Who Invented the First Steel Pan?

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The first steel pans were invented by the Africans enslaved in the Caribbean Islands in the 1700s and then re-emerged in the 1930s in Trinidad. The other innovators to the steel pan include Winston Simon, Anthony Williams and Elliot Manette among other steel band pioneers. The steel pan is the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.
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