Carib Indian


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a member of an American Indian peoples of northeastern South America and the Lesser Antilles

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There also are a few white descendants of English colonists, as well as some East Indians, Carib Indians, and a sizable minority of mixed race.
Carib Indians aggressively prevented European settlement on St.
According to various accounts, the Africans who survived the wreck were either welcomed by the Carib Indians who inhabited the island or enslaved by them.
This dry flatbread called ariba is made from the root of the cassava--a shrubby plant grown as a food source in the tropics--and is a legacy of the Carib Indians.
Originally the home of the Carib Indians - who gave their name to the region - it offers activities such as snorkelling and windsurfing.
It includes an adventure tour with Carib Indians to the film set.
Originally populated by native Carib indians, the island was colonized by the British in 1623 and now offers visitors a wide variety of vacation activities including hiking through the tropical rainforest, riding the scenic railway that connects the island's sugar plantations, touring Brimstone Hill Fortress, the only man-made UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Eastern Caribbean, and the more traditional vacation pastimes such as watersports, golf, shopping, tennis, gourmet dining, gaming at St.
Bouton, who assesses the dismal prospects for conversion of African slaves in six pages, devotes two entire chapters to the Carib Indians.
By contrast, the Carib Indians constituted a more familiar missionary problematic: a "heathen" people, with a shared language and relatively intact social structure.
An old bush Negro showed him a magic stone and a bone he had found; the stone had been engraved by the Carib Indians.
Also planned were a World Creole Music Festival and a Heritage Day, to celebrate the tiny island's culture that draws its diversity from the descendants of African slaves, European and Middle Eastern settlers and the Eastern Caribbean's only surviving population of indigenous Carib Indians.
THERE is a legend among the old Carib Indians, who used to inhabit what is now the Caribbean winter playground of sun-and-rum lovers, that when someone knew his time was up he'd set sail for Tobago.
THE SIGHT OF SAINT VINCENT TODAY, BY SEA OR BY AIR, IS LITTLE CHANGED FROM WHAT THE CIBONEY, AND LATER THE ARAWAK AND CARIB INDIANS, SAW NEARLY SIX THOUSAND YEARS AGO: A MOUNTAINOUS TROPICAL ISLAND, BURSTING WITH VEGETATION, RINGED WITH VOLCANIC BLACK-SAND BEACHES AND SURROUNDED BY SEAS OF BRILLIANT TURQUOISE.
THERE is a legend among the old Carib Indians, who used to inhabit what is now the winter playground of sun-and-rum lovers, that when someone knew his time was up he would set sail for Tobago.