By Louis Nelson
Nelson starts with an summary of the structure of the West African slave alternate then strikes to chapters framed round sorts of constructions and landscapes, together with the Jamaican plantation panorama and fortified homes to the structure of loose blacks. He concludes with a attention of Jamaican structure in Britain. through connecting the structure of the Caribbean first to West Africa after which to Britain, Nelson lines the circulate of capital and makes specific the fabric, fiscal, and political networks round the Atlantic.
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Architecture and Empire in Jamaica by Louis Nelson