Trinidad and Tobago
In 1863 Trinidad, with a population of 84,438 (census, 1861), was a crown colony; Tobago, with 15,410 inhabitants, was included in the Windward Islands. Trinidad exports to the UK amounted to about £605,000 (Tobago, £67,000), imports from the UK to £289,200 (Tobago, £18,800).
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Books of Reference
- Statistical Information: The Central Statistical Office, Government of Trinidad and Tobago, 2 Edward St., Port-of-Spain. Director: J. Harewood. Publications include Annual Statistical Digest, Quarterly Economic Report, Annual Overseas Trade Report, Population and Vital Statistics Annual Report.Google Scholar
- Report of the Trinidad and Tobago Independence Conference, 1962. (Cmnd. 1757.) HMSO, 1962Google Scholar
- Annual Report, 1959. HMSO, 1961Google Scholar
- Development Plan for Tobago. HMSO, 1957Google Scholar
- Economic Survey of Trinidad and Tobago, 1953–58. Government Printer, Port-of-Spain, 1959 Five Tear Development Programme, 1958–1962. Government Printer, Port-of-Spain, 1958Google Scholar
- Trinidad and Tobago Year Book. Port-of-Spain. Annual (from 1865)Google Scholar
- Braithwaite, L., Social Stratification in Trinidad. Social & Economic Studies, 2 (Jamaica) 1953Google Scholar
- Craig, H., The Legislative Council of Trinidad and Tobago. London, 1952Google Scholar
- Herskovits, M. J. and Herskovits, F. S., Trinidad Village. New York, 1947Google Scholar
- Central Library. The Central Library of Trinidad and Tobago, Queen’s Park East, Port-of-Spain. Librarian: Miss M. Lumsden, FLA.Google Scholar