Asian Migration and Linguistic Presence. Parts I & II. General Aims . To examine the history of the migration of Asians to the Caribbean. What did the slaves and the planters do when slavery was abolished and how did this affect interaction/language?
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Parts I & II
34,530 (h.c) 32,000 (h.c.) Martinique
43,500 (wkrs) 43,794 (wkrs)
45,000 (h.c.) 32,000 (h.c.) Guadeloupe
51,522 (wkrs) 51,659 (wkrs)
Golden Grove Estate
1838 500 workers
1842 400 workers
Between 1853 and 1879, British Guiana imported more than 14,000 Chinese workers, with a few going to some of the other colonies
LINGUISTIC IMPACT OF INDIAN MIGRATION