The sugar barons: family, corruption, empire, and war in the West Indies

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The dramatic and largely untold story of the rise and fall of the great Caribbean sugar dynasties, linking the histories of Europe, the West Indies, and North America with a fresh perspective and fascinating detail.
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Grouping Title sugar barons family corruption empire and war in the west indies
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display_description Historian Matthew Parker discusses the history behind one of the greatest power struggles of the 17th to 19th centuries as Europeans made and lost immense fortunes growing and trading in sugar--a commodity so lucrative it became known as "white gold'--in the tiny Caribbean islands of Barbados, Jamaica, and the Leeward Islands.
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subject_facet Europe -- Commerce, Great Britain -- Commerce, Sugar growing -- West Indies -- History, Sugar growing -- West Indies, British -- History, Sugar trade -- West Indies -- History, Sugar trade -- West Indies, British -- History, West Indies -- Economic conditions, West Indies, British -- Economic conditions
title_display The sugar barons : family, corruption, empire, and war in the West Indies
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