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  Link   Boricuation Cultural Foundation
Boricuation Cultural Foundation is dedicated to educating the public on Puerto Rican history, culture & social issues affecting the Latino populace. With a focus on youth, the goal of the organization is to make positive change through action, educat
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  Link   A Note on Tainos: Whither Progress?
By José Barreiro, from Northeast Indian Quarterly, pp. 66-77 Fall, 1990
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  Link   Indigenous Peoples Literature
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  Link   Elementary & Junior High School Level Lesson Plans
Indigenous Peoples in Caribbean Prehistory: Elementary & Junior High School Level Lesson Plans This site presents notes and a curriculum on pre-colonial Caribbean Amerindians for Elementary & Junior High Schools
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  Link   Teaching Caribbean Prehistory
Background for the Teaching of Caribbean Prehistory by Emily R. Lundberg, March 1997.
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  Link   College Syllabus
College Level Ethnohistory and Archaeology of the Caribbean - Anthropology 384M (26575) by Prof. Samuel M. Wilson -- Fall 1998 EPS 2.140 (471-0057)
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  Link   Online Guide to Early Map Images of the Caribbean
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  Link   1700 - Archipelagus Americanus
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  Link   1562 Map of the Americas & the Caribbean by Diego Gutiérrez
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  Link   1550 Map of the Caribbean
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  Link   1544 Map of the Caribbean
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  Link   1524 Map of the Gulf of Mexico from Cortés Expedition
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  Link   1511 Early Map of Caribbean by Peter Martyr
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  Link   Carib-Spanish Dictionary
Carib-Spanish Dictionary, based on the original by Father Brenton
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  Link   UCTP Did You Know Files: Taino Facts
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  Link   Carib Heritage
Celebrate Carib Heritage
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  Link   The Amerindians of Trinidad & Tobago
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  Link   Camapign to Revoke Papal Bull
Revoking the Bull Inter Caetera of May 4, 1493
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  Link   Amerindian Story: Matamu and the Turtle
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  Link   Tribal Confederacy Treaty
Waitukubuli Treaty of Peace with the Carib Nation
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  Link   NY Boricua
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  Link   Taino Indians and the Jose Maria Cave
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  Link   Taino Petroglyphs
Tufa Coated Serpulid Mound in the Domincan Reublic: A unique substrate for Taino Indian Petroglyphs.
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  Link   Haitian Historical Archives
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  Link   Caribbean Archaeology
Haiti - Possible linkages to "Zombies & Taíno Practices" before Vodoun:
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  Link   Taíno Survival in the 21st Century Dominican Republic
Not Everyone Who Speaks Spanish is from Spain: Taíno Survival in the 21st Century Dominican Republic
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  Link   Tainos and El Museo Del Barrio
Various information ranging from there daily life and their leaders. To their spirtual beliefs and activities.
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  Link   Resource Directory
Directory of Resources for Research on Puerto Rico
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