Boucher's sources include a vast array of secondary and printed primary materials in French and English as well as his own archival research.
France and the American Tropics to 1700: Tropics of Discontent?
While the work is synthetic, Boucher offers original interpretations on several points. The book's opening chapter describes the environment and geography of the Caribbean and of the coastal areas of South America, especially Guiana, which were its adjunct. Boucher emphasizes the islands' diversity and that Most users should sign in with their email address.
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“An Indelible Stain”: Slavery and the Colonial Enlightenment
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