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Posted by Alex Popp on Sunday, November 13, 2022 - 16:08

A map of the Peterloo MassacreWhile the names of the buildings are different today, this map still shows the places where modern day buildings are in relationship to the original size of St. Peter's Field.

Posted by Cari Gamlin on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 - 10:59
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Posted by Cari Gamlin on Monday, September 12, 2022 - 10:53

Located on the northern coast of South America, it's the smallest yet one of the most ethnically diverse areas in South America. Its country is mostly covered in lush, tropical rainforests with bountiful natural resources. Suriname was formerly known as Dutch Guiana French Guiana being the other Guiana which is to the east of Suriname. Guyane is west of Suriname. The Atlantic Ocean is to the north and Brazil to the south. Suriname was a plantation colony of the Netherlands. The country gained its independence on November 25th, 1975. Europeans learned of Suriname from Christopher Columbus who sighted it in 1498.

Indigenous Population, ethnic composition: The complex history of labor and colonialism heavily dictates ethnic breakdown. Indigenious groups: Carib, Arawak, Warao, Wayarekule, Tucayana, and Akurio. The area is named after the Indigenious group called Surinen were driven out of the area in the 16th...