Vincentian French Creole (St. Vincent and the Grenadines French Creole)

Vincentian French Creole is a French creole found in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This creole has been little studied and very little sources exist on it. From primary sources of Afropedea, speaking to natives of St. Vincent, the creole can be found in the northern tip of the island--Fancy , Owia. The northern tip is only 21 miles from St. Lucia. It seems to be in a state of complete decline. Vincentian English Creole is the pre-dominant language of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The French settled the island in 1719 and the British took complete control in 1763. 

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