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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO'S INDEPENDENCE

MS DRAYTON

STUDENTS MUST FIND WORDS BASED ON CLUES WHICH REFER TO ASPECTS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO'S INDPENDENCE

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1.This bird is on our coat of arms along with the scarlet ibis and the hummingbird
5.Dr Eric Williams gave the nation its watch words which are This Tolerance and Production
9.This colour on the national flag represents the dedication of the people joined together in one common bond
11.This is the national flower of Trinidad and Tobago
13.Upon Independence,Sir Solomon Hochoy was appointed as THIS to represent the Queen
15.This bird and the cocrico were made the country's national birds
16.Trinidad and Tobago gained its Independence from this country on August 31st, 1962
17.The Independence ceremony of 1962 took place outside of THIS in Port of Spain (2 Words)
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2.This was the composer of our national pledge
3.Independence meant that Trinidad and Tobago had its own THIS but it was still a British Colony
4.On midnight of August 30th, 1962, the British flag otherwise known as THIS was lowered and the Trinidad and Tobago flag was raised for the first time
6.Trinidad and Tobago got some new emblems for Independence in 1962, one of them was the national anthem which was composed by this person
7.This is our national instrument
8.This person whose name was Queen Elizabeth the second was the head of state of Trinidad and Tobago and she appointed someone to represent her in Trinidad and Tobago
10.Upon Independence, Trinidad and Tobago was accepted as a member of THIS which is an association of nations most of which were former British Colonies
12.This man became Trinidad and Tobago's first Prime Minister on August 31st, 1962
14.The Red House has been the seat of THIS in Trinidad and Tobago since 1897 to 2011 (Currently the Red House is under repairs and Parliament is located at the Hyatt in POS)

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