The Quarter of Laborie, with the village marked in red
The first inhabitants of the Laborie general area, migrating from South America around 1000 a.c., were probably the Arawak Amerindians.Laborie a south western fishing village named after the French governor Baron De Laborie was once a tutles habitat. French colonials were probably the first to settle what is now the village of Laborie, in the early 18th century.
Prominent Laborians include the second Prime Minister – and first being elected to the position following independence – of St. Lucia, Sir Allan Louisy; the 7th Prime Minister of St. Lucia, Dr. Kenny Anthony; and the current Governor General, Dame Pearlette Louisy.
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