Plantation Yard and Slave Village, Jamaica, 1758
Shows Parnassas Estate, Clarendon parish. Slave houses on left, sugar works on right; owner/manager's house in upper right. (slide of image, courtesy of Barry W. Higman).
Published in Barry W. Higman, Jamaica surveyed: plantation maps and plans of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (Institute of Jamaica Publications Ltd., 1988), fig. 4.13, pp. 95-9; original located in the National Library of Jamaica.
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