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Hilary Beckles. Great House Rules: Landless Emancipation and Workers' Protest in Barbados, 1838-1938. Ian Randle Publishers. 2004. 210pp.

Hilary Beckles. Chattel House Blues: Making of a Democratic Society in Barbados, from Clement Payne to Owen Arthur. Ian Randle Publishers. 2004. 230pp.

Hilary Beckles. Black Rebellion in Barbados: The Struggle Against Slavery, 1627-1838. Antilles Publications. 1984. 164pp.

Hilary Beckles. Afro-Caribbean Women & Resistance to Slavery in Barbados. Karnak House. 1988. 96pp.

Hilary Beckles. Natural Rebels: A Social History of Enslaved Black Women in Barbados. Rutgers University Press. 1989. 197pp.

Kathleen Mary Butler. The Economics of Emancipation: Jamaica & Barbados, 1823-1843. UNC Press. 1995. 198pp.

P. F. Campbell. The Church in Barbados in the Seventeenth Century. Barbados Museum and Historical Society. 1982. 188pp.

Trevor A. Carmichael. Barbados: Thirty Years of Independence. Ian Randle Publishers. 1996. 294pp.

Graham Dann. The Quality of Life in Barbados. Macmillan Caribbean. 1984. 290pp.

Kortright Davis. Cross and Crown in Barbados: Caribbean Political Religion in the Late 19th Century. Peter Lang. 1983. 187pp.

George Frere. A Short History of Barbados, from Its First Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time. J. Dodsley. 1768. 132pp.

Larry Gragg. Englishmen Transplanted: The English Colonization of Barbados, 1627-1660. Oxford University Press. 2003. 217pp.

Jerome Handler. Plantation Slavery in Barbados: An Archaeological and Historical Investigation. Replica Books. 2005. 382pp.

Jerome S. Handler. The Unappropriated People: Freedmen in the Slave Society of Barbados. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1974. 225pp.

Jerome S. Handler. A Guide to Source Materials for the Study of Barbados History, 1627-1834. Oak Knoll Press. 2001. 205pp.

Glenford D. Howe; Don D. Marshall (editors). The Empowering Impulse: The Nationalist Tradition of Barbados. Canoe Press. 2001. 354pp.

F. A. Hoyos. Barbados: A History from the Amerindians to Independence. Macmillan. 1978. 293pp.

Cecily Jones. Engendering Whiteness: White Women and Colonialism in Barbados and North Carolina, 1627-1865. Manchester University Press. 2007. 237pp.

David H. Makinson. Barbados: A Study of North-American-West-Indian Relations, 1739-1789. Mouton. 1964. 142pp.

Russell R. Menard. Sweet Negotiations: Sugar, Slavery, and Plantation Agriculture in Early Barbados. University of Virginia Press. 2006. 181pp.

Bonham C. Richardson. Panama Money in Barbados, 1900-1920. University of Tennessee Press. 2004. 308pp. The influx of money in Barbados sent by Barbadian workers involved in the Panama Canal construction.

Raymond Savage. Barbados: The Enchanting Isle. J. B. Lippincott Company. 1937. 119pp.

Mark Watson; Robert B. Potter. Low-Cost Housing in Barbados: Evolution or Social Revolution?. University of the West Indies Press. 2001. 360pp.

Pedro L. V. Welch. Slave Society in the City: Bridgetown, Barbados, 1680-1834. Ian Randle Publishers. 2003. 253pp.

Marion V. Williams. Managing Public Finances in a Small Developing Economy: The Case of Barbados. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 191pp.

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