+Dread_Pirate_Bruce Posted May 11, 2014 Share Posted May 11, 2014 St. Martin is a Caribbean Island half of which is a Dutch territory and half of which is a French territory. I recently found caches on both halves. Now, I need to know where these should go on my list of places where I've cached. I don't think I should list St. Martin as a country in which I've cached because it is not a separate country. (I listed, caches that I found in Hawaii as caches in the U.S. because Hawaii is a state. And, I listed caches that I found in Barbados, St. Kitts and Jamaica as finds in separate countries because each is an independent country.) But, it seems wrong to treat finds in French St. Martin as finds in France and finds in Dutch St. Martin as finds in Holland. On the other hand, I have finds in the U.S., Canada and Mexico and list them separately rather than as "North America." So, I'm seeing what others think. (Imperialism sure makes things difficult.) Quote Link to comment
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