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What does it mean to be "indigenous" in the Caribbean today? (103)

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Florida's Caribbean Connection, Caribs anyone?

Right on topic for me and maybe for others here too. Check out the Forum Fall Edition from Florida Humanities Council. My book is mentione…

Started by Ray Osborne

1 Nov 21, 2008
Reply by Joshua M. Torres

The Seminole, A 500 Year continuation of Tradition

Early Florida Miccosuke-Seminole Indians, Look Familiar??? Seminole Chief Osceola Seminole Women Early 1900s Seminole Men & Wome…

Started by Caracoli

17 Oct 25, 2008
Reply by bella1976

Espousing our Indigenous origins-Instant Indian?

If we were to espouse our Afro-Caribbean heritage by using these items.. [Afro wigs, Black Face, and leopard or zebra prints as regal…

Started by Keiahani

5 Oct 23, 2008
Reply by orocobia

What Is An Indian?

Senator Charles Brown: Speaking of Indians, what is your definition of an Indian? Mrs. Jane Penn: (Morongo California Reservation) Briefly…

Started by Caracoli

5 Oct 3, 2008
Reply by Anita Pagan

New from the BBC

Here is a link from the BBC which discusses http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7529143.stm The lead reads: In May this year, the chief of…

Started by Lesley-Ann Brown

1 Sep 24, 2008
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600 Ton Statue of Columbus 1998 article

600 Ton Statue of Colombus 1998 article Posted by tainoray on August 19, 2008 at 11:37pm View Discussions Admin OptionsEdit Discussion Cl…

Started by Caracoli

7 Sep 3, 2008
Reply by Damaris

Taino Overview

Taíno Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Cite This Source The Taínos were pre-Columbian inhabitants of the Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and…

Started by Keiahani

4 Aug 27, 2008
Reply by Juan Almonte

Carib

Do you really think that Caribs were war-like and Arawaks - peaceful?

Started by Guy Marco

15 Aug 26, 2008
Reply by Juan Almonte

Aruba Archaeology Museum

Has anybody been to the Aruba Archaeology Museum? I understand it has been closed this year til October for renovations. If you've been th…

Started by Ray Osborne

0 Aug 20, 2008

A giant statue of Christopher Columbus has found a new home in PR

A giant statue of Christopher Columbus has found a new home in PR SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico Statue.php#> : A giant statue of Christopher C…

Started by Caracoli

9 Aug 20, 2008
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