General history of the caribbean vol ii new societies : the caribbean in the

The Caribbean in the long sixteenth century

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The subject of Volume II of the General History of the Caribbean is the evolution of Caribbean societies between 1492 and 1650 through the intrusion of Europeans and Africans. When Columbus landed in the Bahamas on 12 October 1492, he ended the biological isolation of the American continent.
Thereafter, English, French, Dutch and African migrants, whether free, indentured or enslaved, crossed the ocean. With them came the political, economic, social and religious elements of the cultures of the Old World, which together would in time become Caribbean Creole culture.

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