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Cooperage 1778 In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries British warships, transports and supply ships came and went in Gros Islet Bay and were refitted and resupplied at Pigeon Island. Barrels were the containers of the day. They we…
This stone was laid by his Grace Archbishop Kelvin Felix D.D.16th December 1993, to commemorate the centenary of theblessing of these bells by Archbishop Flood. In faith and celebration this new belfrywas built by the community with supportfrom th…
The Right HonorableSir John George Melvin ComptonSaint Lucia's First Primer Minister&Champion of Caribbean Integration1925-2007
Simon Bolivar1783-1830Liberator of Venezuela,Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Panamaand founder of Bolivia. To Saint Lucia on occasion of the bicentenary of hisbirth from the people and government of Venezuela1983
The "Cannon" at Walcott PlaceReclaiming our history....The intersections of Chaussee Rd., Chisel St. and Mary-Ann St form this tiny rectangular "island" green. For many years, this place has been known as the "Cannon." One immediately im…
Choc Bay War CemeteryCommonwealth War GraveThe men in whose memory this group of headstones has been set up gave their lives in the service of their country and were buried in this cemetery
Jean Baptiste Bideauc. 1770-1817Born at Desruisseaux in Saint LuciaA sea captain who dedicated his life to freedom and heroically saved the life ofSimon Bolivar
Born in Saint Lucia June 7, 1916Pioneer of the Trade Union Movement 1946.Founding Father of the Saint Lucia Labour Party October 1950.First Minister of Education and Social Services March 1, 1956.First Chief Minister of Saint Lucia January 1, 1960…
Official Residence of theGovernor-GeneralDesigned byMr. C. MesservyColonial EngineerFoundation stone laid October 15, 1894Smaller marker:This plaque was unveiledbyHRH The Duke of York KCVO, ADCon the22nd February 2004in commemoration of the25th An…
Born in St Lucia January 23, 1915Nobel Prizefor Economics - 1979"A country without the Artsis a cultural desert"1971 Graduation Address,U.W.I. Cave HillDied June 15, 1991.