US expresses its condolences

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Title:
US expresses its condolences
Series Title:
Trinidad Guardian Reporting on Prime Minister, Dr. Eric Williams
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Trinidad Guardian
Publisher:
Trinidad Guardian
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
1981

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Williams, Eric Eustace, 1911-1981
Caribbean
Trinidad Guardian
Newspapers -- Caribbean
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Caribbean -- Trinidad -- Port of Spain

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
UF00078578
System ID:
UF00096003:00001

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Trinidad Guardian Reporting 1981 March 31
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U.S. expresses its condolences
THE V.S. STATE D-partnmct in "A reriowoed historian of the Caribbenn and
Washington, i a message to Trinidad andl former Professor at Howard University Dr.
TobhsO, on the death of Prime Minister Dr, Williams guided his country sccessfully
Eri Williams, stated yesterday: through its early years and leaves behind as his
"We have learned with regret of the dcati e Y legacy a prosperous and democratic country
Prime Minister Eric Wiliams of Trinidad m wch plays a constructive leadership role in
Tobago on March 9. the re2on.
"Dr. Williams, who had been Premier of his
coty from 1956 to 1962 and Prime Minist :r "Dr. WilliAms will be sorely missed and we
s e Independece in 1962, was one of t he wish to expires sincere condolences to the
uest-ser democratically elected Hea ds Governmen and People of Trinidad and
SGov t in the world. Tobago.











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U.S. expresses its condolences

THE U.S. STATE Department in Washington, in a message to Trinidad and Tobago, on the
death of Prime Minister, Dr. Eric Williams, stated yesterday:

'We have learned with regret of the death a Prime Minister Eric Williams of Trinidad and
Tobago on March 29.

"Dr. Williams, who had been Premier of his country from 1956 to 1962 and Prime Minister
since Independence in 1962, was one of the longest-serving democratically elected Heads
of Government in the world.

"A renowned historian of the Caribbean and former Professor at Howard University, Dr.
Williams guided his country successfully through its early years and leaves behind as his
legacy a prosperous and democratic country which plays a constructive leadership role in
the region.

"Dr. Williams will be sorely missed and we wish to express sincere condolences to the
Government and People of Trinidad and Tobago.


Trinidad Guardian Reporting 1981 March 31
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