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White Barbadian

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

White Barbadians
Total population
20,000
Languages
English, Bajan Creole, Portuguese
Religion
Christianity
(Catholicism, Protestantism)
Related ethnic groups
English, Scottish, Irish, Portuguese

White Barbadians or European Barbadians are Barbadian citizens or residents of European descent. The majority of European Barbadians are descended from English, Portuguese, and Scottish settlers and Irish forced indentured servants and transported prisoners[1], who arrived during the British colonial period. Other European groups consisted of the French, Germans, Austrians, Spaniards, Italians, and Russians. In addition, some of those considered to be European Barbadians are of partial black ancestry and vice versa. CIA World Factbook estimates that there are some 20,000 white Barbadians in the country.[2]

At first, Indigenous constituted the majority of the Barbadian population. Post-colonization Europeans constituted the majority, with the island being used as a penal colony much as Australia would be later, until the transition of the Barbadian economy to one based on sugarcane production; importation of African slaves to the island altered the demographics of the island, making European Barbadians a minority. During much of the colonial period, whites formed the island's political and economic elite. Since independence from Britain in 1966 when most European Barbadians left for the United Kingdom, most political power has shifted to the black majority; however, whites still retain significant economic influence, with many businesses on the island being owned by European Barbadians.[3]

Among European Barbadians, there exists an underclass known as redlegs; the descendants of indentured servants, and prisoners imported to the island, redlegs have historically formed a disadvantaged group within Barbadian society.[4][5]

Notable European Barbadians

See also

References

  1. ^ "Article" (PDF). colorado.edu.
  2. ^ "The World Factbook". CIA.
  3. ^ "Government of Barbados History". Government of Barbados.
  4. ^ "The Times – UK News, World News and Opinion". The Times.
  5. ^ "The Abbreviated History Of Barbados". Government of Barbados.
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