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St. kitts and nevis have one of the longest written histories in the Caribbean both islands being among Spain's and England's first colonies in the archipelago despite being only two miles apart and quite diminutive in size st. Kitts and Nevis were widely recognized as being separate entities with distinct identities until they were forcibly United in the late 19th century topic pre-columbian period 2900 BC to 1493 ad the first natives to live on the islands as early as three thousand years ago were called C Binet however the lack of pottery makes their origin and timeline uncertain they were followed by the Arawak peoples or Taino in 800 AD the warlike island caribs followed and had expanded north of st. Kitts by the time of the Spanish conquest peak native populations occurred between 500 and 600 AD topic the first europeans 1493 to 1623 the first Europeans to see and name the islands were the Spanish under Christopher Columbus who sighted the islands on eleven and the 13th of November 1493 during his second voyage he maimed st. kitts and Jorge st. George and Nevis San Martin cited on st. Martin's day by 1540 Nieves was used by the Spanish an abbreviation of santa maria de las Nieves a reference to its cloud cover resembling snow Sir Francis Drake mentions visiting st. Christopher's Island in 1585 during Christmas the next European encounter occurred in June 1603 when Bartholomew Gilbert gathered lignum vitae on Nevis before stopping at st. Kitts in 1607 Captain John Smith stopped at Nevis for five days on his way to founding the first successful settlement in Virginia Smith documented the many hot springs in Nevis whose waters had remarkable curative abilities against skin ailments and bad health Robert Harcourt stopped at Nevis in 1608...