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Caribbean Culture

Caribbean Culture

Greg Molenda

on 14 April 2014

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Transcript of Caribbean Culture

Caribbean Culture Languages Food Early History English Creole English Creole French Spanish Antigua and Barbuda
Trinidad and Tobago Saint Kitts and Nevis
Bahamas Haiti
Saint Lucia Cuba
Puerto Rico
Dominican Republic influenced by foods from African slaves fresh foods curry brought by people from India after slavery ended Columbus sailed into the Caribbean Sea from Spain in 1492. Spain began establishing colonies. English, French, Dutch, and Danish established colonies. Eurpeans started sugar plantations.
They brought slaves from Africa to work in the fields. Haiti won independence from France in 1804.

Cuba and the Dominican Republic also won indepence in the next 100 years.

Most of the other countries in the Caribbean did not win independence until after World War II.

Some islands remain possessions of other countries.
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