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The French Antilles


French speaking islands Guadalupe, Martinique, Saint Martin, and Saint-Barthélémy
Original Peoples arawaks and caribs
Christopher Coloumbus discovered the pineapple
French Settlement settled in 1635, wiped out a large part of the native population, was seized by britian many times, 1815 it became French indefinitely, 1848 slavery abolshed
Ethnic groups Population mostly of African or mixed descent Europeans, Indians, Lebanese, Syrians, Chinese, and descendants of Carib Indians
Language and Religion French and Creole, Roman Catholic
Climate Tropical tempered by trade winds; moderately high humidity
Resources It has slowly been replaced by bananas (50% of exports), eggplant, yam, plantain, cocoa, pomegranate, many varieties of tropical fruits/vegetables and flowers use to be sugar cane and rhum dependent on france for imported foods
Created by: 100003503602709