Problems facing sugar planters in the British colony of Jamaica during the period 1850-1900, and the solutions used to solve them.
The islands of the British West Indies saw foreign competition from the slave grown sugar of Louisiana and Cuba. However, by the 1860's, due to a loan from the British government, Trinidad, Antigua, Barbados, British Guiana and St. Kitts all survived the equalization crisis. The sugar industry in Jamaica, on the other hand, continued to deteriorate.
Jamaica's figures show a sugar industry, which failed to survive. Below is proof of this failure and decrease in sugar production. As the…
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