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My Garifuna -> Gari-History

Welcome to the Gari-History section of Garinet.com


Garifuna Clock - Reloj Garifuna      04/18/05

Garifuna Clock - Reloj Garifuna more...

'92 Convention in L.A. - Tribute to Pablo Lambey      08/23/03

Ah yes, July in Los Angeles, hot, steamy, broiling, and that was before the rioting, looting and burning caused by an unpopular, racially motivated verdict. more...

THE ORIGIN OF THE GARIFUNA      01/16/03

When someone says,“I am a Garifuna,” that person is acknowledging the fact that she/he has Carib, Arawak and African blood pumping from their heart and through their veins. more...

Delegates of the Carib Internationals Society attending Conference at Barranco, B.H., Dec., 1931      09/14/02

Many thanks to Mr. Clifford J. Palacio for submitting this very important piece of our history. more...

A CARIBBEAN VOCABULARY COMPILED IN 1666      07/05/02

This list of Garifuna words was compiled in St. Vincent (Yurumein) in 1666. Over the past three hundred years many of these words have undergone major changes and modifications, but Garifuna speakers of today still use many of them. more...

Garifuna Community      11/09/99

The Garifuna are people with their own history, culture, language, and traditions. more...

Garifuna Dance      10/08/99

From their African ancestors, they retain the Punta dance. more...

Garifuna Language      10/08/99

The Garifuna language is a derivation of several African, Indian and European languages and dialects. more...

Ancestral Heritage      10/08/99

The Garifuna people have assimilated and retained must of their culture from their ancestors. more...

Work and its Social Effects      06/09/99

For nearly 100 years, the Garifuna Men Dedicated Themselves to Agriculture, Woodwork (especially in the Felling of Honduran Hardwoods), and to working with bananas. more...

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