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The Caribbean Islands are complex and diverse, involving territorial acquisitions and political influence.

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European powers including Spain, France, England and the Netherlands established colonie

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The Spanish were the first to arrive when Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas in 1492.

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The United States incorporated several territories in the Caribbean during the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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In the Treaty of Paris (1898) following the Spanish–American War, the United States annexed Puerto Rico and the Philippines from Spain.

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The Caribbean has been an important source of immigration to the United States.

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The Caribbean diaspora has made significant contributions to American culture, particularly in areas such as music, cuisine

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It is important to note that the history of the Americas in the Caribbean is complex and varied.

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Each island has its own unique historical trajectory and relationship with the Americas.

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This overview provides a general understanding, but for a more detailed exploration of the individual islands.

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