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It is probable that pre-Ceramic peoples arrived from the south, having left the Orinoco River area of South America for Trinidad, and then moved up the Antillean chain. It is also likely, however, that other populations of lithic, hunting-and-gathering peoples entered from North and Central America. The remains of these Archaic fisher-foragers have been found at Jolly Beach, Long and Guiana (or Guana) islands, and a few other sites in Antigua. They were followed by Ceramic Age or Saladoid people who may possibly be connected to Arawakan speakers.
King 100 Nigeria, Robert A. Myers 101 Ecuador, David Corkhill 102 Uruguay, Henry Finch with the assistance of Alicia Casas de Barrán 103 Japan, Frank Joseph Shulman 104 Belgium, R. C. Riley 105 Macau, Richard Louis Edmonds 106 Philippines, Jim Richardson 107 Bulgaria, Richard J. Crampton 108 The Bahamas, Paul G. Boultbee 109 Peru, John Robert Fisher 110 Venezuela, D. A. G. Waddell 111 Dominican Republic, Kai Schoenhals 112 Colombia, Robert H. Davis 113 Taiwan, Wei-chin Lee 114 Switzerland, Heinz K.
Whether born free or manumitted, and despite the name, the free coloured were members of a legal category that included many phenotypes. There was also a wide range of wealth, education, and social status among them. At the upper levels, most were merchants or shopkeepers, although two free coloured men published the island's leading newspaper; a few free coloured owned slaves. A number were better educated than many of the white population. In addition to this élite, there were many artisans, Page xix including cabinetmakers, coachmakers, butchers, carpenters, and shoemakers; there were also teachers, tailors, and hucksters.