Gendering Slave Ownership in Colonial Jamaica
This chapter illuminates how women—as settlers, family members, slave owners, and plantation managers in Jamaica—helped to consolidate British power in the early modern Atlantic world. Christine Walker offers new evidence of how Anglo-Jamaican women intensified Britain’s investment in chattel slavery and its commitment to maintaining an Atlantic empire.
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