3 edition of On sugar cultivation in Louisiana, Cuba, &c. found in the catalog.
On sugar cultivation in Louisiana, Cuba, &c.
J. A. Leon
|Other titles||The sugar question.|
|Statement||By an European and colonial sugar manufacturer.|
|Series||American culture series -- 617.1.|
|Contributions||An European and colonial sugar manufacturer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1.|
Articles specific to sugar include statistics, trade, and scientific and technical topics. People still did not understand how the disease developed or was transmitted, and did not know how to prevent it. During the last uprising of the Cuban people, already mentioned, not only the United States government, but the entire American people were watching the struggle with intense interest, when, on the night of 15 February,a terrific explosion destroyed the United States battleship Maine in Havana harbour, whither she had gone on a friendly visit by invitation of the Spanish Government. Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York suffered repeated epidemics in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as did other cities along the East and Gulf coasts. For information on the processing of cane sugar and the history of its use, see sugar. The government soon lost control of the situation, so that in September,the United States was forced to intervene.
From May to October rain and thunder are of almost daily occurrence; from November to April is the dry season, during which period the rainfall is comparatively light. Abbot is a good example of a fairly recent publication. Many attempts have been made to reproduce the tobacco of this region in other parts of the world, and even in other parts of Cuba, but always without success, the superiority of the Vuelta Abajo product being probably due to the peculiar topography of the country. Surviving evidence shows that despite increases in production, Brazil was not able to keep the sugar refineries in Amsterdam adequately supplied, forcing the Dutch refiners to look elsewhere for the product. This title is predominantly statistics but there is a buyer's guide, written analysis on big topics like the Administration of the Sugar Acts, and technical progress of the industry. The rebellion ofhowever, compelled Spain to promise the Cubans representation in the Cortes, together with other needed reforms.
Matthew Edel. Call Number: HD Even more remarkable is Guadeloupe, which increased its exports from 2, tons in to 10, tons in the early eighteenth century, with assistance from Martinique. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. The disease probably was brought by refugees and mosquitoes on ships from Saint-Domingue. The completion of the road running through the centre of the island, and connecting Havana with Santiago de Cuba, marks the realization of a long-felt commercial need and the attainment of a political end of great importance.
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A vignette-driven popular history. Aykroyd, W. David Watts. Their knowledge of this incredible plant slowly moved across Southeast Asia, southern China, until it reached India, which was home of the first organized sugar production.
London: Longman Caribbean, While the successor states to the Soviet Union maintained their demand, prices were much lower. See Matthew Edel, p. Byannual sugar production had decreased to 1. Even internationally well-known On sugar cultivation in Louisiana such as Coca Cola and Pepsi use ordinary sugar in majority of the countries, but in United States they switched to corn high-fructose corn syrup.
This article treats the cultivation of the sugarcane plant. Posits sugar On sugar cultivation in Louisiana as the archetype of early modern capitalism.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, The ideal soil is a mixture of sand, silt, and clay particles, with a measure of organic material.
The New Orleans business community feared that word of an epidemic would cause a quarantine to be placed on the city, and their trade would suffer. Snow, however, is unknown throughout the island. There is some indexing per volume but it isn't consistent.
In the first section particular attention is paid to the slave trade, plantation, Muscovado and Clayed Sugar, and the French West Indian sugar business while the section devoted to the business in France looks at the national and local perspective as well as the refining industry and selling and consumption.
Also one trunk went to New Bern, which was identified as having brought yellow fever to that city, claiming the lives of 2, people. New York: Cambridge University Press, Mechanical planters that open the furrow, fertilize, drop the seed cane, and cover it with soil are widely used. Discovery of English chemist Edward Charles Howard in also enabled great improvement in sugar production.
Traces the movement of sugar throughout the world but focuses on the Caribbean. It has a length of almost miles from east to west, and its width varies from miles, at the eastern end, to 30 miles in the western portion. More data broken down by state and also includes confectionery products candy, chocolate, gum.
The plantation system of Brazil and the Caribbean, like the hacienda system on the continent, would endure for centuries as the model for agricultural production and rural society.
Mintz is by far the most sophisticated and carefully researched of these, but there are other useful general studies.
He again visited the island inand inand on each occasion explored part of the coast. There are abundant deposits of copper, alum, iron, marble, and manganese. A paid subscription is required for full access.released in This variety has the highest sugar per ton of any variety released by the Louisiana sugarcane breeding program.
HoCP ’s sugar per acre yield in plant-cane is very good but there can be a decrease in stubble cane yields that cannot always be offset by high sugar per ton. Cuba. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Cuba, "The Pearl of the Antilles", is the largest and westernmost island of the West Indies.
Its extent, geographical position, the great number of its ports, the fertility of its soil, and its climate make it one of the most interesting countries in the New World.
A Few remarks on the cultivation of the sugar cane in Louisiana and the dimunition of the duties on foreign sugar. Louisiana and Cuba after slavery / by: The West-India common-place book compiled from parliamentary and official documents. East Asia and Western India. Around B.C. it was an important crop in the Indian sub-continent.
It was introduced to Egypt around A.D. and, about one century later, to Spain ( A.D.). Global Distribution of Sugarcane (Click to Enlarge) Since then, the cultivation of sugarcane was extended to nearly all tropical and sub-tropical regions.
hildebrandsguld.com manufacture of sugar is carried on in the departments of the north, in which the cultivation of beetroot is general Aisne, Nord, Somme, Pas-de-Calais, Oise and Seine-et-Marne, the three first being by far the largest producers.
Introduction. Sugar drove the expansion of European empires in the Atlantic world. From its cultivation in the Atlantic Islands in the 15th century to its production in Cuba and Louisiana after British and French emancipation in the 19th century, sugar was always the dominant crop in the Atlantic.