Historic account of Saint Vincent, the indian Youroumaÿn, the island of the Karaÿbes

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Carib Indians -- Saint Vincent -- History -- Early works to 1800., Indians of the West Indies -- Saint Vincent -- History -- Early works to 1800., Saint Vincent -- History -- Early works to

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Other titlesCaribs of St Vincent.
Statementwritten by Adrien Le Breton ; with an introduction by Robert Divonne.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
ContributionsDivonne, Robert, d. 1997.
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LC ClassificationsF2106 .L42 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 35 p. :
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Open LibraryOL6871941M
LC Control Number00404145
OCLC/WorldCa43703532

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An Historical Account of the Island of St Vincent (Cass Library of West Indian Studies). Vincent & the Grenadines was originally settled by Amerindian adventurers travelling northwards along the Lesser Antillean island chain from the continent of South America. They named the island 'Hairoun', meaning 'Land of the Blessed'.

Archaeological evidence indicates that Ameridians established settlements in St. Vincent from around. An Historical Account of the Island of St Vincent book.

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Get this from a library. An Historical Account of the Island of Saint Vincent. [Charles Shepard] -- Charles Shephard, a legal officer of the island of Saint Vincent, made no attempt at objectivity in his account of the great Carib rebellion, this book being dedicated to the British survivors.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shephard, Charles. Historical account of the island of Saint Vincent. London, Printed by W. Nicol,   [Many thanks to Michael O’Neal for bringing this item to our attention.] The Caribs of St.

Vincent: Historic Account of St. Vincent, the Indian Youroumaÿn, the Island of the Caribs, an early 18 th century text by Fr. Adrien le Breton, has been transcribed, published, and is now available at most bookshops in Kingstown, St. Vincent. We have not been able to find out who the island of the Karaÿbes book the book.

Pre-colonial history. Before the arrival of Europeans and Africans in the 16th century, various Amerindian groups passed through or settled on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including the Ciboney, Arawak, and Carib people.

These groups likely originated in the Orinoco Valley of South America and migrated north through Trinidad and the Lesser Antilles. By the time Christopher Columbus passed.

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Saint Vincent is a volcanic island in the is the largest island of the country Saint Vincent and the Grenadines island chain. It is located in the Caribbean Sea, between Saint Lucia and is composed of partially submerged volcanic mountains. Its largest volcano and the country's highest peak, La Soufrière, is active, having last erupted in The Story of Indian Island St.

Croix Courier, October-November Written by Muriel H. Dixon (Charlotte County Historical Society), August Edited transcription by Janice Scott (Heritage Charlotte), 1 August Part One: The Island Indian Island, a mile long and containing roughly acres was probably visited by Frenchmen.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, island country lying within the Lesser Antilles, in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It consists of the island of Saint Vincent and the northern Grenadine Islands, which stretch southward toward Grenada.

The island of Saint Vincent lies about 20 miles southwest of Saint. Online shopping for Saint Vincent Country History Books in the Books Store. The Natural History of a West Indian Religion by Wallace W. Zane. Hardcover.

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An Historical Account of the Island of St Vincent (Cass Library of West Indian Studies) Sep 9, by Charles Shepard. St. Vincent Book. I will be putting together a book about St. Vincent this winter - if you are interested in a copy, let me know by emailing me at [email protected] - put ST.

VINCENT BOOK in your subject line, and Continue. Started by Trish Short Lewis Aug 7, Charles Shephard, a legal officer of the island of Saint Vincent, made no attempt at objectivity in his account of the great Carib rebellion, this book being dedicated to the British survivors.

But having had access to several contemporary diaries and having interviewed survivors, he was able to correct and expand the narratives of Bryan Edwards and Dr Coke, making this work the most. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country in the Caribbean whose nearest neighbors are Venezuela, Barbados, Saint Lucia, Grenada, and Trinidad and Tobago.

It was formerly a colony of France and Great Britain. Saint Vincent Island is in the Islands category for Franklin County in the state of Florida. Saint Vincent Island is displayed on the Indian Pass USGS quad topo map. Anyone who is interested in visiting Saint Vincent Island can print the free topographic map and street map using the link above.

The latitude and longitude coordinates of Saint. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines online databases to assist in researching your family history. This online collection has links to online databases and indexes that may include birth records, marriage records, death records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses.

HISTORY OF ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES. Carib Indians aggressively prevented European settlement on St. Vincent until the 18th century. Enslaved Africans - whether shipwrecked or escaped from Barbados, St.

Lucia and Grenada and seeking refuge in mainland St. Vincent, or Hairouna as it was originally named by the Caribs - intermarried with the Caribs and became known as Garifuna or Black. Saint Vincent is an island and is the largest island in the chain of islands called Saint Vincent and the largest city on the island is own has ab people.

Saint Vincent is a volcanic island. It was disputed between France. Special slave censuses were kept in the early s. They are held at The National Archives (Kew, England). Slaves are identified by given name under their masters. If you can identify your ancestor's master, this source will prove of tremendous value.

St Vincent and the Grenadines Phone +1 () or ext. Email [email protected] Registry Department Court House General Office Kingstown St Vincent and the Grenadines Phone +1 (), or Email [email protected] or [email protected] Registry of Historical Family Records.

History. Vincent was inhabited as far back as A.D. InFranciscan Friars named the island while visiting Apalachee tribes in the area.

InCreek Indians and Seminoles, offshoots of the Creek nation, entered area and inhabited the island. During the War ofthe British used it to unload military supplies, preparatory to invading the United States via the Flint River.

"We had a great time thanks to our tour guide, Brenton Miller - he was very knowledgable and we learnt a lot about the history of St Vincent, as well as getting a great view of the island." "The perfect finish to an island tour, with superb views back over Kingstown and the surrounding area, as.

Information is currently provided at kiosks at Indian Pass, 14 Mile, and on St. Vincent Island, and at exhibition booths at local special events and festivals.

Key topics for interpretation are: marine turtles, red wolves, the importance of St.

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Vincent NWR to the estuary system, migratory birds, the National Wildlife Refuge System, and the. Indian Island is a site of spiritual significance.

During a storm, the beach eroded exposing burials and artifacts. The Shinnecock and Unkechaug, in cooperation with the Riverhead Park and Town supervisors, repatriated the remains.

The area is within the Indian Island Park, used for camping. History. Map of St Vincent And The Grenadines at Canouan Kids Club.

Saint Vincent Island. Saint Vincent is the largest of the islands and gateway for most who visit St Vincent and The Grenadines. At square miles, Saint Vincent has close to a hundred thousand population, many of whom are descendants of the Garifuna and Kalinago peoples.

England claimed St. Vincent inbut did not undertake an attempt to settle the island; this was done by the French just before From to British, from to to France, since to part of the Windward Islands (British). Autonomousindependent since Historical Atlas, British Empire - the Caribbean Page.

The Indian community in the United States Virgin Islands is made up of Indo-Caribbeans, Indian Americans and other persons of Indian first Indians in the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) arrived in the Danish colony of Saint Croix in June as indentured r, all of the nearly Indians who came to Saint Croix left the island by the s.St Vincent and the Grenadines History, Language and Culture History of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

By the time St Vincent was discovered by Christopher Columbus in Januarythe island had been occupied for nearly years by Carib Indians from South America, who had subjugated the original Arawak Indian inhabitants.The Saint Vincent and Grenadines Indian Heritage Foundation, established in Octoberis the most prominent organization representing the Indo-Vincentian community.

[13] The Parliament of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines enacted an Act of Parliament on 26 March officially declaring 1 June as Indian Arrival Day.