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8 edition of ""Squalid Kingston"" 1890-1920 found in the catalog.

""Squalid Kingston"" 1890-1920

How the Poor Lived, Moved and Had Their Being

by Brian Moore

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Published by The Social History Project .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caribbean & West Indies - General,
  • History,
  • Jamaica,
  • Kingston,
  • Poverty,
  • Slums,
  • Urban poor,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13160236M
    ISBN 109764101763
    ISBN 109789764101765
    OCLC/WorldCa46873155

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''Squalid Kingston'' How the Poor Lived, Moved and Had Their Being Paperback – November 1, by Editors: Brian Moore and Michele A. Johnson (Author), Brian Moore (Editor)Author: Editors: Brian Moore and Michele A. Johnson. "Squalid Kingston," How the Poor Lived, Moved and Had their Being reveals the extremely poor state of housing that affected the quality of life for so many and the desperation that stalked numerous persons whose next meals were unsure.

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It's called Squalid Kingston, How the Poor Lived, Moved and Had Their Being, and uses the findings of this great newspaper, The Gleaner, to explore the lives of really poor people in Kingston round about the turn of the 20th century.

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UWI, Mona: The Social History Project, Department of History. Davis, Rae () Report of the Taskforce on Educational Reform in Jamaica. POPE, Dudley. Ramage's Prize. A novel. London: Alison Press / Secker and Warburg, (). First UK Printing. (8), Illustrated with maps. 8vo, blue cloth. In Reasoning Otherwise, author Ian McKay returns to the concepts and methods of 'reconnaissance' first outlined in Rebels, Reds, Radicals to examine the people and events that led to the rise of the left in Canada from to Reasoning Otherwise highlights how a new way of looking at the world based on theories of evolution transformed struggles around class, religion, gender, and race.

The real life Downton Abbey: The true story of servants HIDDEN away below stairs an army of people were once the vital cogs that kept the homes of the wealthy running smoothly. On Januonly days after McKay arrived in Kingston, an earth- quake devastated the city, destroying the trade school in which he was to study.

6 When he returned to Kingston inthe partially rebuilt city. Lodgers in a crowded and squalid tenement, which rented for five cents a spot on Bayard Street. Twelve men and women slept in a room less than 13 feet long. Image: Jacob A.

Riis/Museum of the City Author: Alex Arbuckle. "Squalid Kingston," How the Poor Lived, Moved and Had Their Being. by Brian L. Moore. Starting at $ Kingston: The University of the West Indies Press, "Squalid Kingston"edited with Michele A.

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Examples of the journalism of both W A and W G Stephenson (“W A S” – Chapter 4; “W G S” – Chapters 5 and 6) can be found in “Squalid Kingston”:published by the Social History Project, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.

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Ian McKay is Professor of History at Queen’s University and the author of the award-winning Reasoning Otherwise: Leftists and the People’s Enlightenment in Canada, Kingston writer Jamie Swift is the author of numerous books. He works on social justice issues for. The Witch, they say, is loaded, with bullion concealed amid the trash of her squalid estate, itself a misbegotten inheritance from the gentleman whom.

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