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As Negroes Realised Political Power, Bahama Friendly Society and Anglo-African League Engage in a Public War of Words on Emancipation Day 1888

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First of August Eventually Became Emancipation Day

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Nassau Negro Working On Blockade Boat Refuses Confederate Money For His Pineapples and Nassau Man Kept His Confederate Flag for 60 years

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Pindling Planned Protest For Prince Philip’s First Visit to Bahamas April 1959

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