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Jun 26, 2021

Black River

1). Who owns the Black River Mineral Spa? Answer: See response below 2). How large is this property? Answer: See below 3). What is the value for this

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Apr 26, 2021

Better Times

Was down with a friend tracing his family heritage in and around Appleton, St.Elizabeth. Whilst driving around the back end of the tourist entrance we

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Nov 20, 2020

Research on herbs and plants in Jamaica 1600-1700

Hello, Great website! I'm looking for history of herbs used in medicine, healing, magic, obeah, etc, and general native plants and herbs of 17th century

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May 30, 2020

Way back when review

I was looking for scenes of old Jamaica and specifically for a Macka Fat tree when I discovered this page. I loved it. Thank you. The picture labeled What

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May 30, 2020

Lacksley Castell, Hugh Mundell, Barrington Levy, Ini Kamoze, Junior Reid, Johnny Osbourne, Jimmy Cliff, Johnny Clarke, Yabby You, John Holt, Jacob Miller, etc

When you say best reggae singers, I'd want to think the best vocalists or the best voices in reggae more than anything esle, period! In that case, we have

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Mar 27, 2020

Better Times

Was down with a friend tracing his family heritage in and around Appleton, St.Elizabeth. Whilst driving around the back end of the tourist entrance we

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