History

Emperor Haile Selassie's Visit to Jamaica - April 21 1966

Haile Selassie visited Jamaica on Thursday, April 21, 1966. Some 100,000 Rastafari from all over Jamaica descended on Palisadoes Airport...

The Constant Spring Tramcar

The Constant Spring Tramcar, going up King Street, with the Supreme Court on its right, Kingston, Jamaica,

How The Indians Came to Jamaica

Approximately 92,500 Indians live in Jamaica today, and counting maintaining their own cultural organizations and roots but assimilated...

Maroons museum and traditional artifacts in Accompong town.

The Maroons of today are descended from peoples brought from Africa by the Spanish during their occupation of the island from 1494...

History of Roots Tonic : Jamaica's Cure All Drink | Documentary

Jamaica's Cure All Drink 'Roots Tonic' | Documentary 'I Never Knew Tv' is proud to present our second documentary exploring Jamaica's...

Sister Farika's Maroon Story

Historian, Author, Journalist Sister Farika monologue on the Jamaican Maroon. The Jamaican Maroons were runaway slaves who fought...

The Jamaica Archives & Records Department

The Jamaica Archives and Records Department had its beginnings in the Island Secretary’s Office (ISO) established in 1659 as the administrative...

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