Famous But Forgotten Suicides in Bahamas: Cuban Awaiting Extradition to Only Son of Universal Studios President to Nassau Mass Murderer 1888 – 1964

How one views the act of suicide, greatly depends on one's outlook on life and one's time of life. Throughout ...
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Catharine Richardson, The Negro Sweetheart, Sold Into Slavery Because His Wife Wouldn’t Understand, Nassau 1809

Catharine Richardson, a free born negro woman from New York, was sold into slavery, in Nassau, in 1809. Then, but, ...
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‘What Tommy Robinson Know About Business Or Running Any Pharmacy’ Black Crab Politics 1967

Politics, in the Bahamas, changed after January 1967. Attitudes changed as well. Orchestrations that the United Bahamian Party (UBP), white-minority ...
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Oldest Bell In Western Hemisphere Taken From Andros Island in 1885

Is the bell, which once hung in the African Methodist Church in Haleyville, New Jersey between 1886 to 1947, the ...
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CALL THE MIDWIFE 1953

In 1953, there were 257 licensed midwives in the Bahamas. In fact, there were more licensed midwives than there were ...
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Alexander C. Stuart, Seven Feet Tall Bahamian Albino Negro, London 1847

In 1847, Nassau born, Alexander Charles Stuart, was walking down the streets of fashionable Mayfair, in London. Stuart, described as ...
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£15m Loan In 1835 To Compensate British Slaveowners Finally Paid In 2015

On February 9, 2018, HM Treasury (Her Majesty's Treasury) via its Twitter account, from London, tweeted a most extraordinary bit ...
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Sir Roland Symonette “It is my considered opinion that the roach did not consume much of the rum” House of Assembly 1961

Some reckon that part of the good old days, was when Bahamians weren't scared of anything. Your old Grammy and ...
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August 1st Emancipation Day Should Also Remind The Bahamas Their Historic Role In Enabling Slavery In America 1861 – 1865

As the August 1st annual celebration of Slavery Emancipation, is observed once again, present day Bahamians, should also be cognisant ...
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Precedent Charitable Trust Case Based On Money Left By Wealthy Foreigner For The Education of Whites Only In Bahamas 1953, 1970, 1983, 1986

In 1953, Stafford Sands became the trustee, of a discretionary fund established to underwrite the education of white Bahamians, exclusively ...
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