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- The "Centenary" was a reference to the fact that the scholarship was established one hundred years after the abolition of slavery in Jamaica.Epilogue (31% in)
- It was reserved for the graduates of public elementary schools, and, in a measure of how deeply the British felt about honoring the memory of abolition, there was a total of one Centenary scholarship awarded every year for the whole island, with the prize going to the top girl and the top boy in alternating years.Epilogue (32% in)
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