An Account of the Black Charaibs in the Island of St. Vincent's: With the Charaib Treaty of 1773, and Other Original Documents
Compiled from the original documents of Sir William Young who headed a commission to the island after it was annexed to Britain in 1763, this history shows an independent people in their struggle against the Red Charaibs and then against the British settlers.
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An Account of the Black Charaibs
Copy of the Declaration of Joseph Cbatoyer Chief of the Cbaraibs
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