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- ‘Who told you that the Bahamas belonged to Bahamians?!’ asks A. R. Braynen in House of Assembly 1950
- Some in House of Assembly were “men born in the bush and grew up eating conch and sapodillas” says T. A. Toote 1921
- St. Augustine’s College, Fox Hill named after St. Augustine of Canterbury 1947 – By 1950 Leviticus Adderley was its top Student
- Ruth Married William Munnings, After He Comes Out Of Jail For ‘Chapping’ Her Mother With Cutlass in 1949 – Then He Murders Her Child and Hangs in 1959