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Island Carib

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Dominica's Carib Indians and tourism

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Carib / Kalinago Territory on Dominica

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WHICH LANGUAGE OUR ANCESTORS SPOKE

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Carib Chief: First Peoples Remains An Ethnic Group In National Census

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MINISTER CALLS FOR KALINAGO LANGUAGE TO BE IMPLEMENTED AT SCHOOLS WITHIN THE TERRITORY

Island Carib, also known as Igneri, was an Arawakan language historically spoken by the Island Caribs of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean. Island Carib proper became extinct about 1920, but an offshoot survives as Garifuna, primarily in Central America.
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