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- Green Turtle Cay People Hardly Bathed And Marsh Harbour Was Just A 1,500 Orange Tree Plantation 1851
- Abaco Farm Owned By Member of Parliament Attracts 800 Haitians Every Season To Plant And Harvest Cucumbers “the grounds turn mushy with mud” 1982
- First Idea For British West Indian Federation Rejected In 1891 Then Revived To Be Rejected Again 1897
- Parts of Freeport and Abaco Under Six Feet of Water After Double Hurricane Francis and Jeanne Both Hit In September 2004