History of the first British colony in the West Indies.
The Sweet Trade
Author: Vincent K. Hubbard
Publisher: Macmillan Pub Limited
A studied, yet extremely readable history of St Kitts, an island which has changed hands several times over its turbulent history. This is the first full length history of the island, from first human settlement up to independence and beyond.
A History of the Islands of St Kitts, Nevis & Anguilla
Author: Brian Dyde
Publisher: Macmillan Pub Limited
In this publication, we explore the culture of St. Kitts and Nevis, by tracing the Christmas Festivities from Slavery, to Emancipation, Colonialism, Statehood, Independence and Post Independence. We also feature interviews with veteran Calypso Kings and Queen in celebration of our 40th Anniversary of National Carnival.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
St Kitts or Saint Christopher to give it its full name, was first recorded by Christopher Columbus when he discovered the island in 1493. The most northerly of Caribbean Leeward islands, St Kitts offers a year-round climate with sundrenched beaches and lush countryside. This title introduces the reader to the various attractions of this island.
Cradle of the Caribbean
Author: Brian Dyde
Publisher: Macmillian Caribbean Publishing
Ivor A. Stevens was an uncommon human being and an even more uncommon politician. He was born on St. Kitts, but grew up in the sister island of Nevis. He later served in the Canadian military, during World War 11. Upon his return to St. Kitts-Nevis in the late 1940s, Stevens soon found himself in the center of a developing political confl ict between the two islands. In time, he settled on Nevis and took that island’s side. Eventually, Stevens became embroiled in a political love-hate relationships with two Nevisians, Eugene Walwyn and Simeon Daniel. Each of the three men was destined to leave his mark on the island’s politics and history. Walwyn was soon labeled a traitor to Nevis. Later, despite the fact that Stevens and Daniel worked together in the same political party for many years, the two men came to mistrust the vision and intent of each other’s politics. The Caribbean does have a long history of authoritarian and “forever” leadership. However, Stevens was careful to focus on empowering younger Nevisians to become future leaders and politicians. He was interested in preserving the environment and the island’s traditional culture. Often, Mr. Stevens stood in defense of the common citizens’ rights, against wealthy elites. He also played a critical role in encouraging a less combative relationship between the people of St. Kitts and Nevis. This is his story:
The Man, His Times, and the Politics of St. Kitts–Nevis
Author: Whitman T. Browne, PhD
Environment and Human Survival on St. Kitts and Nevis
Author: Bonham C. Richardson
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
First comprehensive history of Antigua to be written since the middle of the 19th century.
The Unsuspected Isle
Author: Brian Dyde
Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group Incorporated
CLEMENT "BOUNCIN'" WILLIAMS - B.Sc (UWI), M.Sc (Reading Univ.-UK) DOB: AUGUST 13, 1948 Status: MARRIED Spouse: Cynthia V. Williams TWO(2) Children: Clement Jomo Jihan Adika Career Highlights ? High School Teacher: Mathematics and Natural Sciences ? Curriculum Development Officer and National Coordinator High School Sciences ? Caribbean Examination Council – Examiner (Chemistry) ? Taxi and Tour Operator ? Actor, Artistic Director and Producer Community Theatre Group ? Author and Playwright I loved it all! Especially the portion about the entrepreneurial prowess of the author's mother!!!! AMAZING!!!Being first generation Kitty-Nevy I don't have the privilege of the oratory exchange between one generation and another about life on St. Kitts and Nevis in years gone by. This book provides me with that oratory exchange; ranging from food and beverage preparations to reasons for the creation of communities which I pass often on my current day's journey to aspects of our Health, Education, Economic and Political systems. Thus presenting great evidence of the tremendous strides our Federation has made over the decades. Whether from the Federation or the wider Caribbean this book will cause some to reminisce, others to be educated and for all to take pride in the wisdom of our people! – Unoma Allen, M.Sc. Lecturer CFB College, St. Kitts.
An Autobiography of the First 22 Years
Author: Clement Bouncin Williams
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Maybe it's the mountains covered in lush tropical vegetation. Maybe it's the beaches, fringed with crustal-clear water and the promise of colorful marine life just below the surface. Or maybe it's the people who make Jamaica such a welcoming place. This island has lured stars and royalty from around the globe since the 1920s. Now it is one of the top vacation spots in the world.
Author: Paris Permenter,John Bigley
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
- Guide on how to get a second citizenship in St. Kitts & Nevis. - Overview of all real estate projects that qualify for Citizenship by Investment. - Financing the investment - you do not have to be rich to get started. - "British Passport Hack" - easily get a British Passport as St. Kitts & Nevis citizen
Second Citizenship, Tax Free Living and Travel Freedom
Author: J. Lee
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
A history and description of this railway, well illustrated by maps, track plans, and (predominantly color) photographs. Includes the story of the development of the railway, descriptions of the route and its operations, locomotives and rolling stock. Also covered is the development of the St Kitts Scenic Railway by the White Pass & Yukon Railway.
Author: James Horsford
Publisher: Mainline & Maritime
A History of Nevis
Author: Vincent K. Hubbard
Culture, Politics, and History : a Multidisciplinary Encyclopedia
Author: Richard M. Juang,Noelle Anne Morrissette
Throughout its history, the discipline of ecology has always been profoundly entangled with the history of space and place. On the one hand, ecology is a field science that has thrived on the study of concrete spatial entities, such as islands, forests or rivers. These spaces are the workplaces in which ecological phenomena are identified, observed and experimented on. They provide both epistemic opportunities and constraints that structure the agenda and the analytical sensibilities of ecological researchers. On the other hand, ecological knowledge and practices have become important resources through which spaces and places are classified, delineated, explained, experienced and managed. The impact of these activities reaches far beyond the realms of the ecological discipline. Many ecological concepts such as "biotopes," "ecosystems" and "the biosphere" have become entities that widely resonate in public life and policy making. This book explores the mutual entanglement between space and knowledge-making in the history of ecology. Its first goal is to explore to which extent a spatial perspective can shed new light on the history of ecological science. Second, it uses ecology as a critical site to gain broader insights into the history of the environment in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Via a series of case studies - discussing topics that range from ecological field stations in the early-twentieth century Caribbean over wisent breeding in Nazi Germany to computer modelling in North American deserts - the book offers a tour through the changing landscapes of modern ecology.
Sites, Journeys, Mappings
Author: Raf De Bont
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This is the most popular and effective History course for upper primary school and lower secondary school students.
The Story of Our Islands
Author: E. H. Carter,G. W. Digby,R. N. Murray
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Category: West Indies
Analysing the narration of the translatio of the body of Saint James from Palestine to Santiago de Compostela and its impact on the historical and biblical construction of Jacobean pilgrimages, this book presents an interdisciplinary approach to the two cities at the centre of the legend: Jerusalem and Compostela. Using a range of political, anthropological, historical and sociological approaches, the contributors consider archaeological research into Palestine in the early centuries and explore the traditions, iconography, and literary and social impact of the translatio on the current reality of pilgrimages to Compostela.
From Jerusalem to Compostela
Author: Antón M. Pazos
Shortlisted for the 2014 SAHGB Alice Davis Hitchcock Medallion. In many cities across the world, particularly in Europe, old buildings form a prominent part of the built environment, and we often take it for granted that their contribution is intrinsically positive. How has that widely-shared belief come about, and is its continued general acceptance inevitable? Certainly, ancient structures have long been treated with care and reverence in many societies, including classical Rome and Greece. But only in modern Europe and America, in the last two centuries, has this care been elaborated and energised into a forceful, dynamic ideology: a 'Conservation Movement', infused with a sense of historical destiny and loss, that paradoxically shared many of the characteristics of Enlightenment modernity. The close inter-relationship between conservation and modern civilisation was most dramatically heightened in periods of war or social upheaval, beginning with the French Revolution, and rising to a tragic climax in the 20th-century age of totalitarian extremism; more recently the troubled relationship of 'heritage' and global commercialism has become dominant. Miles Glendinning's new book authoritatively presents, for the first time, the entire history of this architectural Conservation Movement, and traces its dramatic fluctuations in ideas and popularity, ending by questioning whether its recent international ascendancy can last indefinitely.
A History of Architectural Preservation : Antiquity to Modernity
Author: Miles Glendinning
SWEETER THAN DREAMS is a classic love story, a quest for treasure, and a voyage into the unknown. It starts when Leydianna Carstair, bookkeeper and dreamer, meets nobleman Quentin Alexander Rutherford. Lord Ruthless, as she calls him, is handsome, wealthy, unpredictable...and about to have his well-ordered life turned upside down by his mischievous new employee. It's the beginning of a wild adventure where anything can happen—and does—from kidnapping to kisses, piracy to passion. The setting is the middle of the British Caribbean in the eighteenth century, and love is only one of the dreams that come true.
Author: Olga Bicos
Publisher: Speaking Volumes