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On May 6, St. Lucia celebrated Indian Arrival Day. Indians came to the Caribbean as indentured laborers throughout the 19th century to cultivation and process sugar cane. Colonial territories were Guyana (1838), Jamaica (1845), Trinidad (1845), Martinique (1853), French Guiana (1854) Guadeloupe (1854), Grenada (1857), St. Lucia (1859 ), St. Vincent (1861), St. Kitts (1861), St. Croix (1863), Suriname (1873), and Nevis (1874). Saint Lucia has a sizeable population of their descendants.

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Name: Port of Spain Country: Trinidad & Tobago Location: Southern Caribbean, 3miles off the coast of Venezuela Population of City: 50,000 Language: English

© Danielle Salloum 'Homeless Trinidad' The homeless in Trinidad and Tobago are a neglected and feared population that the government has done very little or even nothing for. They need our help. (35mm black and white film)

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© Danielle Salloum 'Homeless Trinidad' The homeless in Trinidad and Tobago are a neglected and feared population that the government has done very little or even nothing for. They need our help. (35mm black and white film)

Port of Spain, Capital of Trinidad and Tobago, Population: 50479 #PortofSpain #TrinidadandTobago (L4353)

The cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago is as mixed and varied as the country’s population - African, Indian, British, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Middle Eastern and, of course the indigenous Amerindians.

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Venezuela, officially the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is a federal republic located on the northern coast of South America. It is bordered by Colombia on the west, Brazil on the south, Guyana on the east, and the islands of Trinidad and Tobago to the north-west. Venezuela's territory covers around 916,445 km² with an estimated population around 33,221,865. Venezuela is considered a state with extremely high biodiversity, with habitats ranging from the Andes Mountains