The First Peoples
Anbanet is a repository of photographs, articles, videos and documentaries about the Caribbean Prehistory, the arrival of Europeans, the beginning of slavery and colonization of the Caribbean Islands.
The main directory features a collection of educational materials written by various authors about the Island of Antigua, the first of the British colonies to free all the slaves on the Island immediately after the abolishment of slavery in the Caribbean.
The files in the subdirectories are acquired resources from other websites that provide different perspectives on the histories of the caribbean. They contain links to external pages with additional information about the Caribbean pre-history, Its original peoples, societies, religion, music, art, and cultures.
Nations Bordering Countries
The Caribbean is much more than a chain of leeward and Winward islands. The territory includes the nations of Venezuela, Suriname, Belize, Guyana, and Cayenne.
These are the mainland bordering countries located on the coastline of Central and South America where you can still find small communities inhabited by local descendants of different ethnic groups of Amerindians, the Indigenous peoples of the Caribbean countries.
Are you a web designer in the Caribbean? Visit our web development archive for web development tips, tools and articles about the history of Html, Xhtml, Xml, Sgml, Dhtml and the new HTML5.
Islands Of The Caribbean
The Lesser Antilles are the smaller tropical islands of the Caribbean nations. They include the countries ofTrinidad and Tobago, Barbados, the Leeward and Windward Islands group.
Planing a vacation in the Caribbean? Get travel information, weather forecast, local news, activities and events from the Caribbean nations government websites.
- Caribbean University
- Objectives Of Caricom
- West Indies University
- Caribbean Flags
- Latest Caribbean News
Today, the Caribbean is inhabited by a diverse, multi-cultural, by-lingual population of descendants from the indigenous Carib and Arawak peoples, African slaves, and European settlers.
We Invite you to explore Anbanet repository for more histories of the caribbean articles, videos, and written documentaries about the countries, Islands, peoples, languages, and different cultures of the Caribbean.
Plants Herbs Spices
Tired of using manufactured drugs and medicine? Discover the natural healing powers and health benefits of a wide variety of sage salvia and other exotic plants, herbs and spices from the Caribbean and all around the world.