Quincy F. Lettsome, Ph.D. Shares ‘Virgin Islands’ Cultural Heritage

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New book contains alphabetically arranged information relating to culture, heritage of Virgin Islands

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Quincy F. Lettsome, Ph.D., wanted to compile the history of the Virgin Islands. This prompted him in writing “Virgin Islands: An Alphabetical Heritage,” (published by Xlibris) which contain information about the culture and heritage of the Virgin Islands arranged in an order according to the conventional sequence of the alphabet.

The information and data in this book relate to many aspects of the cultural heritage of the Virgin Islands, or the British Virgin Islands. It highlights such aspects as historical, geographical, economical, social, cultural, constitutional and political facts. As would be seen, many of these events originated and evolved down the ages.

The information in this book has been collected over a period of some 35 years from 1965 to the year 2000. The manuscript is as enduring as the cultural heritage of the British Virgin Islands.

For Lettsome, it has been a joyous adventure exploring and revealing the culture and heritage of the Virgin Islands. He hopes readers will also enjoy reading this book as they explore and appreciate the unique and enduring cultural heritage of the Virgin Islands.

“Virgin Islands”
By Quincy F. Lettsome, PhD
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 322 pages | ISBN 9781514458839
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 322 pages | ISBN 9781514458846
E-Book | 322 pages | ISBN 9781514458822
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Quincy F. Lettsome, Ph.D., is a native of the British Virgin Islands where he received his early education. He began writing poems in 1956. He began his teaching career in 1961 and attended a college in Antigua. In 1969, he published “Virgin Verses 1: The Originals.” In 1972, he completed undergraduate studies at the New Castle University. In 1976, he published “Virgin Verses II: Selected Poems and Lyrics.” In 1977, he completed a M.Ed. degree in curriculum development at Manchester University. He worked in the education system of the Virgin Islands for over 40 years as principal of the Cane Garden Bay School and Road Town School, deputy principal of BVI High School and chief education officer, including president of the BVI Teachers Union for 18 years. He introduced the idea for World Teachers Day, in Geneva in 1982. In 1984, he published “Virgin Verses III: Sunlit Voices of Our Destiny.” In 1991, he completed a Ph.D. degree in curriculum development at Hull University. He has membership in the ‘Callaloo Poets’ and the ‘International Society of Poets.’ In 2004, the BVI Tourist Board launched his book, “Virgin Islands August Monday and Festivals.” He is now a consultant and has witnessed Virgin Verses evolved to be an extensive creative cluster which observed its Golden Jubilee in 2006 and 2007.

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