During the migration west, most family members (young and old) who could walk would have to travel most or all of the route on foot next to the covered wagon. All of their household belongings would fill the bed of the wagon in order for the family to start a new life where ever they settled. This rare photo shows a wagon train traveling west toward a new life. Wow!
Luminous Lagoon Montego Bay, Jamaica. The microbes in the water react at night time to create the glow
Colonialism in action. A British merchant being carried by a Sikkimese woman. West Bengal, ca. 1903.
While this shows the Market Exchange at the south-west corner of Duke and Harbour Streets in Kingston. These photographs will go under the hammer next week, with an estimated valeuie for between £3000-5000. <ul> <li>The auction will take place on December 4. See here for more information on the auction lot </li> </ul>
Ironically cut off your dreadlocks, you will never reach this level.
Earthquake Devastation, Kingston, Jamaica, 1907 In 1907, 800 people died in an earthquake known as the 1907 Kingston earthquake, destroying nearly all the historical buildings south of Parade in the city. That was when a restriction of no more than 60 feet (18 m) was instated on buildings in the central business district.