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- Winston Churchill Heard Singing Bahamian Tune ‘Mama Don’t Want No Rice’ 1942
- Schoolmasters Beating Coloured Boys and Old White Men From America Sneaking Off To Meet Dusky Ladies in Grants Town’ 1884
- “And After Ya Hang Me, Kiss Mah A**” Jamaican Slaves Henry and George Hanged in 1824, Captured in ‘No Surrender’ Scene in the movie Mandingo 1975
- Selling Land They Never Paid For: Plantations and Slaves For Sale 1822