Where are the tainos now?

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The Taíno were an Arawak people who were the indigenous people of the Caribbean and Florida. ... (out of what is now South America) ...
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Positive: 52 %
The Taíno Indians, ... Now, I have traveled throughout the island of Boriquén on a number of occasions and have a fairly good understanding of Puerto ...
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The Taino people living in the mountainous regions of the Caribbean Islands faced economic hardship. ... Now ask me, "Do I love this white man named Colón?"
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Puerto Rico 1924. Not a member? Sign up Now ... linguists and anthropologists now hold that the term Taíno should refer to all the Taíno/Arawak tribes ...
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Now a grandmother herself, ... When 62% have taino mtDNA, the probablility that none of them have any taino blood in next to 0. Now, ...
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Positive: 33 %
The Tainos in 1491: Population: about 3.5 million, ... Even now, It doesn’t even sound strange to a lot of people in the Americas, ...
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