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FERDIE’S RESTAURANT SVG

Ferdie’s Footsteps Restaurant: Food That’s Worth The Wait 02/24/2017 09:06 am ET | Updated 3 hours ago KIRK WARDY Made to order. That’s the main focus at Ferdie’s Footsteps Restaurant on the island of St. Vincent. For the past 33…

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THE BRIGGS FAMILY

Basil Biggs moved from Baltimore, MD to Gettysburg in 1858. A teamster, Biggs moved north to seek a better education for his children. The Biggs family rented a farm west of Gettysburg and as the Confederate army moved into Pennsylvania,…

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THE AFRO-PERUVIAN REVOLT –

BY: NATASHA GREGG  THE AFRO-PERUVIAN REVOLT –   The first Africans arrived to Perú as slaves, sailors and soldiers amongst the conquistadors and were amongst troops that toppled the Inca Empire in 1533. As many white settlers from Spain arrived…

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BURIED AFRICAN-AMERICAN

NEW YORK’S BURIED AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY FLASHBACK WHY YOU SHOULD CARE New York City’s past is darker and more complicated than you might imagine. By Steven Butler THE DAILY DOSEJUN 13 2015 Buried last winter in an arctic blast, Minetta Street…

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  A New International Airport in St. Vincent and the Grenadines The Caribbean’s most anticipated airport project has finally come to fruition. The new Argyle International Airport on the island of St. Vincent receives its first-ever flights on Tuesday as the…

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GUATEMALA

Guatemala #120 (1902) GUATEMALA #120 (1902) The Republic of Guatemala (República de Guatemala), is a country in Central America bordered by Mexico to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize to the northeast, the Caribbean to…

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