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Every square mile of cultivated land has forty-nine miles of drainage canals and ditches and sixteen miles of high-level waterways. In 1991, the population consisted of 49 percent Indians; 35 percent Africans; 7 percent mixed race peoples; and 6.8 percent Amerindians. The national hero, Cuffy, the leader of the Berbice Slave Rebellion in 1763, is primarily an African Guyanese hero whose statue in Georgetown evokes Indian antipathy.Indians are of the following religions: Hindu, 65 percent; Muslim, 20 percent; and Christian, 15 percent. No African languages survived slavery, nor have those of the indentured laborers (Indians, Madeiran Portuguese, and Chinese). Indians tend to identify with an India of the imagination and the Hindu and Muslim religions. The utopian vision of Guyana—El Dorado—created by Sir Walter Raleigh in the 1590s, claims the imagination of most Guyanese today. The colonial rulers promoted images of Britishness to inculcate loyalty to the empire, but although various ethnic groups absorbed aspects of that culture, they retained their identities.The electoral system has been one of proportional representation since 1964. Burnham were the cofounders of the PPP, a loose coalition of the two main ethnic groups.
The Dutch, using African slaves in the eighteenth century, made this area habitable. It had declined to 723,800 in 1991, and an estimated 720,700 in 1996.
In rural areas, there are many wooden buildings made up of many eclectic styles, but all are built on stilts to protect them from floods.