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Caribbean History

Jost Van Dyke: Caribbean Jewel, Pirate Haven, and Island Paradise

Jost Van Dyke, a gem nestled in the embrace of the Caribbean Sea, boasts a history as rich and vibrant as its azure waters and powdery beaches. From its ancient indigenous inhabitants to the modern-day allure of tourism, the island’s narrative weaves a tapestry of exploration, colonization, piracy, and resilience. The story of Jost Van…

Salt Island: Caribbean Legacy of Salt Production and Maritime Tragedy

Salt Island is a small, uninhabited island located in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) in the Caribbean. Despite its size and lack of permanent residents, Salt Island holds a significant historical and cultural importance in the region. The island’s name itself reflects its historical connection to the production of salt, a commodity that played a…