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There is a surprisingly rich resource of books on the West Indies. Only a few books on the Caribbean are commonly found in bookshops but there are an enormous range of titles in existence. There is a fine online bibliography of West Indies books, mostly sorted by author, compiled by Don Mitchell at http://books.ai
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|FERMOR Patrick Leigh The traveller's tree. - A journey through the Caribbean islands.|
John Murray (1951)
403pp + plates. Reprint, clean in original green cloth.
One of the best written travel books on the Caribbean with fine photo plates.
|SHIPLEY Sir Arthur E. Islands West Indian - Aegean|
Hopkinson & Co., London (1924)
xii + 139pp + plates. 1st ed., clean in original faded cloth.
Chapters on Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Greek Islands.
|GAUNT Mary Reflection in Jamaica.|
viii + 258pp + plates. 1st ed., light tone spotting throughout but mostly affecting margins.
Description of day to day life in the island.
|STARR Ida M.H. Gardens of the Caribbeees. - Sketches of a cruise to the West Indies and the Spanish Main.|
L.C. Page & Co., Boston (1904)
2 vols. 310 + 266pp + plates. 1st ed., clean in faded pictorial cloth.
|ASPINALL Algernon E. The pocket guide to the West Indies.|
Sifton, Praed & Co (1923)
479pp + ads., plates and folding maps, fine in original cloth.
|PENN MOLL Verna Johnny - Cake Country.|
Self Publishing Assoc. (1990)
125pp + map. 1st ed., very fine in fine D/W.
Story set in the British Virgin Is.
|LANAGHAN Mrs Antigua and the Antiguans: - a full account of the colony and its inhabitants.|
Macmillan Caribbean (1991)
2 vols. 345 + 355pp. Facsimile reprint of 1844 first ed. Some foxing on page edges only otherwise fine in fine D/W's.
|TROLLOPE A. The West Indies and the Spanish Main.|
Frank Cass & Co (1968)
iv + 395pp. Facsimile reprint of 2nd ed., fine in original green cloth, spine a little faded.
Written by the author while on Post Office business in the West Indies to re-organise the Colonial Post Offices and to undertake postal treaties with the Spanish colonies. Much on Jamaica also chapters on Barbados, Bermuda, Cuba, Trinidad and St Thomas.
|WARDLAW C.W. Green havoc. - In the lands of the Caribbean.|
W. Blackwood & Sons (1935)
318pp + plates. 1st ed., very fine in very good D/W.
The writer toured the islands to discover the extent of devastation caused to the banana crop by disease.
|TREVES Sir Frederick The Cradle of the Deep. - An account of a voyage to the West Indies.|
London: Smith, Elder & Co (1913)
xii + 378pp + plates. Clean in slightly worn original cloth.
An important work with good sections on Barbados, Jamaica and St Kitts Nevis.
|WRIGHT Philip Lady Nugent's Journal - of her residence in Jamaica from 1801 to 1805.|
Institute of Jamaica (1966)
xxxiv + 331pp + plates, revised ed., fine in D/W.
Lady Nugent's husband was governor of Jamaica. Gives a vivid impression of planter society.
|SEALY Theodore and HART Herbert Jamaica's banana industry: a history of the banana industry with particular reference to the part played by the Jamaica Banana Producers Association, Ltd.|
Jamaica Banana Producers Association, Ltd. (1984)
114pp + index and plates. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
|PATON William A. Down the islands. - A voyage to the Caribbees.|
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1887)
xiii + 301 large pp + plates + publisher's ads. 1st ed., clean in original pictorial cloth.
Fine descriptions of many of the islands illustrated by photos and very attractive engraved views. Much on Antigua, Barbados, Martinique, St Kitts and St Lucia. A classic early work on the Caribbean. Cundall 2357.
|ETIENNE Maj. F.E. Les Decorations Haitiennes a travers l'Histoire.|
120 large pp +  1st ltd. edition, no. 1114 of 3000 copies. Clean in worn D/W.
A scarce work on military and civilian decorations and medals illustrated with many colour plates.
|ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE Cuba, Si - 50 Years of Cuban Photography|
96 large pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
|STARK J.H. and RODWAY J. Stark's guide-book and history of British Guiana. - Containing a description of everything relating to this colony that would be of interest to tourists and residents.|
Boston (1902 (circa))
120pp + plates, folding map and ads. 1st ed., clean in pictorial cloth, spine faded. One plate detached.
Fine early guide with good photo illustrations and some engraved views. Includes the photo plate of group of natives which is usually missing.
|RODMAN Selden Renaissance in Haiti. - Popular painters in the Black Replublic.|
Pellegrini & Cudahy, New York (1948)
134pp. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn cloth.
|ANON Art of Haiti and Jamaica. - A loan exhibition.|
Art Gallery Center for Inter-American Relations, New York (1968)
36 + 4pp. Clean in card covers.
|HAYWARD W.B. Bermuda past and present. - A descriptive and historical account of the Somers Islands.|
Dodd, Mead & Co., New York (1924)
242pp + plates. Revised ed., fine clean copy in fine original cloth.
Illustrated history and guide to the islands.
|DORR Julia C.R. Bermuda-an Idyl of the Summer Islands|
New York. Charles Scribner's Sons (1886)
148pp + folding map. Fine in slightly worn original green cloth.