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Abercromby, Ralph, 50 Account of the Black Charaibs, An (Young), 183n27 Act of December 1797, 202n31 actresses, 163, 211n77, 211n79 Actresses as Working Women (Davis), 211n77 Act to Prevent the Further Sudden Increase of Free Negroes and Mulattos, An, 184n39 Address to Lord Bathurst, An (Philippe), 157 Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, Queen (wife of William IV), 163 African diaspora, 12 African heritage, 179–80 Africans. See free people of color; free women of color; race; slavery; slave trade agency, 13, 36, 49, 173–74, 179–80 Age of Revolutions: gender, race, and power dynamics, 6–7, 14, 27–32, 178–79; impact on southern Caribbean, 7, 9, 15–31; treatment of free people of color, 157 Amedroz, Henry (father), 154 Amedroz, Henry (son), 154 Amedroz, Magdalene Judith (née Thornton), 153–55 American Revolutionary War, 20, 70–71, 105, 107, 108 Antigua, 16, 107 apprenticeship system, 60, 150, 161, 179 Ashanti women, 180 Ashe,Thomas, 139 Ashfield, Elizabeth, 115 Aslakson, Kenneth, 176, 200n99 Atlantic Creoles in the Age of Revolutions (Landers), 182n13 Atlantic economy: free women of color in, 14, 98–99, 110, 114, 119, 171, 178; historical references to, 8–10; impact of conflicts and wars, 6–7, 19–20, 74, 84–85; race and gender dynamics of, 3–4, 10–14, 172, 179; role of slavery, 39–40, 54, 173–74. See also ceded islands; slavery; Windward Islands Austen, Jane, 129 Austin, Betsy, 38 Austin, Suzy, 113 Baddington Peerage, The (Sala), 163, 211n76 Bailey, Barbara, 9 Baillie, Campbell and Thornton, 68 Baillie, James, 77, 117, 147 Baillie family, 19, 105, 175 Bannister, Elizabeth Swain, 92, 99, 143–44, 207n39 Barbadian, 44 Barbados: free women of color in, 48–49, 97–99, 138–44; poverty in, 85–86, 175; race relations in, 30, 33–41; slavery in, 43, 80–82, 84, 178; stability of, 8–9 Barbados slave rebellion (1816), 84 Barker, Matthew Henry, 121, 142, 205n12, 206n26 Barrow, William, 105–6, 108 Bartlett and Campbell company, 19 Bates, Charles, 105 Bathurst, Henry (3rd Earl Bathurst), 103–4 Bayley, Frederick William Naylor, 35 Beckles, Hilary, 10 Belleran, Michel, 71 Bellgarde (leader of free people of color ), 28 Bellini, Vincenzo, 165 Benjamin, Andrew, 55 Berbice, 27, 87–88, 93, 98–99, 143–44 Berbice slave revolt (1762), 99 Beresford, Gibson, 90 Berlin, Ira, 182n13 Besson, Stanislaus, 71 Best, Mary, 92 Best,Thomas, 92 Between Black and White (Heuman), 182n13 index 232 ~ index Beyond Bondage: Free Women of Color in the Americas (Gaspar and Clark), 9 Bhabha, Homi, 10 Biassou, Georges, 71–72 Black Atlantic, The (Gilroy), 9 black Caribs, 19, 26, 28, 72, 183n27 Black Jacobins, The (James), 182n13 Blackman, Christian: memorial to Dorothy Thomas, 102, 104, 199n81; property ownership and business success of, 82–83, 85, 196n12, 198n38; relationship to Priscilla Ostrehan, 92, 97 black studies, 36 Blair, Duncan, 77, 148, 151 boardinghouse keeper stereotype, 34–35. See also stereotypes of free women of color Bolingbroke, Henry, 94–98, 199n65 bon ton culture, 98 Book of Common Prayer, 127 Boys, Daniel, 154 Boys, Ellen Ann Thornton, 153–55 Boys, Susannah Catherine, 154 Boys,Thomas, 154 Brabant, Christopher, 3 Brace, Jeffery, 34 Brade, Sabina, 35, 38, 92–93 Brathwaite, Edward, 182n13 Brayshaw,Thomas, 105 Brereton, Bridget, 9 Brett, Mary Ostrehan, 83, 90, 99–102, 104, 121, 171, 175 Bridgetown, 34, 44–45, 47–49, 87–89, 97–98, 113 Britain: assimilation of mixed-race descendants in, 11, 117–18, 133, 143, 147–61, 168, 175–76; conquests and conflicts over islands, 6–7, 15–21, 24–31, 49–50; religious discrimination by in islands, 19, 21, 70–71; slavery in, 15, 149–51. See also Seven Years’ War British Caribbean: historical studies of, 5–6, 10–14, 36, 142–43; marriage laws in, 129; racial dynamics of, 6–7, 28–31, 150. See also ceded islands; southern Caribbean; Windward Islands British Columbia, 159 British empire: historical studies of, 5–6, 10–14, 36, 142–43; opportunities for free women of color in, 12, 93, 117, 159–60, 175, 178 British Windward Islands, 60. See also ceded islands; southern Caribbean; Windward Islands Brizan, George, 183n31, 194n72 Broglio, Charles Victor de (prince), 162 Brontë, Emily, 150 Burke, Edmund, 16 Burton, Antoinette, 10 Butler, Jane, 69–70 Butler,Thomas, 69 Calderon, Louisa, 50–51 Cambridge, Duchess of (Princess Augusta), 163, 165 Cambridge, Duke of (Prince Adolphus), 163, 165 Campbell, Archibald, 17–18 Campbell, Carl C., 182n13, 210n49 Campbell, James, 21 Campbell, Margaret, 127 Campbell,Thomas, 77 Campbell family, 19...

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9780820347790
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9780820344553
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893708277
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240
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2015-01-01
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English
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