1. "We all know that before Africans were brought to Haiti (or St. Domingue as it was called then), there lived a nations of people. Do you know who they were? They were known as the Arawaks and the Caribs. In those days, Haiti and the modern-day Dominican Republic were divided into five tribes, or kingdoms if you will: the Marien (Guacanagaric), the Magua (presided over by Chief Guarionex), Maguana (ruled by Chief Caonabo), Xaragua (presided by Chief Bohechio), and Hyguey (presided over by Chief Cotubanama) ."
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    "We all know that before Africans were brought to Haiti (or St. Domingue as it was called then), there lived a nations of people. Do you know who they were? They were known as the Arawaks and the Caribs. In those days, Haiti and the modern-day Dominican Republic were divided into five tribes, or kingdoms if you will: the Marien (Guacanagaric), the Magua (presided over by Chief Guarionex), Maguana (ruled by Chief Caonabo), Xaragua (presided by Chief Bohechio), and Hyguey (presided over by Chief Cotubanama) ."

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    (via Haiti History 101: Guacanagaric, Anacaona and Caonabo or The Story of the First Haitians, Part 1 :: Kreyolicious.com)

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