Bibliography

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  Seantee' Campbell was born and raised in Jamaica and because of this, thinks of herself as somewhat of an expert on the island. Along with the knowledge that she acquired simply growing up on the island, the following books were used for resources and to gather factual information:

Focus on Jamaica, sections: Mandeville, Negril, Kingston, Ocho Rios, Port Antonio & Montego Bay.
Handbook of Jamaica by The Jamaican Information Service
Jamaica Way by Philip Sherlock, sections: Triangle of History, East End, North Coast, White Witch of Rose Hall, West End.
Exploring Jamaica, A Guide For Motorists by Philip Write & Paul F. White, sections: Montego-Bay-Falmouth, Discovery Bay-St.Ann's Bay-Ocho Rios, Discovery Bay-Cave Valley-Mandeville.
Jamaica Land of Wood and Water by Fernando Henriques, section: Who are Jamaicans?
Jamaica, A Vacation Guide by Ian Sangster, sections: People of Jamaica, The Past, The West Coast, The East Coast.
Area Handbook of Jamaica by Irving Kaplan, Howard I. Blutstein, Kathryn Therese Johnston & David S. McMorris, section: Geography & Population.
Jamaica, The Island and Its People by A. J. Newman, sections: The Geography of Jamaica & The People of Jamaica.
Jamaica of Today by Hyatt Verrill, sections: Round and About Jamaica's Capital, Scenes and Interests Near At Hand, Touring Jamaica By Automobile & Jamaica's Wealth of Fruit and Flowers.
Beautiful Jamaica by Evon Blake, sections: Historical Flashbacks, Kingston, Faces of Jamaica, The Land, Tourism & Montego Bay.

Some suggested Web sites to visit to learn more about the island of Jamaica are

www.discoverjamaica.com

www.visitjamaica.com

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