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Table of Contents of Bahamian Society After Emancipation

List of Illustrations
Preface and Acknowledgments

1. The Role of the Coloured Middle Class in Nassau, 1890-1942

2. Women in the Bahamian Society in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

3. A Historical Sketch of Family Life in the Bahamas

4. Isolation Within an Isolated Archipelago: The Out Island Communities in the Bahamas During the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century

5. Emancipation and ‘Over-the-Hill’

6. Aspects of Traditional African-Bahamian Culture in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century

7. The Blockade Running Era in the Bahamas: Blessing or Curse?

8. Prohibition: A Mixed Blessing for the Bahamas

9. The Changing Face of Nassau: The Impact of Tourism on Bahamian Society in the 1920s and 1930s

10. The 1937 Riot in Inagua

11. The 1942 Riot in Nassau: A Demand For Change?

12. The 1956 Resolution: Breaking Down the Barriers of Racial Discrimination in The Bahamas

13. The 1958 General Strike in Nassau: A Landmark in Bahamian Society

14. Race Relations and National Identity in the Formation of the Bahamian Society: A Historical Perspective