) 1945

Semi-Official Documents: Great Britain
Anti-Slavery Papers E1/13, 1836-1842 ( Rhodes House Library, Oxford)

Official Documents: Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad Royal Gazette 1857-1859; 1870- 1939
Tobago Gazette 1881 (Tobago Archives)
Census of the Colony of Trinidad 1891 (compiled by H. J. Clark, Government Statistician)
Tobago Census 1892 (Tobago Archives)
Census of Trinidad and Tobago 1911
Uncatalogued Documents, Royal Victoria Institute: Minutes of the Board of Industrial Training 1919-1939
Debates in the Legislative Council of Trinidad and Tobago 1915-1939
Council Papers of the Legislative Council of Trinidad and Tobago 1882-1939
Minutes of the Board of Industrial Training 1908-1975 ( National Training Board, Ministry of Education)
Ordinances and Regulations ( Education Department), printed by A. L. Rhodes, Government printer, Trinidad and Tobago, 1936
Reports of the Inspector of Schools/Director of Education 1856-1939

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • [ 1 ] - Foundations of Education in the Nineteenth Century 1
  • 2 - The Age of Marriott and Cutteridge 78
  • [3] - The Challenge of the Teachers 179
  • [4] - Perspectives on Special Topics 222
  • Epilogue 287
  • Appendixes 293
  • Notes 339
  • Select Bibliography 366
  • Index 375
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