The Honduran liberal reforms and the rise of West Indian migration -- Honduran immigration legislation and the rise of anti-West Indian sentiment -- Countering the "Black invasion" : the intellectual response to West Indian immigration -- West Indian cultural retention and community formation on the north coast -- An imagined citizenry : the racial realities of British identity among West Indians in Honduras -- Eradicating the Black peril : the deportation of West Indian workers from Tela and Trujillo, Honduras, 1930-1939 -- Epilogue.
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