List of Eastern Caribbean people

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Listed below are people from the Eastern Caribbean, the Guianas, and the Bahamas. Because of the closeness of these countries, some people are listed under more than one heading. The following are not included: Cubans, Dominicans (from the Dominican Republic), Haitians, Jamaicans, or Puerto Ricans.

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Antigua and Barbuda[change | change source]

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Actors and Comedians[change | change source]

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The Bahamas[change | change source]

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Barbados[change | change source]

See also Barbadian people, People of Barbadian descent, List of Barbadian Americans, List of Barbadian Britons

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Mariners[change | change source]

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Dominica[change | change source]

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French Guiana[change | change source]

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Grenada[change | change source]

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Guadeloupe[change | change source]

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Guyana[change | change source]

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Martinique[change | change source]

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Netherlands Antilles and Aruba[change | change source]

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Saint Kitts and Nevis[change | change source]

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Saint Lucia[change | change source]

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[change | change source]

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Suriname[change | change source]

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Trinidad and Tobago[change | change source]

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Dancers[change | change source]

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United States Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands[change | change source]

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