The Caribbean Genealogy Library, as its name implies, is a library to research your Caribbean family history. The folks that have worked with me there and remotely are very helpful and patient and they have lots of good resources there, many of which are only at this library. We had a pretty extended power outage one of the 2 days I was at the library which I understand is common on island so I would suggest planning on spending a day or days there. There's a nice restaurant, Randy's Bistro, close by which is nice when you need a break for lunch. Know specifically what you want to research, bring your notes, paper, writing instrument, and patience. I wish I could have spent much more time there. (note: I visited in about May'10 but TripAdvisor's date choices didn't go back that far.) The people that staff the library are volunteers, the library naturally has operating expenses, and membership gets you unlimited access to the library and its resources for a year so you really ought to become a member whether or not you get to visit the library in person.
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