Slaves and Missionaries: The Disintegration of Jamaican Slave Society, 1787-1834

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Index
Abolition: as imperial policy, 168, 181, 185, 190
Abolition movement: origins, 4; and religious instruction for slaves, 7, 9, 190; and international slave trade, 18; and free coloreds and blacks, 27, 198; and slaves, 95, 151, 163, 200; and mission policy, 102; and 1824 rebellion, 115; and imperial government, 125; and 1832 election, 172; and religious toleration, 190
Abolitionist propaganda: and slave codes, 7; and slave stereotype, 38; and victims of antisectarianism, 201; and missionaries' contribution, 171-72; and Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter, 134, 142
Absentee planters: as members of Parliament, 2; as mission patrons, 7, 23; and Anglican instruction for slaves, 14
African slaves: in population ( 1834), 39; as runaways, 49; as obeah men, myal men, 55
Amelioration program: and missionaries, 102, 105; content of, 104; impact on mission work, 107-8; and Colonial Office, 132. See also Imperial government
Anansi the Spider-man: and slaves' ideology, 50, 65, 77
Anglican church: foundation and endowment, 10; and planters, 10; and slave instruction, 10-11, 14, 21; and free coloreds and blacks, 13, 198; and fees, 21; and Wesleyan missionaries, 22. See also Bridges, Rev. George Wilson; Lipscomb, Christopher
Anglican clergy: recruitment, income, 10, 14, 21, 67; supervision, 10; as slave owners, 10; and Wesleyan missionaries, 22; and W.M.M.S., 24-25; and planter class, 66; as slave instructors, 80; and Hilton, Williams cases, 137. See also Bridges, Rev. George Wilson
Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter, 134, 201
Anti-Slavery Society: and Hilton case, 136; and abolition, 142
Apprenticeship system, 195
Argyle war (1824), 110-11; and 1831 slave rebellion, 143, 156, 200. See also Slave rebellions
Baker, Moses (Black Baptist preacher): and Quaker patron, 11; and Baptist mission patron, 22. See also Black Baptists
Baptist church: and abolition, 70, 102, 103, 196
Baptist Magazine: and abolition, 104
Baptist missionaries: and patrons' influence, 25; standard of living, 26; education and training, 68- 69; and abolition, 70, 149, 170- 71; arrest of, 165
Baptist Missionary Society: founded, 8; instructions to missionaries, 9; and Black Baptists, 17, 69; and mission schools, 86; and amelioration policy, 107; and abolition,

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vi
  • Abbreviations vii
  • Chapter One - The Planters and the Missionaries 1
  • Notes 30
  • Chapter Two - The Jamaican Slaves 38
  • Notes 59
  • Chapter Three - The Missionaries and the Slaves 65
  • Notes 95
  • Chapter Four - The Humanitarian Challenge 102
  • Notes 126
  • Chapter Five - The Struggle for Religious Freedom 132
  • Notes 144
  • Chapter Six - The Baptist War 148
  • Notes 173
  • Chapter Seven - Emancipation Achieved 179
  • Notes 191
  • Conclusion 195
  • Notes 202
  • Bibliography 204
  • Index 215
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