A. R. Braynen’s Only Son Changes His Name No Longer Wanting to be a Braynen 1949

Alvin Rudolph Braynen should really be considered a national hero. There should be something significant named after him, where his ...
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‘Who told you that the Bahamas belonged to Bahamians?!’ asks A. R. Braynen in House of Assembly 1950

Under British administration, better known as, colonialism, the cost of all foreign public service appointments, fell on the Bahamian government ...
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Some in House of Assembly were “men born in the bush and grew up eating conch and sapodillas” says T. A. Toote 1921

In November 1921, Assembly Members were debating whether or not, an electricity building contract, had been drafted by the Attorney ...
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St. Augustine’s College, Fox Hill named after St. Augustine of Canterbury 1947 – By 1950 Leviticus Adderley was its top Student

St. Augustine’s was founded in 1946 by Father Frederic Frey. By 1947, it was a busy, working monastery and Boys’ ...
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‘Charter a plane, send 300 SANDWICHES’ as Whole Families and Dynasties Win Seats In 1949 House of Assembly

Sandwiches meant money in 1949. Crisp pound notes, legal currency, to be exact! 1949 was also the year of bribery, ...
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Hundreds of Arranged Marriages In Nassau To Get Greek Nationals Into America 1947, 1948, 1949 and longer

Necessity is the mother of invention, as an old saying goes. Necessity, in The Bahamas, in the late 1940s, was ...
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Jailor of Runaway Slaves Saw Opportunity To Make Money – He Opened School For Free Coloured Children Charging 8 shillings per month

Free people of colour, or the mixed raced, in Nassau, were in desperate need of schooling for their children. So ...
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Taylor and Stevenson Who Started the PLP Run AGAINST PLP in Historic 1967 Elections

Part of the history of the PLP, in an unexpected way, resembles something akin to a pivotal point, in the ...
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Only the PLP Could Have Started Rumour That Caused 700 Squatters To Try Claim Pop Symonette Land – 1967

Juicy government leaks only truly began with the PLP government in 1967. Don’t believe me? Well, consider that, for the ...
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Rape Murder of 14-year-old Teresetta McGregor – Crime Which Should Have Shocked The Bahamas For A Generation – But Didn’t 1967

There are no statues to the many innocents, who have died at the hands of predators, pedophiles and domestic brutalisers ...
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