Famous Deportations Part 1 – Man Who Claimed He Loaned Pindling Money For 1967 Campaign, Deported 1969, Named In Plot To Kill Pindling 1973

Deportation is a tool, either anonymously administered through procedure or strategically targeted through vigilance. In the end, it is an ...
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Bahamian MP Agrees To $14.5 Million Out Of Court Settlement For Fatal Car Crash In Florida 1985

On June 4, 1984, near Port Saint Lucie, Florida, a horrific car accident left American Paul Coombs, a husband and ...
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Miami Woman Exhibits Deed To 120 Acres In Abaco Granted By King William 1925

Every war that has ever been fought, in the world, was because of it. Early man walked out of Africa ...
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A Ship Wreck of 300 Slaves on Green Turtle Cay Brings Call Of Too Many Free Negroes From New Providence 1816

By 1816, continued wrecks and capture of slave ships, across the archipelago of the Bahamas, suddenly brought unexpected social and ...
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Popular Bahamas Police Band Performance “Beat Retreat” Explained

Some of greatest military manoeuvres in history involved the retreat. The Retreat of Dunkirk during World War II, the March ...
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No Cubans Allowed! Bahamian Government Decree To Deport Every Arriving Cuban National 1964

Communism and the threat of it spreading into democratic nations, in the West, was to be stopped at all costs ...
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When The Seas So Cherished Came Upon This Land – An Ode To The Afterward of Hurricane Dorian 2019

For the Bahamas, the sea has afforded every beauty and bounty, to every life that has ever existed on its ...
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Common Journey better known as Johnny Cake, An Early Mention In A Poem About Two Women Marrying Each Other 1799

Common Journey is perhaps the most appropriate name for the bread, which has, over the past two hundred years or ...
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Bahamas Receives Haitian Flag in 1830 But By 1843 France Sends War Ships When Haiti Tries To Pay Debt They Agreed To With Haitian Money

In 1830, the Bahamas Governor, James Carmichael Smith, had been instructed by England to receive the Haitian flag and afford ...
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Whatever Happened To The 200 Haitian Pickers on the Bahama Star Citrus Farm in Abaco 1993

Migration has often been depicted as a major problem for struggling developing countries, whether as receiver or sender nation. The ...
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