76. Reading notes

Creator:
Thistlewood, Thomas, 1721-1786
Published/Created:
1785-1786
Physical Description:
1 vol. : b&w illustrations ; 39 cm.
Associated Names:
Thistlewood, Thomas, 1721-1786 [Author]
Topics:
Master and servant --Jamaica
Meteorology --Observations
Natural history --Jamaica
Navigation --Early works to 1800
Plantation life --Early works to 1800
Plantation life --Jamaica
Plantation overseers. --Jamaica
Plantation owners --Jamaica
Slave trade --Jamaica
Slaveholders --Jamaica
Slavery --Jamaica --Early works to 1800
Slaves --Jamaica --Social conditions
Sugar plantations --Early works to 1800
Sugar plantations --Jamaica
Topics:
Jamaica --Climate --Observations
Jamaica --Description and travel
Jamaica --Economic conditions
Jamaica --Social conditions
West Indies, British
Topics:
Cope, John, of Jamaica
Thistlewood, Thomas, 1721-1786
Language:
English
Genre:
Botanical illustrations
drawings (AAT)
Historiography
illustrations (AAT)
Inventories
journals (accounts): diaries (AAT)
manuscripts (AAT)
Format:
Text
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Public
Source Creator:
Thistlewood, Thomas, 1721-1786
Source Title:
Thomas Thistlewood papers
Source Created:
1748-1792
Source Note:
The papers consist of diaries, weather journals, commonplace books, reading notes and other material documenting the life, work, and intellectual interests of the Jamaican planter and slaveowner Thomas Thistlewood. Daily entries in the diaries, which Thistlewood kept from 1748 until a few weeks before his death in 1786, are a rich source of information on plantation life and work, including management of sugar plantations and livestock plantations; economic and social relations among landowners, overseers and slaves; and Thistlewood's own professional, intellectual and sexual activities. Thirty-four years of weather journals chronicle the Jamaican climate, including the great hurricane of October 1780, while twenty volumes of reading notes, memoranda, inventories, lists of books, and other papers reveal Thistlewood's intellectual and scientific interests, such as botany and the collection of medicinal plants; chemistry; mathematics; and navigation.
Series III. Reading Notes and Other Papers. Oversize.
Call Number:
OSB MSS 176
Box:
Box 12
Folder:
Folder 89
Orbis Record:
10177215
Finding Aid:
http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/beinecke.thistle
Yale Collection:
Beinecke Library
Digital Collection:
James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection
oid pointer:
12200821
Volume/Enumeration:
No. 76
Extent of digitization:
Complete work digitized.
OID:
12200771
PID:
digcoll:4065727

Number of Pages: 116
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