|The sugar cane
harvest in Antigua, West Indies, 1823.
|From William Clark,
Ten Views In the Island of Antigua, in Which are Represented the Process of
Sugar Making.... From Drawings Made by William Clark, During a Residence of
Three Years in the West Indies (London,1823). (Also published in Ladies'
Society for Promoting the Early Education of Negro Children [London, ca.
1833]; image shown here is taken from a copy in the John Carter Brown Library
at Brown University).
"Cutting the Sugar Cane, on Delap's Estate...," men and women in
first gang, black driver supervising; white manager/overseer on horseback.