Was Maud Culmer the first Bahamian Female World Explorer? 1922

White women have been largely overlooked, in the history of the Bahamas. In the early era of Bahamian time, white ...
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Member of the House of Assembly Indicted in US for drug trafficking 1944

According to a New York Federal Grand Jury indictment, as early as 1940, a Bahamian Member of Parliament, was involved ...
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George Doty, Nassau Negro Whipped by KKK 1921

For Bahamian negroes, in the diaspora, at the turn of the 20th century, life in South Florida, held many challenges ...
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Cruel wife beat up her preacher husband 1946

Don't mess with a Bahamian woman, that's all we can say. That is as universally known, as understanding where the ...
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The Grey Affair, another fiction book based on Pindling, the Bay Street Boys and race politics 1961

When the movie "Islands In the Sun" premiered in the United States in 1957, it was quickly banned in the ...
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Arsonists try to kill that old African Alladay Adderley, Nassau 1884

When Alex Hailey was finally able to find the name of his ancestor, Kunta Kinte, in the historical records, he ...
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He said he had money. He lied. She get swing 1890

This story of misbegotten love, reminds me of that song by Bahamian artist Eddie Minnis "Straighten Up and Fly Right." ...
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Bahamas cook included on Queen’s honours list 1968

It is somewhat incredible to consider that the same Queen, Her Royal Highness Elizabeth II, who in 1968, conferred some ...
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A Problem with History – What are we really celebrating at John Canoe?

In the Bahamas, at some point in its not too distant past, the native fete of John Canoe, the dance ...
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Rev. James A. Edden two bronze stars for valor WWII and Korean War 1960

There are some life stories just leave you amazed. Some stories remind what incredible contributions people across the globe have ...
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