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Dutch West Indies

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  • proper noun The Netherlands Antilles

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  • Formerly known as the Dutch West Indies and Netherlands West Indies, they are divided into two groups.

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  • The territory, once called the Dutch West Indies, became the semi-autonomous Netherlands Antilles in 1954.

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  • Author's Bio: Manfred Wolf grew up in the Netherlands and in the Dutch West Indies, and came to the U.S. at seventeen.

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  • Manfred Wolf grew up in the Netherlands and in the Dutch West Indies, and came to the U.S. at seventeen.

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  • In 1635, the Dutch West Indies company hired a special overseer to supervise the work of "the Negroes belonging to the company."

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  • Spain, Italy, Portugal, and the British and Dutch West Indies; during the war, on account of ship shortage, they were confined chiefly to the

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  • At Maracaibo it is taken by ocean vessel, which either carries it direct to New York or to Curaçao, Dutch West Indies, where it is transhipped to steamers plying between New York and Curaçao.

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  • Falmouth to Calcutta in 113 days; and in 1828, the Curacoa made the voyage between Holland and the Dutch West Indies.

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  • The other books on the shortlist included "Snowdrops," by A.D. Miller, a debut crime novel of greed, murder and morality in Moscow; "Pigeon English," by Stephen Kelman, a novel that examines issues of urban poverty and violence from the perspective of a charming, inquisitive child in a London housing project; and "Jamrach's Menagerie" by Carol Birch, an atmospheric historical novel that follows two boys on a sea expedition to the Dutch West Indies.

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  • MANUEL CARLOS PIAR, Venezuelan general and rival of Bolívar, was born in Curaçao, Dutch West Indies.

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