What Happened to the Tainos?

The Tains were the resident of the Bahamas within Pre-Columbian times. They also resided within the lesser Antilles. These people had massive populations in centered areas before the Spanish conquest of this region happened. Each center or town is said to have contained over 3,000 inhabitants each. Because of the Spanish conquest, as well as due to the fact that they were enemies with various tribes that resided along their regon’s borders, they were gradually pushed/focred towards northern regions of the nation. As one could thus suspect, due to the Europeans coming into the nation, many of the Tainos passed due to the influx of diseases such as smallpox as well as captivity by the Spanish.