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old tapia house

An old tapia house.most likely built as slaves and indentured labourers quarters.

Nadia Sanowar - Old Church, located in Mayaro, Trinidad, The Caribbean

Browse through images in Nadia Sanowar's Houses Of Worship & Religious Idols. Churches, Mosques, Temples, Synagogue etc

Old time building in Tobago

Old time building in Tobago Photo by Erik Gademan — National Geographic Your Shot

Trinidad & Tobago - what houses look like outside of Port of Spain

Trinidad & Tobago - what houses look like outside of Port of Spain

old colonial house look at all the fancy woodwork , nice.Trinidad and Tobago

old colonial house look at all the fancy woodwork , nice.Trinidad and Tobago

NEGRO PEASANT HUT, TRINIDAD 1899    After emancipation in 1834 thousands of ex-slaves walked off the sugar estates where they had been in bondage and squatted on crown lands, clearing the forest, selling charcoal and growing food crops. Naturally, this raised the ire of planters who were left without labour and the ‘evil’ of squatting in the Montserrat Hills was described in 1852 as follows:

NEGRO PEASANT HUT, TRINIDAD 1899 After emancipation in 1834 thousands of ex-slaves walked off the sugar estates where they had been in bondage and squatted on crown lands, clearing the forest, selling charcoal and growing food crops. Naturally, this ra

just any house in the country

Photo trinidad caribbean lesser antilles near cochrane country side wooden house on-stilts plants all-around the-house horizontal

2011    High St. San Fernando in 1887 (Penitence St. junction is on the left)  San Fernando was founded in 1786 as a town, initially in the area of St. Vincent St. and Chacon St. It was founded on the site of an old Indian mission dating from 1687. All the remaining Amerindians in the shadow of Mt. Naparima were herded into the Mission at Savana Grande (Princes Town).

San Fernando in 1887 (Penitence St. junction is on the left) San Fernando was founded in 1786 as a town, initially in the area of St. and Chacon St. It was founded on the site of an old Indian mission dating from All th

Frederick Street Port of Spain looking toward Woodford Sqaure. It's one of the saddest things that these old buildings were not preserved.

Frederick Street, Port of Spain, looking toward Woodford Square. About 1900 - Introduction to Trinidad and Tobago's Architecture

Queen's Hall, Civic Centre, St Ann's | by Striderv

Queen's Hall, Civic Centre, St Ann's by Striderv

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