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Taino People are descendant of the Arawaks who migrated out of the Orinoco Delta into the Caribbean, some 2000 years ago or more. The Taino, are related to the Arawak as one may be related as cousins. The Taino, are a seperate and distinct people with a history rich in our own unique culture. Traditional Jatibonicu Taino tribal homeland is composed of one very large central mountain territory. In the 1500's the Jatibonicu tribal homeland consisted of three villages known as Yucayeques (villages). These villages are known today as the local municipalities of Orocovis, Morovis, Barranquitas and Aibonito.
Jatibonicu Taino Tribe This Is An Official Tribal Government Web Site of Boriken Puerto Rico
Taino Inter-Tribal Council  
A Note on the Taino  
Taino Indians  
Taino Jewelry Prehistoric Cultural Jewelry in Gold & Silver
Taino Museum Unique and most complete collection of hand-crafted creations by the Taino Indian culture. You'll find over 200 pieces of artwork subdivided in 18 galleries.
The Taino Way Find out more about the Tainos- their daily lives, their different tribes and their ways of living.
The United Confederation of
Taíno People (UCTP)
Honouring Caribbean Indigenous Peoples:
Past, Present and Future
Dictionary Of The Spoken Taino Language Welcome To The First Edition of The Modern Taino Dictionary