This is a 47 page report on labor conditions in the Island of Jamaica. Submitted by Robert Monroe Harrison, American consul at Kingston, Jamaica, to Abel P. Upshur, US Secretary of State.
Dated October 11, 1843
Item was received with the Tucker Papers. Presented by Mr. and Mrs. George P. Coleman, Williamsburg, VA, August 27, 1938.
NOTE: page 36 is blank
There is a pdf file and each page scanned on: Z:\\Robert Monroe Harrison to Abel Upshur 10-1848
1843 October 11
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