Monument to 1823 martyrs should be at insurrection site – ACDA

ACDA  says while it is pleased that plans are underway to memorialize the 1823 martyrs it is puzzled about why the monument is not being erected at the site of the insurrection; Parade Ground.

“The only location that follows the historical path for the erection of an 1823 monument is the selfsame Military Parade Ground where in 1823 those ancestors of the Guyanese population who had risen their voices demanding” their freedom “clashed with the British army, local planter class Militia and its West India regiment auxiliaries.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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