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    Quote Originally Posted by El Andullero View Post
    Thing is, even though they were latecomers, the Taino would be the most advanced group to ever set foot on the Greater Antilles, cuz' the other groups, specially the mainly Cuban based Guanahatabey, were barely above cavemen level.
    Also hunter-gatherers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Andullero View Post
    Thing is, even though they were latecomers, the Taino would be the most advanced group to ever set foot on the Greater Antilles, cuz' the other groups, specially the mainly Cuban based Guanahatabey, were barely above cavemen level.
    What about the Caribs who almost killed all the Arawak/Tainos and took the Arawak women for themselves. Man Carib guys loved Arawak/Taino women!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibarodepr View Post
    A way to know taino ancestry is by family tradition and food, in my family we use to sleep in hammocks and ate yucca and yautia and marota(maize), I don't think other Indians ate thse foods(perhaps caribs)
    In South America Indigenous ppls still make hammocks. Yes we eat yuca too. Not to mention maiz, Colombian cuisine is filled with maiz ingredients. You heard of arepas right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    What about the Caribs who almost killed all the Arawak/Tainos and took the Arawak women for themselves. Man Carib guys loved Arawak/Taino women!
    Well, they were the most near them, they did it fur survivla of their lineage and tribe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    In South America Indigenous ppls still make hammocks. Yes we eat yuca too. Not to mention maiz, Colombian cuisine is filled with maiz ingredients. You heard of arepas right?
    Yes, and I had eat them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibarodepr View Post
    Well, they were the most near them, they did it fur survivla of their lineage and tribe.
    See so you might be part Carib! That's why the region is called the Caribbean and not the Arawakian or Taino because the Caribs were the last dominant group in the region before the Euros came in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    See so you might be part Carib! That's why the region is called the Caribbean and not the Arawakian or Taino because the Caribs were the last dominant group in the region before the Euros came in.
    Probably of Carib slaves, but PR Taino resisted Carib invasion as they were more in number and they learned to fight by the cosntant battles with Caribs.I only know I have some indigenous ancestry, but don't know it form the Taino or Carib.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    What about the Caribs who almost killed all the Arawak/Tainos and took the Arawak women for themselves. Man Carib guys loved Arawak/Taino women![COLOR="Silver"]
    While the Caribs were more warlike, the Taino were more advanced than them by the fact that their agrarian practices allowed them to sustain a larger population. It wouldn't have been posible for the Caribs to survive long in Hispaniola without hunting all its animal species into extinction, and even so, they wouldn't have been capable of expanding their population as much as the Taino did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    What about the Caribs who almost killed all the Arawak/Tainos and took the Arawak women for themselves. Man Carib guys loved Arawak/Taino women!

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    In South America Indigenous ppls still make hammocks. Yes we eat yuca too. Not to mention maiz, Colombian cuisine is filled with maiz ingredients. You heard of arepas right?
    maiz, yuca is a native food all over the americas,

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Andullero View Post
    While the Caribs were more warlike, the Taino were more advanced than them by the fact that their agrarian practices allowed them to sustain a larger population. It wouldn't have been posible for the Caribs to survive long in Hispaniola without hunting all its animal species into extinction, and even so, they wouldn't have been capable of expanding their population as much as the Taino did.
    Well, taino exterminated the Jutia and other animals that were abundant in PR that now are extinct, but caribs were more like to do it faster, as they weren't agriculturists I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuetlachtli57 View Post
    maiz, yuca is a native food all over the americas,
    But not the hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Andullero View Post
    While the Caribs were more warlike, the Taino were more advanced than them by the fact that their agrarian practices allowed them to sustain a larger population. It wouldn't have been posible for the Caribs to survive long in Hispaniola without hunting all its animal species into extinction, and even so, they wouldn't have been capable of expanding their population as much as the Taino did.
    It's interesting how the Eastern/Southern Caribbean still has Carib descendants like Dominica for example. Also the Garifuna's other name was the Black Caribs and they were deported from St Vincent while the Red Caribs could stay.

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