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March 11, 2012
First I must say, Happy New Year and God's Richest Blessings to you and your family. Second, I must apologize for just responding to you after 3 years? Can you believe that? I am truly sorry. I have not been on this sight in so long that I must read and bring myself back up to speed about what has been going on. In the past 3 years I was living in Asia. I traveled a lot but got into problems when a local Balinese - Bali, Indonesia company really messed me up financially and emotionally as well as in Ulsan, South Korea. I was teaching mostly ESL English in Ulsan, South Korea, Taiyuan, China, and Bali, Indonesia. I plan to visit, do business, and maybe live in Asian started again next year God spare life! Now to answer your question, I am not aware of any tribes here only in Puerto Rico and St. Croix. However, on St. Thomas and St. John I have family that are descendants but this is still not clear. I am trying to get historical records straight. You can trying contacting the Virgin Islands "Seven Arches Museum" on St. Thomas - ( http://www.sevenarchesmuseum.com/ ) or contact the Virgin Islands Department of Planning & Natural Resources - DPNR - ( http://dpnr-dlam.dpnr.gov.vi/pages/territorial-archives-353 ) or ( www.vifamilies.org ) for further documentation/information. I hope that you were able to complete your book as you can add this as a supplemental piece. If you need further information feel free to contact me. Have a wonderful day, take care, and God Bless Always!
I get to share the work "Los taino y las aves" with the greater Santiago de los Caballeros community on November 17th, at the Centro Cultural Leon Jimenes.
The use of island foods (or lack thereof_ amongst the Caribbean islands also refects some interesting linkages.)
I look forward to seeing your book!
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