Hills in the Scotland District of Saint Andrew

Bryant Slides Collection Circa 1940-1981 ( Guide to the Collection )
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Material Information

Title:
Hills in the Scotland District of Saint Andrew
Uniform Title:
The Bryant Slides Collection
The Bryant Slides Collection, Barbados
Physical Description:
35 mm
Creator:
Unknown ( Photographer )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Mountains -- Barbados
Roads -- Barbados
Barbados -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Genre:
Transparencies
Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Caribbean region -- Saint Andrew

Notes

General Note:
The slides were taken on collecting trips sponsored by the William L. Bryant Foundation, where books, music and art indigenous to the regions were gathered. They are organized by geographical location.
General Note:
Mount Hillaby, whose peak located in Scotland District of the Saint Andrew’s parish, is the highest elevation in Barbados at 340 meters (1115 feet) above sea level. Mount Hillaby, whose soil is composed of sandstone and chalk, is the summit of a mountain range that stretches from Trinidad to Puerto Rico. The Scotland District is the only location in the Caribbean where this mountain range is above water. This range is an example of an accretionary prism which is formed from sediments on the ocean floor pushing together at the junction of two tectonic plates. From Mount Hillaby’s peak viewers can see the beaches of Bathsheba and Chalky Mount, a range of hills with a jagged profile that contains clay deposits used by local potters. Slide labeled Barb 23.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Central Florida Libraries ( SOBEK page | external link )
Holding Location:
University of Central Florida ( SOBEK page | external link )
Rights Management:
All rights to images are held by the respective holding institution. This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. For permission to reproduce images and/or for copyright information contact Special Collections & University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, FL 32816 phone (407) 823-2576, email: speccoll@ucf.edu
Resource Identifier:
CFM1972_01a
Sheet 20: 16
System ID:
AA00017922:00001