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FASCINATING RIVERS OF GUYANA
The Magnificent Essequibo River
by Major General (retd) Joseph G Singh
Guyana, Land of Many Waters, owes its name to the abundance of rivers, tributaries, creeks, and wetlands. These along with the man-made canals have made and will continue to make an enormous impact on the development of Guyana and its people.
Rivers are natural arteries for movement and the establishment of early human settlements thousands of years ago on their banks and tributaries, provided the First Peoples of Guyana – the Amerindians, with the food security and means of communicating among themselves for trade and socialisation.
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