Hakewill, James. A picturesque tour of the island of Jamaica from drawings made in the years 1820 and 1821, by James Hakewill. London: Hurst and Robinson, 1825.

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James Hakewill spent two years in Jamaica, and upon his return to London published A Picturesque Tour... (1825) with illustrations of the architecture and slavery conditions of Jamaica. His illustrations depict beautiful landscapes and architecture, and the pro-plantation propaganda of idyllic images of complacent slaves.

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