They replicated the barbadian plantation model, growing mainly rice and tobacco, and had an outsized impact on early America.
This has made the barbadian negro a race apart, hardworking and frugal.
I thought I was again in the barbadian sloop, during the storm.
Indeed, the barbadian population, as a mass, strikes one as the darkest in the West Indies.
I know not why I should be thought likely to add anything to the load of barbadian afflictions.
With the help of his newspaper friends, Stuart was able to send to his paper a fairly well-written article on the barbadian negro.
Sir Graham Briggs is perhaps the most distinguished representative of the old barbadian families.
Gentlemen and lady—barbadian born ab only one fault—he really too brave.
The manager of this estate confirmed the testimony of the barbadian planters in every important particular.
It is very quaint, this self-satisfaction of the barbadian Negro.
probably from Portuguese las barbados "the bearded;" the island so called because vines or moss hung densely from the trees. An inhabitant was called a Barbadian (1732).