Surinam in the Nineteenth Century

  • Cornelis Ch. Goslinga


King William I, whose ideas about the importance of the Curaçao islands were vastly exaggerated, was also overly optimistic about Surinam. He did not have to wait long to be disappointed.


Labor Shortage Slave Owner Home Government Black Suspect Abolition Movement 
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© Martinus Nijhoff, Publishers bv, The Hague 1979

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  • Cornelis Ch. Goslinga

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