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The Booksie Classic House

“I heard good things about you, I hope you can help,” the voice came from an old person sitting in dark green ‘Humber’, an old British auto make. It was in the parking lot of sugarcane research station in Jamaica. Juggernaut looked inside the car carefully to see who was… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The soils of Clarendon plains on the island are rich in nutrients. To export sugar to Europe from the island, the English brought the farm laborers from India to work on the sugarcane farms in early 19th century. The descendents of the Indian laborers are now native islanders refer to… Read More
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