Tag: THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND THE EUROPEANS

CSEC Study Guide 1

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The Indigenous people of the Americas…

Impact of Europeans on Indigenous People

Once Columbus found the “New World” it was the end of the Native American World (including the Americas) as they knew it. They were generally described as simple and docile people who accepted the Europeans as friends. This was one of the major contributing factors to their demise. It is safe to safe to say…...

God, Gold and Glory!

Christopher Columbus, born 1452 in Genoa, came from humble a background and was one of four boys in his family. Though he was not considered a scholar, he was well read and had a wide range of academic interests. Columbus is famous for his ‘discovery’ of the Caribbean. Though the Caribbean was where he ended…...

Taino Practices

In this post we will look at the various practices of the Taínos. Remember from the Migration and Settlement Patterns post we introduced the Taínos, who were believed to have come from Venezuela. There were five major groups: Lucayans, Tainos, Ciboneys, Ciguayos and the Igneris. Taíno culture was the most highly developed by the time Columbus…...

Migration and Settlement Patterns of the Tainos

There were various tribes living in the Caribbean at the time of the coming of the Europeans. At the time of Columbus the Tainos, whose origins have been traced back to the lower Orinoco, were found living in the Greater Antilles. They arrived in the Caribbean through the Venezuela-Trinidad gateway. They were expert seafarers and…...