National Caribbean American History Month Factoid

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West Indians celebrating their culture in Brooklyn, NY at the annual West Indian American Labor Day carnival. (Hayden Roger Celestin image)

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 1, 2015: The ratio of Caribbean to African slaves in New York was put at three to one between 1715 and 1730. Of slaves introduced by New Yorkers between 1715 and 1741, the largest number came from Jamaica, followed by Africa, Barbados, and Antigua.

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National Caribbean American History Month Factoid

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West Indians celebrating their culture in Brooklyn, NY at the annual West Indian American Labor Day carnival. (Hayden Roger Celestin image)

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 1, 2015: The ratio of Caribbean to African slaves in New York was put at three to one between 1715 and 1730. Of slaves introduced by New Yorkers between 1715 and 1741, the largest number came from Jamaica, followed by Africa, Barbados, and Antigua.

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National Caribbean American History Month Factoid

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West Indians celebrating their culture in Brooklyn, NY at the annual West Indian American Labor Day carnival. (Hayden Roger Celestin image)

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 1, 2015: The ratio of Caribbean to African slaves in New York was put at three to one between 1715 and 1730. Of slaves introduced by New Yorkers between 1715 and 1741, the largest number came from Jamaica, followed by Africa, Barbados, and Antigua.

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