The Lighthouses of Northern Trinidad: Beacons of Built Heritage

The Lighthouses of Northern Trinidad: Beacons of Built Heritage

Written by Catherine Serrant, Research Assistant, National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago In the distance a tall tower looms. Its ...
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Can Archaeology settle the debate about cannibalism in the pre-Columbian Caribbean?

Can Archaeology settle the debate about cannibalism in the pre-Columbian Caribbean?

Written by Chike Pilgrim   Image 1: A 1557 depiction by Theodor de Bry shows alleged acts of cannibalism among ...
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When Carnival was Cancelled

When Carnival was Cancelled

Written by Maya Doyle, Research Officer, National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago Band of the Year: Back to Africa (Source: ...
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History of The Siparia Railway 1913 – 1965

History of The Siparia Railway 1913 – 1965

Written By Glen Beadon STATISTICS: Extension: San Fernando to Siparia 16 Miles 5 chains Initial 1910 Estimate for construction: £141,891 ...
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Heading East : Arima's Heritage

Heading East : Arima’s Heritage

By Catherine Serrant, Research Assistant, National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago Being a Research Assistant for the National Trust definitely ...
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The Parang Heritage Connection

The Parang Heritage Connection

A look at how parang connects us to various aspects of the heritage of Trinidad and Tobago ...
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