by William Shuman Sorsby

Thesis presented to the University of London for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
Faculty of Arts
Department of History, University College, London. January 1969

One could say the British and the Mosquito Indians had a tight relationship, but how did that come about? This book is a thesis presented to the University of London for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Arts by William Shuman Sorsby in 1969. This is a good thesis to read because it gives you an excellent view during a key period between the British and the Mosquito Indians. It will provide you with an insight into their relationship so you can better understand why the Indians, like the Baymen, started the path to becoming a protectorate of Britain.

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There is also a book with excellent information on the Mosquito Coast Indians named "Peopling Belize" by John Robinson