18th-century print of sugar-cane processing
A representation of the sugar-cane and the art of making sugar. Print shows sugarcane processing, probably in the West Indies, with a white overseer directing natives at a press(?) and a boiling operation. Image date: 1749.
Image ID: 000665
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Image size: 1.6 Mpixels (4.51 MB uncompressed) - 1463x1077 pixels (4.8x3.5 in / 12.4x9.1 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1700s, 18th-century, Business-Industry, Caribbean, Early-Modern, Education-Social Issues, Eon3701, EonBargain, Illustrations, Peoples-Cultures, Rituals-Customs, West Indies, colonialism, plantations, slavery, slaves, sugar, sugarcane