Low cost top-quality Posters - PR History and Major Events - The Taino in us Poster Printify
Low cost top-quality Posters - PR History and Major Events - The Taino in us Poster Printify

Low cost top-quality Posters - PR History and Major Events - The Taino in us

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Posters - PR History and Major Events - The Taino in us

Image - we now celebrate our Taino heritage and are proud of it!

So much of use and the way we are is because of this unique heritage,
and our mix of cultures from Africa, Spain and Tainos (or Amazon).

The Taíno were an indigenous people of the Caribbean.
At the time of European contact in the late fifteenth century,
they were the principal inhabitants of most of:
  • Puerto Rico
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Haiti
  • Jamaica
  • The Bahamas and
  • Northern Lesser Antilles.

The Taíno were the first New World peoples to be encountered
by Christopher Columbus during his 1492 voyage.

They spoke the Taíno language, an Arawakan language.

The ancestors of the Taíno originated in South America.

Taíno groups were in conflict with the Island Caribs of
the southern Lesser Antilles.

Taíno staples included vegetables, fruit, meat, and fish.
The Taíno people became very skilled fishermen.

Taíno groups in the more developed islands, such as Puerto Rico
relied more on agriculture such as yuca, corn and batata, and
simple clearings created by slash and burn technique - like today!


Note: Please inform us of any suggested events or person you believe should be
included in this section of PR History and major events - we surely have
missed many. Help us to have a fair coverage of our history! Our contact email:
raul@recordandoyunque.store with heading  like 'PR history - suggested events'


The True history of PR, our Culture, Sports and Arts to color your walls!!!

No more boring walls to stare at - surprise your friends!

No more fake art to spoil your walls and view.

No Chinese or Macy's boring artwork!

About the poster:

.: 264 gsm fine art paper
.: Multiple sizes
.: For indoor use

Image credit: Wikipedia, web or Pinterest sources.