I L L U S T R AT I O N S
FIGURES
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Donkey at Dunn’s River Falls (Ocho Rios, Jamaica), 2000
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A Snapshot of Jamaica, ca. 1907
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H. S. Duperly, ‘‘An Expert for a Three Miles Race, Kingston, Jamaica,’’ 1907–14
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‘‘Chuh!!!,’’ 1907–14
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Page from a traveler’s album, ca. 1890
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Marianne North, A Night-Flowering Crinum Lily and Ferns, Jamaica, 1871
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James Johnston, ‘‘Scene on the Rio Cobre,’’ ca. 1903
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James Johnston, ‘‘Royal Palms, Ravensworth, Spanish Town,’’ 1903
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‘‘Golden Vale,’’ 1913
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James Johnston, ‘‘Domestics with Yams, Cocoanuts, Etc.,’’ 1903
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‘‘Rafting on the Rio Grande—A Stop for Lunch,’’ ca. 1910
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Detail of ‘‘Rafting on the Rio Grande—A Stop for Lunch,’’ ca. 1910
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‘‘The New Jamaica. Coat of Arms,’’ ca. 1909
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J. W. Cleary, ‘‘Banana Carriers—Jamaica,’’ postmarked 1907
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A. Duperly and Sons, ‘‘Castleton Gardens,’’ 1908
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James Johnston, ‘‘Hard Labour,’’ ca. 1903
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O. Milke, ‘‘Kingston, Beautiful Washerwoman,’’ postmarked 1906
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A. Duperly and Sons, ‘‘Cane Cutters,’’ ca. 1890–1900
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C. B. Webster, ‘‘A Typical Coolie Family,’’ ca. 1904
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C. B. Webster, ‘‘Coolies Washing,’’ postmarked 1906
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William Henry Jackson, ‘‘Ceiba or Silk Cotton Tree,’’ 1900
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William Henry Jackson, ‘‘Royal Palms, Cumberland Street, Nassau, W.I.,’’ 1900
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Jacob Frank Coonley, ‘‘On the Way to Market,’’ 1888–1904
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[Jacob Frank Coonley], ‘‘On the way to Market,’’ 1910
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[Jacob Frank Coonley], ‘‘On the way to Market,’’ 1910 (divided back)
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Winslow Homer, On the Way to the Market, Bahamas, 1885
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Winslow Homer, Palm Tree, Nassau, ca. 1888–89
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Jacob Frank Coonley, ‘‘A Native African Hut,’’ 1888–1904
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William Henry Jackson, ‘‘Royal Victoria Gardens, Nassau,
Bahama Island,’’ 1900
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