St. Croix’s Centennial Transfer Day

A part of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), St. Croix was purchased by the United States in 1917. On March 31, Crucians celebrated their centennial transfer day. Warm and inviting, this island is full of unexpected discoveries and long-lasting memories. See some of our favorite moments of faces, food, and festivities! Click through the slideshow below. For more information, go to the website for the U.S. Virgin Islands.

 Top photo: Buck Island
All photos by Jai Williams
About Jai Williams (11 Articles)
Jai Williams is a writer and photographer whose work has appeared on the award-winning site, Woman Around Town, Thrillist, The Daily Meal and Edible DC to name a few. Two of her photographs were selected for an exhibit at the Washington Historical Society, "For the Record: Artfully Historic D.C.", where “50 Most Endangered Places in D.C.” were highlighted. Her photographs can be seen in two books from Globe Pequot Press, "Discovering Vintage Washington, D.C." and "New York One-Food Wonders: A Guide to the Big Apple's Unique Single-Food Spots." After graduating from Texas A&M University, Jai moved to Virginia to further her education as well as her career. Visit her website