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Until the late 19th century, refined sugar was sold as cones called sugarloaves. here you see both the mold and the cone.

Until the late century, refined sugar was sold as cones called sugarloaves. here you see both the mold and the cone.

19th century painting of Charles Town, Nevis, by H C Trery

century painting of Charles Town, Nevis, by H C Trery

History of Kingdom of Kongo. The Kingdom of Kongo was composed of 6 provinces: Mpemba, Mbata, Nsundi, Mpangu, Mbemba and Soyo, plus 4 vassal Kingdoms: Loango, Cacongo and Ngoye, at the North of the N'Zari river, and Ndongo, at the South of the Congo river.

Surprisingly, no records of the Congo's ancient and medieval history have been saved. Most early travelers to this area are completely unknown.

An African baobab tree by a ruin at Montravers Estate, a former plantation that produced, on average, 110 "hogsheads" (30,000 kg) of sugar and around 7,250 gallons (33,000 litres) of rum each year.[14]

An African baobab tree by a ruin at Montravers Estate, a former plantation that produced, on average, 110 "hogsheads" kg) of sugar and around gallons litres) of rum each

Nevis Photo Gallery - Nevis Tourism Authority

Nevis Photo Gallery - Nevis Tourism Authority

Photo: The Old Nevis Express Airport...back in the day when there were flights, and Nevis even had it's OWN airline - #Nevis Express 1 seen on the tarmac. Circa -1996?

Photo: The Old Nevis Express Airport.back in the day when there were flights, and Nevis even had it's OWN airline - Express 1 seen on the tarmac.

The South East Peninsula of St. Kitts as seen from the Yamseed Inn, #Nevis (behind the Newcastle airport) Circa 1987....what a difference. Look how pristine it was then.

Sand or City Contest St Kitts The South East Peninsula of St. Kitts as seen from the Yamseed Inn, Nevis, 1987 The Yamseed Inn (now out of business) was the first place I stayed on Nevis in

Chibinda Ilunga, Lunda; Angola, vor 1850, Holz, Höhe 49 cm, Museum Rietberg Zürich  | © Museum Rietberg Zürich, Foto: Rainer Wolfsberger

Chibinda Ilunga,, hero and ruler of the Lunda people

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