physical geog of the caribbean

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They also contributed to the Spanish language by adding on some words like caney, conuco among other words. The Caribs were fierce, proud and dignified people who were probably more like the Arawaks. They were closely affiliated culturally and indeed the Carib island society recruited its female members from the neighboring Arawaks...
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Carib houses tended to be small, wooden-framed structures and unlike the Arawaks, the Carib villages didnít have ceremonial ball courts and instead the fireplace served the function of ceremonial center and social gathering place.
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