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Living quarters in the hills of Caledonia Pen, Westmoreland, for the 84th detachment of the West India Regiment. In the lower left foreground, women are laundry and to the right two men can be seen tending to donkeys and a horse.
Aerial view of the historic Seaford Town settlement, also known as German Town, in Westmoreland. To the far left is the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, established by the first German settlers in Jamaica.
The Chebuctoo Great House in Westmoreland, Jamaica, once owned by Frances Jones in 1811.
Front view of the Moravian Church in the hills of Carmel in Westmoreland.
The great house on the old Bluefields sugar estate in Westmoreland. There is a cannon in the front yard near the staircase.
The Bluefields Great House, occupied by naturalist Philip Henry Gosse for a period of eighteen months between 1844 to 1845, while carrying out his research on Westmoreland. It was once a sugar estate.
"Soldiers guard a plane after its crash-landing at Lilliput near Montego Bay yesterday."