History of the West Indian Peoples by E.H. Carter

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  • American history,
  • West Indies

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages134
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Open LibraryOL10125710M
ISBN 100175660417
ISBN 109780175660414

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History of the West Indian Peoples: The story of our islands. rev. Edward Henry Carter, George Wingfield Digby, R.

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The entire work took 26 years to complete. The set was published in India by the Bharatiya Vidya. The West Indies is a geologically complex island system consisting of 7, islands and islets stretching over 3, km from the Florida peninsula of North America south-southeast to the northern coast of Venezuela.

These islands include active volcanoes, low-lying atolls, raised limestone islands, and large fragments of continental crust containing tall mountains and. History Before European settlement on the islands of the West Indies, they were inhabited by three different peoples: the Arawaks, the Caribs, and the Ciboney.

These indigenous tribes were effectively wiped out by European colonists. Christopher Columbus was the first European to visit several of the islands (in ). Anti-Indian anger rose in the late s as the Ghost Dance spiritual movement emerged, spreading to two dozen tribes across 16 states, and threatening efforts to culturally assimilate tribal peoples.

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Home» Browse» History» Caribbean and West Indian History» Caribbean History. Caribbean History. From the second millennium BC a group of hunter-gatherers, known as the Ciboney, made their way from South America along the chain of islands enclosing the Caribbean Sea.

A few hundred years BC, the Tainos, also called Arawaks, began. In writing about the new people they met, the Europeans assumed a very clear hierarchy between the superior West and the inferior “New World.” To begin with, the Europeans, who had developed a written culture early on, tended to view the history and culture of peoples without a written language as inferior.

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They were considered rich because they had both an abundance of food and sturdy shelter. As with most tribes, the women did chores each day. This included weaving baskets and mats, collecting berries, making clothing, and cleaning house.

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