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Géographie; Nature et climat; Démographie;
Guerres; Culture ; La musique; Politique; Partis politiques ; La
défense; Mouvements de paix; Religion; Conditions sociales ;
Éducation; Économie et commerce des armes
Geography: Dominica is a tropical poor North American island
state and republic between the French islands of Guadeloupe and
Martinique in the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean sea. Dominica is
part of the east cariban Islands and the Leeward Islands.
The British Leeward Islands was a British colony existing
between 1833 and 1960, and consisting of Antigua, Barbuda, the
British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla,
and (to 1940) Dominica. The colony became known as the Federal
Colony of the Leeward Islands from 1871 to 1956 and was absorbed
into the West Indies Federation 1958-1962.
The history of the island of Dominica : Containing a
description of its situation, extent, climate, mountains, rivers,
natural productions, &c. &c. Together with an account of
the civil government, trade, laws, customs, and manners, of the
different inhabitants of that island. Its conquest by the French,
and restoration to the British dominions. (1791).
Blome, Richard: The present state of His Majesties isles and
territories in America [microfilm] : viz, Jamaica, Barbadoes, S.
Christophers, Mevis, Antego, S. Vincent, Dominica, New Jersey,
Pensilvanie, Monserat, Anguilla, Bermudas, Carolina, Virginia,
New-England, Tobago, New-Found-Land, Mary-Land, New-York : with new
maps of every place, together with astronomical tables ... and how
to make sun-dials fitting for all those places (1687).