2 edition of Papers on printing and the book trade in the West Indies found in the catalog.
Papers on printing and the book trade in the West Indies
Written in English
Publications submitted for the degree of Ph.D. Loughborough University of Technology, 1978.
|Statement||by Roderick Cave.|
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At first the research undertaken for these papers was limited to the resources available in Author: Roderick Cave. The division of the Caribbean islands between the major European powers resulted in the growth of a number of regional presses, providing the colonists with the reading matter they would have expected from their countries of origin.
The series of 'Working Papers on Went Indian Printing' was developed at the Department of Library Studies of the University of the West Indies, initially to provide suitable material of Caribbean content for those students studying for the optional course on the history of the : Roderick Cave.
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