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Sugarlandia Revisited: Sugar and Colonialism In Asia and the Americas, 1800 to 1940

£9.99

Product description

This book is in good condition, with very minimal wear exhibited on the front and rear covers. The pages are undamaged, with no staining, tearing or creasing, and the spine and binding are also undamaged. The price of the book is written on the inside right cover page.

An excellent purchase for students of history, or those with an interest in world cultures and social history, this book examines, in great detail, the importance of sugar as a trading commodity between countries. The sugar trade became bound up with colonialism, and this book examines the relationship between the trade and the establishment of colonial societies. It also examines how the sugar cane industries were transformed and modernised by new methods of production.

A unique and highly worthwhile book!

Item details

Author(s):
Ulbe Bosma, Juan Guisti-Cordero, G.Roger Knight
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
233
Publisher:
Berghan Books
Title:
Sugarlandia Revisited: Sugar and Colonialism In Asia and the Americas, 1800 to 1940

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This book is in good condition, with very minimal wear exhibited on the front and rear covers. The pages are undamaged, with no staining, tearing or creasing, and the spine and binding are also undamaged. The price of the book is written on the inside right cover page.

An excellent purchase for students of history, or those with an interest in world cultures and social history, this book examines, in great detail, the importance of sugar as a trading commodity between countries. The sugar trade became bound up with colonialism, and this book examines the relationship between the trade and the establishment of colonial societies. It also examines how the sugar cane industries were transformed and modernised by new methods of production.

A unique and highly worthwhile book!

Author(s):
Ulbe Bosma, Juan Guisti-Cordero, G.Roger Knight
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
233
Publisher:
Berghan Books
Title:
Sugarlandia Revisited: Sugar and Colonialism In Asia and the Americas, 1800 to 1940

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