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April 2, 1991

Montserrat stamps visitors’ passports with a shamrock, because it was settled by Irish Catholics fleeing religious persecution in nearby St. Kitts. It’s the only Caribbean island that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day as a public holiday. As of December 2020, Montserrat is one of the remaining 17 non-self-governing territories. The British acquired Montserrat in 1783.
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Montserrat

April 4, 1991

The view of Plymouth from Chance Peak. Plymouth is the capital of Montserrat, located on the southwest coast.
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Montserrat

April 4, 1991

Rick, Paul, Sean make it to the top. of Chance Peak in Montserrat
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Montserrat

April 3, 1991

Galway’s Soufriere, a boiling crater rising to an altitude of 1,700 ft.. I remember the smell of sulphur.
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Montserrat

April 2, 1991

Memorial in Plymouth, Montserrat.
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Eastern Caribbean

1990

a one-page summary of Peace Corps in the Eastern Caribbean
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Eastern Caribbean

1990

The other half of the Eastern Caribbean volunteers that began service in 1990.
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Eastern Caribbean

1990

Assignments for the Leeward Islands crew of my training group.
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Eastern Caribbean

1990

The last of three pages that I scanned from this article. It focuses on governments of the Eastern Caribbean.
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Eastern Caribbean

1990

A nice short overview of Caribbean geography and history from the Peace Corps in the Eastern Caribbean article.