Towns and Villages of Trinidad and Tobago
"This is a brief history of fifty-two of the towns and villages of Trinidad and Tobago. In some measure this work was undertaken out of a curiosity to look into the background of our various settlements to see how they first appeared on the Trinidad map, and to find out what led to their establishment"--Foreword.
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