Secret Political File on Progressive Liberal Party 1957 Declassified (London) 1988

In 1957, when a visiting Colonial Office official from London, came to the Bahamas, he accepted a dinner invitation from ...
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Declassified Under British 30 Year Rule Confidential Assessment File on top Bahamian Political Figures 1966

No one in this world, was more obsessed with what colour Sir Roland Symonette was, than white British people. From ...
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Former Slave Sam Charged With Hiding Runaway Apprentice Tulip, Disobeying His Master and Working the King’s Land Without Permission, The Bluff, Eleuthera, 1835

In the Bahamas, we know next to nothing about the British colonial governors, who oversaw and administered, the public affairs ...
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Could Bahamas History of Deposits In British Joint Colonial Fund Support Idea for Modern Day Sovereign Wealth Fund 1962

Could a Sovereign Wealth Fund be established today to benefit the long term interests of the Bahamian people? Some modern ...
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Harbour Islanders Say No To Electricity 1943

Bahamians call electricity - current. Such as strange word in today's vernacular, don't you think? To those unfamiliar with history ...
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Most Brilliant Speech Ever Made at Bahamas Bar by Negro Barrister the Hon. A. F. Adderley During Oakes Murder Trial 1943

"He who goes to law holds a wolf by the ears." In 1943, the most accomplished lawyer in the Bahamas ...
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Wealthy Bahamian Negro and Father of 49 Children Claims Hospital Wrongly Removed Testicle 1970

In July 1965, wealthy Bahamian negro Ortland H. Bodie Sr. checked himself into the Osteopathic General Hospital in Florida, for ...
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American Thanksgiving in the Bahamas 1935

A 1935 photo of a Bahamian woman, carrying a rather large turkey on her head, gives some indication of just ...
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Haitian Revolutionary Party Manages To Assemble 3,000 Strong Force Under The Nose of the Bahamas Government 1963

In August 1963, the United Bahamian Party (UBP) government, was caught off guard. A substantial national security threat was looming ...
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“Guard Our Heritage” Celebrating 250 Years of Parliamentary Democracy 1979

With its 1973 independence, a new Social Contract had been psychosocially and constitutionally enacted between the Bahamian government and the ...
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