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All his info can be found in;"A Struggle to Walk with Dignity-The TRUE story of a Jamaican-born Canadian" on the net. Total rubbish and condescending garbage by today's standards.The restrained Chinese, the clannish Indian..should make shrines for these ideas.Then act as if they had done nothing after I have asked them not to do the same thing many times before. Thomas is forgotten by his country Jamaica even though they say "OUT of MANY ONE" is it really so ? All this history has been recorded and is in the UK.
The specific times that they all make continual obvious efforts to do the things they know bother me.
My thanks to Canada; for saving my family contribution for the next generation, because the country of my birth Jamaica, has no interest in my life story of struggle. Examining individual household would give a better reflection but poorer families appears to be less united. Historyto be preserved for our students:visit HTTP:users.pullman.com/mitchelm/h.t.thomas book2For the information of Caribbean Readers, Historians, students & Authors.
All the truth and facts are now reveled about a great Jamaican Police Inspector, who has been totally forgotten by his country. The total family history of Jamaican Police Inspector Herbert Theodore Thomas, and his grandson author Gerald A.
This is some lost Jamaican history that Caribbean people should know about. Thomas was sent to the UK to be educated, and was one of a few Jamaicans at that time to given this opportunity. He has no experience of being a husband or a father.
Not all Jamaicans are black people, Jamaica is a very mixed race society. Thomas was a white Jamaican man who's parents arrived in Jamaica in 1754 as Moravian missionaries. He is a good neighbor, but a terrible "family" man.