lived throughout the.
The Taíno were an indigenous people of the Caribbean. At the time of European contact in the . Jamaica, Cuba (except for the western tip), and the Bahamian archipelago; and Eastern Taíno for those from the Virgin Islands to Montserrat.
The Taino culture encompassed all of the Virgin Islands including Tortola, St. John, St. Thomas and St. Croix, as well as the larger islands of Puerto Rico and the.
Four waves of pre-Columbian people settled in the Virgin Islands: the Ciboney, Igneri, Taino, and Kalinago peoples. Each group arrived in the Virgin Islands.
A new study finds close genetic links between ancient Taino and the U.S. Virgin Islands and the wider Caribbean – ever really went away.