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3 edition of History Of Tobago found in the catalog.

History Of Tobago

by H. I. Woodcock

  • 111 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9576253M
    ISBN 100548375593
    ISBN 109780548375594

    A Complete History of the Island of Tobago (Robinson Crusoe Isle) in the West Indies, by C.R. Ottley. Colonial British Caribbean Newspapers, A Bibliography and Directory, compiled by Howard S. Pactor, Greenwood Press. This article was quite informative. I am an aspiring author and want to write a modern book set in Trinidad and Tobago; therefore, this information was helpful. Not only this, I am Trinidadian and a lot of this history is not taught in are lots of things I didn't know. I am excited to learn about the history behind my great nation.

    "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. This tour is a fantastic combination of a bit of sightseeing and learning about Tobago's Flora and Fauna. The Argyle waterfall is one of the main attractions on the island with the opportunity to swim in its beautiful pools. Tobago offers an incredible variety of birds and plants which you will learn about and see up close on this tour/ TripAdvisor reviews.

    Trinidad & Tobago. The first joint stamps were issued in (see picture on left). During World War I sheets of the 1/2d and 1d values were overprinted and sold to raise money for the Red Cross (1d only) and the War effort respectively, creating the well known Red Cross and War Tax overprints. Snapshots of the history of Trinidad and Tobago. Today Angelo launched his second book: A Walk Through Time: Snapshots of the History of Trinidad and Tobago, while surrounded by an audience of esteemed academics, dedicated teammates who helped bring the book to life, supporters and even Trinidad and Tobago’s President – Anthony Carmona.


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