James Blake Wiener
published on 14 March 2012
The Taíno were the first people in the Americas to greet Christopher Columbus and yet, within only two generations, they all but disappeared from Hispaniola, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Cuba, and the Bahamas. Or did they? New evidence has emerged suggesting that the Taíno survived the Spanish conquest and maintained a sophisticated and self-sufficient culture thousands of years before the Voyages of Discovery. In October 2011, the Smithsonian Magazine contained an article with the latest research and theories about these mysterious and captivating people. Please click here to learn more and access the article.
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