Patricia Cleveland-Peck discovers the connnection between Scots, sloops and boatbuilding in the Caribbean
On Career Day this November 25, 2016 youngsters stopped by the Museum wearing the attire that identifies their chosen future profession.
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Former Attorney General of Grenada, Rohan Phillip gave an interesting and timely presentation at the Annual General Meeting of Carriacou Historical Society held April 19, 2016 at the Museum’s conference room on Paterson Street. Mr. Phillip provided an in-depth explanation of the three pieces of existing legislation dealing with the … Continue reading
February 26, 2016 marks the fortieth anniversary of Carriacou Historical Society. To commemorate this milestone, CHS has published a special edition magazine that celebrates forty years of ‘preserving the rich heritage of Carriacou and Petite Martinique for generations past, present and future.’ With generous support from our advertising sponsors, the 32-page … Continue reading
The original manuscript of 1784 Map of Carriacou by Walter Fenner is a gift from Mrs. Rowena Tindall to the people of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Mrs. Tindall unveiled the professionally restored map at a presentation at the Multi-Purpose Centre in Hillsborough on March 14, 2016. Accompanied by a … Continue reading
Become a Museum Volunteer: Every wednesday, volunteers continue to work at the Museum from 10AM to 12 noon to sort what the archeologists have found and many of the other museum collections. Volunteers do not need to have any previous Museum experience, just an interest in Carriacou’s History and a … Continue reading
Carriacou Historical Society has a new group called The Press. The Press has been formed to look at the website and newsletter. They meet each Tuesday or when necessary to discuss updates to the website and newsworthy items for inclusion in the newsletter.