By Riva Berleant-Schiller, Susan Lowes, Milton Benjamin
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Here, on the edge of a shallow lagoon, lives the entire population of about 1,400. The villagers keep occasional kitchen gardens, set out fish and lobster pots, unload their small fishing and trading vessels at the wharf, and make their trips on foot or donkey into the bush to hunt, to look after their livestock and provision grounds, and to tend their charcoal kilns. Closer scrutiny discloses much more. Scattered swidden plots and faintly-smoking charcoal kilns dot the interior, and hundreds of semi-feral animalscattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, pigs and horsesrange freely.
Unlike the merchant middle class before it, it rose among the former free coloured artisans and the children of non-white women and white men, most of whom had come to work on the estates in the 1870s and 1880s, or, less frequently, to work in urban clerical occupations. The bulk of the population, however, remained in estate labour, and emigration continued. Despite the recommendations of several royal commissions and schemes instituted by various governors, peasant production was slow to develop.
Coutts 23 Luxembourg, Carlo Hury and Jul Christophory 24 Swaziland, Rev. , Balam Nyeko 25 Kenya, Robert L. Collison 26 India, Rev. , Ian D. Derbyshire 27 Turkey, Merel Güçlü 28 Cyprus, Rev. , P. M. Kitromilides and M. L. Evriviades 29 Oman, Rev. , Frank A. Clements 30 Italy, Lucio Sponza and Diego Zancani 31 Finland, J. E. O. Screen 32 Poland, Rev. , George Sanford and Adriana Gozdecka-Sanford 33 Tunisia, Allan M. Findlay, Anne M. Findlay and Richard I. Lawless 34 Scotland, Eric G. Grant 35 China, Peter Cheng 36 Qatar, P.
Antigua and Barbuda by Riva Berleant-Schiller, Susan Lowes, Milton Benjamin