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Anchor text: St. Thomas
Target Entity: Saint_Thomas\u002c_U\u002eS\u002e_Virgin_Islands
Preceding Context: The first recorded settlement of the Territory was by Arawak Indians who came from South America, in around 100 BC. However, there is some dispute about the dates. Some historians place it later, at around 200 AD, but they suggest that the Arawaks may have been preceded by the Ciboney Indians, who are thought to have settled in nearby
Succeeding Context: as early as 300 BC. There is some evidence of Amerindian presence on the islands as far back as 1500 BC, although there is little academic support for the idea of a permanent settlement on any of the current British Virgin Islands at that time.
Paragraph Title: Pre-Columbian settlement
Source Page: History of the British Virgin Islands

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