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Going to market, Port of Spain, Trinidad

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Item: Title: Pitch Lake, Trinidad Photographer: Publisher: Publisher Year: ca 1920 Height: Width: 4 Media: gelatin silver print Color: b/w Country: Trinidad Town: Notes: For information about licensing this image, visit: THE CARIBBEAN PHOTO ARCHIVE Jamaica, Barbados, West Indies, Commonwealth, Trinidad Culture, Trinidad Carnival, Rio Carnival, Haiti, Islands In The Stream

Pitch Lake, Trinidad, ca 1910

Item: Title: Pitch Lake, Trinidad Photographer: Publisher: Publisher#: Year: ca 1920 Height: 4" Width: 4 1/4" Media: gelatin silver print Color: b/w Country: Trinidad Town: Notes: For information about licensing this image, visit: THE CARIBBEAN PHOTO ARCHIVE

Carnival Bats in Trinidad! Bat Bands first became popular . Halloween Fotos, Vintage Halloween Photos, Halloween Costumes, Halloween Fun, Creepy Vintage, Vintage Circus, Vintage Carnival, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

Carnival Bats in Trinidad! Bat Bands first became popular in Trinidad Carnival back in the 1920s. There were multi-coloured bat bands comprising many sections of masqueraders, and each section portrayed its own uniquely pigmented bat-costumed players; individual sections comprised yellow bats, green bats, pink bats, brown bats, albino bats, red bats, and black bats. This image of a Carnival Bat is from the early 1960s.

The Water riots in Port of Spain in 1903 led to the burning of the Red House and the destruction of valuable records. The fire last time How Beautiful, Beautiful Places, Drums Art, Port Of Spain, Nature Center, Small Island, Beautiful Buildings, Island Life, Trinidad And Tobago

The fire last time

Today marks the anniversary of the Water Riots of 1903, when the Red House was famously set on fire. What led to the riots? And what really happened to the Red House that day? One hundred and two years ago today, the Red House went up in flames, in

Don Antonio Gomez was a political exile from Venezuela and Assessor to Governor Sir Ralph Woodford of Trinidad. He was one of the top-ranking officials on the island. Around 1820 he acquired La Pastora estate, in the beautiful Santa Cruz valley, which Port Of Spain Trinidad, Trinidad And Tobago, Caribbean Art, Lost City, City Style, Beautiful Buildings, Island Life, Back In The Day, Grenada

The La Pastora Great House

Don Antonio Gomez was a political exile from Venezuela and Assessor to Governor Sir Ralph Woodford of Trinidad. He was one of the top-ranking officials on the island. Around 1820 he acquired La Pastora estate, in the beautiful Santa Cruz valley, which

We sometimes forget that before Tobago was a separate colony from Trinidad, responsible for its own affairs. A planter militia existed from 1770 as a control mechanism against slave uprisings. Drums Art, Historical Architecture, Trinidad And Tobago, Caribbean, Blood, The Past, Planters, Culture, Memories

Tobago linked to Trinidad by necessity

We sometimes forget that before 1889, Tobago was a separate colony from Trinidad, responsible for its own affairs. A planter militia existed from 1770 as a control mechanism against slave uprisings. Every white male over 21 was required to join the

Caption on reverse side states "The Royal Botanic Gardens are situated on the North side of the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain. These gardens are over a hundred years old and abound in beautiful and interesting plants from all parts of the tropics. Family Origin, Indian Garden, Drums Art, Port Of Spain, West Indian, Local History, Vintage Postcards, Botanical Gardens, Trinidad And Tobago

Bay Tree Avenue, Royal Botanic Gardens, Trinidad

Caption on reverse side states "The Royal Botanic Gardens are situated on the North side of the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain. These gardens are over a hundred years old and abound in beautiful and interesting plants from all parts of the tropics."

What an East Indian Indentured Servant's pass to British Guiana (Guyana) looked like, back in the early (fr Andrew Jeffrey's photos) British Guiana, Drums Art, Black History Facts, Ancestry, Thesis, Trinidad And Tobago, Jamaica, Genealogy, Caribbean

What an East Indian Indentured Servant's pass to British Guiana (Guyana) looked like, back in the early 1900s (fr Andrew Jeffrey's photos)