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

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Chapter One
1.
S. Gordon, A Century of West Indian Education ( London, 1963), 19-42; C. Campbell, "Towards an imperial policy for the education of negroes in the West Indies after Emancipation", Jamaican Historical Review 7, nos. 1 and 2 ( 1967): 68-102.
2.
C. Campbell, "The development of education in Trinidad 1834-1870" (PhD diss., UWI, 1973), chaps. 2 and 3.
3.
A. De Verteuil, Sir Louis De Verteuil: His Life and Times, Trinidad 1800- 1900 (Port of Spain, 1973), chap. 7; J. Harricharan, The Catholic Church in Trinidad 1498-1852 (Port of Spain, 1981), chap. 6.
4.
J.Millette, The Genesis of Crown Colony Government (Port of Spain, 1970), chap. 1; L Newson, Aboriginal and Spanish Colonial Trinidad: A Study in Culture Contact ( London, 1976), 184-226.
5.
J.Millette, Crown Colony Government, chaps. 3-4; C. Campbell, "The transition from Spanish law to English law in Trinidad before and after Emancipation", in Some Papers on Social, Political, and Economic Adjustments to the Ending of Slavery in the Caribbean ( ACH, 1975), 25-52.
6.
For the social life of Dr St Luce Phillip, a prominent coloured, in upper class circles after emancipation, see Diary of Amelia Gumbs Catherine Gomez, née Sanderson and Widow of the Honourable R. O. Smith from 30th April 1841 to the 19th May 1843.
7.
L Braithwaite, "Social stratification in Trinidad: a preliminary analysis", Social and Economic Studies 2, nos. 2 and 3 ( 1953): 38-60. See Figure 4, p. 47.
8.
For peons, see D. Whiteman, "The immigration of peons to Trinidad and their contribution to the development of the cocoa industry 1811- 1891" (MA thesis, UWI, 1990).
9.
This Charity was originally founded by a bequest of £1,000 (sterling) by Lady Mico in 1670 for the redemption of Christian slaves held in captivity by the Moors. It was never used for this purpose, and by the beginning of the 19th century the accumulated interest had swelled the fund to over £100,000 (sterling). It was then agreed that the income from this fund should he used for the education of children in the former slave colonies; see F. Klineberg "The Lady Mico Charity Schools in the British West Indies 1835-1842", Journal of Negro History 24 ( July 1939): 295-97.
10.
C. Campbell, "The development of education", 134-40.
11.
C. Campbell, "Charles Warner and the development of education in Trinidad 1838-1870", Journal of Caribbean History 10 and 11 ( 1978): 59-64 (hereafter cited as JCH).
12.
C. Campbell, "The development of education", 194-98.
13.
For copies of these Ordinances, Port of Spain Gazette, 19 March 1847 (hereafter cited as POSG).
14.
C. Campbell, "Thomas Hinde of Trinidad 1838-1848", JCH 21, no. 2 ( 1988): 95-116; also C. Campbell, "The development of education", 171-73.
15.
CO 295/162, Harris to Grey, 19 June 1848, no. 71.
16.
C. Campbell "The development of education", 171-73.
19.
C. Campbell, "Charles Warner".

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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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