Christopher Columbus lands on the island territories.
French settlers buy Grenada from the English and establish a colony and a capital.
France gives Grenada to Britain as part of the Treaty of Versailles; slavery is used to grow crops on plantations.
Grenada becomes part of the British Windward Islands Administration.
Slavery is outlawed.
The Windward Islands Administration is dissolved, and Grenada joins the Federation of the West Indies.
Grenada gains full independence and adopts a parliamentary system.