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An Archaeology and History of a Caribbean Sugar Plantation on Antigua$
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Georgia L. Fox

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781683401285

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9781683401285.001.0001

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“Primed with Flip and Toddy”

“Primed with Flip and Toddy”

The Globalized Material Culture of Rum Production at Betty’s Hope Plantation, Antigua

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(p.195) 12 “Primed with Flip and Toddy”
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An Archaeology and History of a Caribbean Sugar Plantation on Antigua
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Charlotte Goudge

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9781683401285.003.0012

The commoditization and manufacture of rum has been a major industry in the Caribbean since the inception of the plantation as a means of amplified production to fill consumer needs. Still houses can be analysed to reflect the major economic processes active in the wider Atlantic theater. Betty’s Hope is a perfect example of the British microcosm of production, displaying themes which become archetypal within the socio-economic model of the British Caribbean and wider Atlantic world, during the historic period. These themes, exampled by the impact of that technology in the form of industrial steam manufacture, are dramatically displayed within the documentary survey and archaeology of the still house.

Keywords:   commoditization, consumer, Atlantic world, rum, production, steam manufacture, technology

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