Fort King George, Scarborough, Tobago

Of all the forts of Tobago this must be not only the biggest one, but also the one with the widest view. No wonder it was chosen to place a fort.  Read the history of Tobago to get an idea what went on at this location. And if you’re not interested in history you can […]

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Historical Maps of Tobago

The next map is not specific for Tobago but for the West Indies as a whole

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In need of sympathetic restoration | Trinidad Guardian – Mobile

Scarborough Court House… Published: Sunday, April 29, 2012 The first real organised governance of Tobago began when British Lt Governor Alexander Brown landed in King’s Bay on November 12, 1764, where he was greeted with a guard of honour. At the point in time, the capital was at Studley Park, in a settlement called Georgetown […]

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