Emigration. West Indies and Mauritius

Correspondence relative to emigration of labourers to the West Indies and the Mauritius, from the west coast of Africa, the East Indies, and China, since the papers already laid before the House.

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  • Mauritius -- Emigration and immigration. -- 19th century.,
  • West Indies, British -- Emigration and immigration. -- 19th century.,
  • China -- Emigration and immigration. -- 19th century.

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Other titlesCorrespondence relative to emigration of labourers to the West Indies and the Mauritius from the west coast of Africa, the East Indies, and China, Papers relative to emigration from the west coast of Africa to the West Indies, Papers relative to emigration of Indian labourers to the Mauritius, Papers relative to emigration of Chinese labourers to the West Indies
ContributionsGreat Britain. Colonial Office
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Paginationx, 291 p. ;
Number of Pages291
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Open LibraryOL16583653M

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Chapter IX. (a) Indian (Coolie) Emigration to Mauritius / (b) African, Indian, and Chinese Emigration to the West Indies was published in The Colonial Land and Emigration Author: Fred H.

Hitchins. Labor supply -- West Indies, British. Mauritius -- Emigration and immigration. West Indies, British -- Emigration and immigration.

Chinese. Emigration and immigration. Labor supply. Mauritius. West Indies -- British West Indies. Immigration into the West Indies in the 19th century. [K O Laurence] West Indies -- Emigration and immigration -- History. Contract labor -- West Indies -- History. Book: All Authors / Contributors: K O Laurence.

Find more information about: ISBN: ix indian (coolie) emigration to mauritius; african, indian, and chinese emigration to the west indies (pp. ) MAURITIUS was the first of the British colonies to import free labor on a large scale from another part of the Empire.

HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT Emigration. West Indies and Mauritius. - Correspondence relative to Emigration of Labourers to the West Indies and the Mauritius, from the West Coast of Africa, the East Indies, and China.

H.M.S.O. () large pp. Clean in original blue paper covers. £ The West Indies and Mauritius are at present in a.

That free Africans will emigrate to the West Indies: 2. That this emigration can be carried on, as appears from the reports of Governor Light and others, without abuse or op- pression:* 3.

The shipping employed in the trade of the United Kingdom with West Africa appears from the. Mauritius ; West Indies: Extracts - various paginations: 3 Resolution of Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal in the General Department - on the Reports by the Protector of Emigrants on emigration to British and Foreign Colonies for the years - Mauritius ; West Indies 4.

Representations of Community among Indian Immigrants Labour in the West Indies,International Review of Social History, 51 Supplement, pp. Mohapatra, P.P.: Regulating Informality: Legal Construction of Labour Relations in Colonial India, in Sabyasachi Bhattacharya et al, Workers in the Informal Sector Studies in.

The movement of East Indian emigrants to the West Indies is more important. Indirect statistics indicate the arrival of apprecia-ble contingents between andthe main current going to Trinidad, British Guiana, Jamaica, and the French Antilles.

Indian emigration to. In the 19th century, our ancestors have left everything well in India to come to work in Mauritius. Others have been forced emigration. So far, migration has always been a way to find a better paying job and a better life, more recently, we are seeing a new form of migration: The entrepreneurs.

As explained economist Frankie Tang, which acts as. Details of CO /; Reference: CO / Description: Correspondence, Original - Secretary of State: Emigration of labourers from Africa and India to the West Indies: correspondence from 'offices' (Government departments and other organisations) and individuals.

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Publisher [London]: Collins Collection inlibrary Sequel to A pre-emancipation history of the West Indies Bibliography: p. The British colonial library, [comprising a popular and authentic description of all the colonies of the British empire, their history--physical geography--geology--climate--animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms--government--finance--military defence--commerce--shipping--monetary system--religion--population, white and coloured--education and the press--emigration, social state, &c.].

In the first seven chapters, nearly all the documents are 'official', generated by government agencies or officers. Colonial Office correspondence and papers, reports of Immigrations Department officials and British agents in South China, reports and papers of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commission in London, Parliamentary Papers these are the main sources from which Look Lai chooses his.

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More than 7, people from Dominica were working in the Venezuela gold fields in Altogether, the British West Indies suffered a net population loss ofindividuals between and Emancipation to Emigration is the second of three books aimed at covering the Caribbean History syllabus of the Caribbean Examinations Council.

As with the first book, Amerindians to Africans, it is a considerably revised and enlarged version of a work written. Early emigration from Britain, Search a variety of early emigration records, largely of emigrants to North America and the West Indies, covering intermittent year ranges between the 17th and early 19th are records brought together from the Treasury, the Exchequer, the Colonial Office and the Audit Office, on (£) including details of emigrants.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Cambridge Library Collection - Slavery and Abolition: Emigration from India: The Export of Coolies, and Other Labourers, to Mauritius. While there was a degree of voluntary emigration, the majority of the Scots in the West Indies arrived unwillingly.

InOliver Cromwell transported five hundred Scots prisoners-of-war. Felons or political undesirables, such as the Covenanters, were sent to the islands in chains directly from Scotland. Indo-Caribbeans or Indian-Caribbeans, are Indian people who live in the are descendants of the jahaji Indian indentured workers brought by the British, the Dutch and the French during colonial times from the midth century to the early 20th century.

A minority are descendants of Indians and/or other South Asians who came after the indentureship period as shopkeepers. Estimates put Scottish emigration to the West Indies from the s to at betw When the islands of Dominica, Saint Vincent, Grenada and Tobago were acquired by Great Britain under the Treaty of Paris, they were mainly settled by Scots.

The contracts, we believe, are all of a similar nature; and we enclose a copy of one, under which we have sent or men to the Mauritius; and we are not aware that any greater difficulty would present itself in sending men to the West Indies, the Natives being perfectly ignorant of the place they agree to go to, or the length of the.

Mauritius had an advantage over its West Indian competitors in being close to several potential sources of labour.

Asia and Africa on the Indian Ocean rim had been supplying manpower to the island for centuries. This was the beginning of the ‚Great. Many died on the Darien Expedition, but some survived and settled within English colonies in the West Indies, such as Jamaica, and along the American coast as far north of New York.

By the end of the seventeenth century it is reckoned that 7, Scots had settled in the Americas. Fleming Family Emigration. Nonetheless, the volume of migration to the Caribbean, and its significance for Scotland and the West Indies, was considerable.

The book argues that Scots like James Baillie were disproportionately numerous in the Caribbean, and that they were extremely successful across a range of activities including planting, trading, medicine and politics. History of Caribbean Islands, British Virgin Islands, The West Indies Federation book.

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