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A Day In The Life Of Tobago

A Day In The Life Of Tobago

The small island of Tobago probably boasts of more actual ‘history’ than most of its neighbours. Tobago lies northeast of the mainland of Trinidad and southeast of Grenada and is said to have a population of just over 60,000. The two islands Trinidad and Tobago became a ...

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July 1st, 2017

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The History of Indian Walk and Preau

The History of Indian Walk and Preau

Indian Walk has a rich history unlike any other community in Trinidad or Tobago. It is located in Princes Town. Like quite a quite a few communities around it, it is located above sea level: 78 metres to be exact. The area of Preau lies close by. Preau is south of Fifth ...

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June 23rd, 2017

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A Day In The Life Of…Munroe Road/Charlieville

A Day In The Life Of…Munroe Road/Charlieville

The once densely populated agricultural land of Charlieville and Munroe Road has now become a hive of business activity in these areas. Charlieville is the northern most part of Chaguanas. The boundary stops as far south as Pierre Road on the western side of the highway, and

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June 18th, 2017

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A Day In The Life Of…Williamsville

A Day In The Life Of…Williamsville

The community derived its name from the owners of the lands on which the indentured labourers settled. This was after they had moved out from the barracks when their contractual obligations were completed. In 1948, lands under sugarcane cultivation and part of Williamsville ...

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June 12th, 2017

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The History of Matelot/Grande Riviere

The History of Matelot/Grande Riviere

Two the northern most areas of Trinidad are Matelot and Grande Riviere. Matelot was thought to have been named by the British in 1868 – it is French for sailor. In the early days of development, the village’s economy was fuelled by cocoa production until around 1920 when ...

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May 31st, 2017

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The History of Tunapuna

The History of Tunapuna

Tunapuna is one of the largest towns on the east-west corridor. It is one of the oldest-known settlements following the Cedula of Population by the Spanish King in 1783. Tunapuna, according to the Michael Anthony book Towns and Villages in Trinidad and Tobago, was the name ...

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May 26th, 2017

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The History of Gran Couva

The History of Gran Couva

Gran Couva is part of the Montserrat hills in the Central Range of Trinidad. It was first settled by a diverse group such as white and coloured Frenchmen, who came generally after the 1783 Cédula de Población. They fled to Trinidad from Grenada after bitter fights with the ...

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May 19th, 2017

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The History of Sangre Grande

The History of Sangre Grande

Sangre Grande proper as we know it today was not actually Sangre Grande.  The name was actually one that was forced on one of the older villages called Cunapo. According to the Michael Anthony book “Towns and Villages” it was in the year 1897 with the extension of the ...

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May 15th, 2017

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A Day In The Life Of Ste. Madeline

A Day In The Life Of Ste. Madeline

ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #1 ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #2 ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #3 ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #4 ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #5 ADITLO – Ste. Maldeline #6 The History of Ste. Madeline The first thing that comes to mind when you hear

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May 9th, 2017

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