Neo-Taíno nations are defined here as the assorted nations of the Caribbean islands, that together with the Taínos, were described on the arrival of European chroniclers or which arose after this historic record was established.
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“Ha, ha, my ship! thou mightiest well be taken now for the sea- chariot of the sun. Ho, ho! all ye nations before my prow, I bring the sun to ye! Yoke on the further billows ... I drive the sea!”
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