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A neighborhood of small streets and small houses, it was first

laid out in the 1700s as the residential area for a growing

class of `free coloreds`, a middle class of artisans, clerks

and shopkeepers. You'll find a row of Rastafarian shops along

the first block and a restaurant that sells pate, and a delicious turn-over type pastry stuffed

with meat or vegetables.

Location: General Gade, Charlotte Amalie

Other History nearby:
(Charlotte Amalie) Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul
(Cruz Bay) Elaine Ione Sprauve Library and Museum
(Vieques) Forte Conde de Mirasol Museum
(Vieques) Puerto Diablo
(Charlotte Amalie) Savan

11/26 Coming to The Charlotte Amalie area