Crowns of Glory, Tears of Blood: The Demerara Slave Rebellion of 1823

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INDEX
Abolition bill, 341, 372
Abolitionism, see Abolitionists
Abolitionists, 5-6, 33, 43, 46, 74, 79, 119, 133, 140, 168-69, 282, 332; boycott of West Indian sugar, 5; colonists' resentment of, 11-12, 24, 33, 35-37, 290; historiography and literature, 293, 305; petitions for the abolition of slavery, 287; and rebellion of 1823, 278; rhetoric of, 120-21, 174, 370; and Smith, 255- 56; and workers, 5, 9, 133, 282-85, 300, 306-7, 371
Absentee owners, 315-16
African Institution, 6, 11-12, 33, 37, 134, 287, 302, 357
Africanisms and “African survivals, ” 59, 67, 74-78, 103, 105-13, 148, 151, 192, 194, 197, 330, 339, 345- 46, 355
Akan, 193, 353, 355-59, 363
American Revolution, 4, 6
Anstey, Roger, 304, 305
Antislavery, appeal to women, 294; and dissenters, 306; and Protestantism, 305; rhetoric, 281; Thomas Clarkson condemnation of slavery, 284-85; see also Abolitionists
Artisans, 18, 57, 59, 134, 190-91
Austin, Rev. Wilthshire Staunton, 55, 112, 134, 176, 242, 269, 275, 313, 369
Barbados, rebellion of 1816, 78, 80, 179, 196, 267, 337, 357; and repercussion of the Demerara rebellion, 278
Bathurst, Lord, 12, 218, 322, 326, 369
Bentinck, Governor, 29
Berbice, 20, 23, 28, 42, 193, 215, 246, 247-48, 257
Berbice rebellion, 42, 80, 193, 198, 332, 357, 360, 363
Bethel chapel, 89, 189-90, 218, 272
Black preachers, 106
Blackburn, Robin, 308, 341
Blackstone, William, 308
Blackwood's, 286, 287-88
Boghe, Reverend Mr., 16
Bohannan, Paul, 356
Bolingbroke, Henry, 40-42, 47, 54, 56, 315, 322
Brathwaite, Edward Kamau, 331-32, 357, 365
Breast-feeding, 61, 66-68, 73, 76, 321
British and Foreign Bible Society, 16
Brougham, Henry, 6, 287-90
Brown, Archibald, 158
Bryant, Joshua, 225-26
“Bucks, ” 81, 153
Burke, Edmund, 4
Bush, Barbara, 314, 335, 338
“Bush Negroes, ” 80, 185-86, 188, 199, 203, 353; see also Maroons
Buxton, Thomas Powell, 278, 287, 290, 366

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  • Crowns of Glory, Tears of Blood - The Demerara Slave Rebellion of 1823 *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Introduction *
  • Chapter One - Contradictory Worlds: Planters and Missionaries *
  • Chapter Two - Contradictory Worlds: Masters and Slaves *
  • Chapter Three - The Fiery Furnace *
  • Chapter Four - A True Lover of Man *
  • Chapter Five - Voices in the Air *
  • Chapter Six - A Man is Never Safe *
  • Chapter Seven - A Crown of Glory That Fadeth Not Away *
  • A Note on Sources *
  • Notes *
  • Index *
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