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The young colonials
Carl C. Campbell

The young colonials
a social history of education in Trinidad and Tobago, 1834-1939
Carl C. Campbell.

Published by Press University of the West Indies in Barbados .
Written in English.

About the Book

"Argues that in content and orientation islands' educational system during colonial period was geared more to the metropole than to the local situation. Uses career and initiatives of J.O. Cutteridge, British educational official in Trinidad, to portray the occasional absurdity of the system. Highlights religious bodies' meaningful role in building schools and in other educational activities. Concludes that despite problems, education did provide a mechanism for upward social mobility and for overcoming barriers imposed by race, class, or ethnicity. Includes list of island scholars from late-19th century through 1939"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 366-374) and index.

Classifications

Library of Congress LA2353.T75 C36 1996

The Physical Object

Pagination 387 p. ;
Number of pages 387

ID Numbers

Open Library OL617315M
ISBN 10 9766400113
LC Control Number 96215158
Library Thing 4845776
Goodreads 1604531

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