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Thomas Hoepker - CARIBBEAN. Columbus Legacy.
BAHAMAS. Nassau, 1991. Colombus legacy. Sunset at dock.
DOMINICA. 1991. Trafalgar Water Falls.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Domnica Island. Trafalgar Water Falls.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Bahamas, Nassau. Giant Iguana in Nassau Zoo.
Dominica Island, 1991. Colombus Legacy. Rasta man with goat.
Dominica Island, 1991. Colombus Legacy. Carib Indian reservation.
Columbus legacy. Bahamas: sandbanks in ocean near Exuma island, seen from air.
CARIBBEAN. Dominica Island. 1991. Sunday school and Flamboyant trees.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Domnica Island. Indian River jungle tree.
Caribbean: Dominica Island beach
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Bahamas: San Salvador Island, site of first landing of Columbus.
Columbus legacy. Haiti: Dr. William Hodges, Columbus scientist in Limbe.
CARIBBEAN. Dominica Island. 1991. Indian boy with banana leaf umbrella in heavy rain.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Bahamas, Nassau. Crystal Palace Hotel of the Carnival group.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Bahamas, Nassau. Palm Isle off Nassau.
BAHAMAS. 1991. Aerial view of sandbanks near Exumma.
HAITI, Port au Prince, 1991. Colombus legacy. Man with funny hat in Cite Soleil slum.
HAITI, Bord de Mer Limonade, 1991. Colombus legacy. The site of Colombus' Navidad settlement.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Bahamas, Nassau. Spanish Galleon, Columbus style, for tourists.
Columbus legacy. Santo Domingo - labor camp for Haitiens at Palavee.
Dominica island, men resting in the Carib Indian reservation
Haiti. Man eating sugar cane in CitŽ Soleil slum in Port au Prince
Dominica Island, 1991. Colombus Legacy. Sunday church goers.
Columbus Legacy, Caribbean. Santo Domingo. Girls on a sunday in Palavee labor camp for Haitian immigrants.
Nassau, Bahamas, flamingo show in Botanical gardens
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