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I understand that ideologies, governmental structures, and cultures differ, but I always start from the premise that, at birth, people are more similar to each other than they are dissimilar. I conclude this based on science. But it is to say that history matters. For example, in the U. Costa Rica has 7 provinces , which are broken down into 81 cantons. Within those 81 cantons lie districts. At long last, I found crime statistics. As we all know, however, statistics can be tricky. As I read further, however, I realized the robbery actually involved her trying to buy drugs from a shady character at 2: In other words, they were mainly repeating what they had heard about it from others.
The indigenous Bribri people populated the region for at least 10, years before Europeans eventually made their way there. In , a hurricane forced Christopher Columbus to anchor his damaged ships off the coast of Costa Rica on Uvita Island.
Then, in , the Costa Rican government determined it could sell more coffee, its main export crop, if it could open an Atlantic port. Thereafter, ships would be able to go back and forth to Europe from Costa Rica with relative ease. The problem, however, was that a railroad would need to be built to transport the crops from the San Jose area, where the coffee beans grew, to this new Atlantic port. The Costa Rican government contracted with a U.
Although he died during its construction, the railroad was completed by his nephew, Minor C. To help fund the project, Keith set up banana plantations alongside the tracks. These banana plantations, which were initially somewhat of an afterthought, would eventually become the United Fruit Company, which many years later turned into Chiquita Brands International. As for the railroad itself, the construction of it proved to be enormously challenging.
Costa Rican, Chinese, and Italian laborers fought torrential rains, thick jungle, and tropical diseases as they worked. As a result, the Jungle Train is now a distant memory. Until , not only did the Costa Rican government not recognize these Afro-Caribbeans as citizens, it restricted their movement.