Race Relations In Colonial Trinidad 1870-1900

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Race Relations In Colonial Trinidad 1870-1900

Race Relations in Colonial Trinidad 1870-1900

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About Race Relations in Colonial Trinidad 1870-1900: French Creoles maintained ties with European governments. Several of the most prominent were awarded national honours by France. Hypolite Borde and F.J Scott were Chevaliers de la L├ęgion d' Honneur. Read it online: Source 4g

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