LITTLE, IF anything at all, is known of Paul Bogle's early life.
For some 150 years after the British capture of Jamaica from Spain,
IN ABOUT 1820, a black female slave on the Cherry Garden Estate in St Andrew gave birth to a son of her white Scottish slave owner, Josep
"THE MOST remarkable and intelligent slave that I have ever met" was the assessment of Sam Sharpe by a Methodist missionary who knew Shar
In 1805, more than a generation before the abolition of slavery in the British empire, a remarkably unique and outstanding life began in
IN 1891, the very old Harrison E.