Spaniards first, and Portugueses later, briefly claimed Barbados during 16th and 17th centuries but it was British governance that perdured the longest, making Barbados the only Caribbean island that did not change hands during the colonial period.
Inhabited since pre-columbian times by Arawakan speaking tribes the island was called originally Ichirouganaim meaning "Red land with white teeth" or "Redstone island with teeth outside", a reference to the white reefs (teeth) that surround the island.
All the papers used in this notebook are certified by FSC and PEFC, which means that they meet all requirements for sustainable forestry.MEASURES & MATERIALS
- Dimensions are 9x14 cm (3½″ x 5½″).
- 1 "Sunshine Yellow" 270g cover.
- 40 pages of Munken Polar 90g paper.
- One color 1225U letterpress printing.
- Available in light grey 5mm grid or blank pages.
- Staple binding for robustness.
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- 5-7 days for Europe.
- 10-15 days for USA and everywhere else.
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