Winston Churchill Heard Singing Bahamian Tune ‘Mama Don’t Want No Rice’ 1942

There is probably a rather simple reason why Winston Churchill would remember a song he heard in the Bahamas in ...
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Schoolmasters Beating Coloured Boys and Old White Men From America Sneaking Off To Meet Dusky Ladies in Grants Town’ 1884

Schoolmasters bending negro boys over desks to get a whacking and old white men from America, telling their wives that ...
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Selling Land They Never Paid For: Plantations and Slaves For Sale 1822

Land, is a contentious topic, in the Bahamas. And for good reason. A famous person once wrote, "Unhappy the land ...
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Man Hush Ya Mouth! The Elusive Rum Runner Capt. Symonette Was No Negro 1922

With that fiery Bahamian island sun, turning the very tar on the streets to boiling molasses, it's just too hot ...
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Dr. Archie Donaldson, First Ever Black Multimillionaire Thoroughbred Horse Owner 1978

The Bahamas can claim a famous 'Archie' of its very own in world history. By 1978, Bahamian physician, Dr. Archie ...
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Yellow Negro From Bahamas Exhibited at Zoological Society In Ireland 1843

The truth about the negro, as an experimentally exhibited, poked and prodded living object, in history, has been largely forgotten ...
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Conchy Joe Problems! When Bay Street Oligarchs and Foreign Investors Fight 1942

When the rich fight, they don't play by the same rules as the poor. In the Bahamas, poor negroes like ...
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Governor Refused Assistance of George Washington Carver Because There Would Be No Place For Him To Stay 1942

There are only two possible Bahamas Governors who could have refused the help of Dr. George Washington Carver because he ...
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Did George Washington Contract Smallpox In Nassau and Did His Brother Really Die in the Bahamas in 1751

In 1899, the American media had been carrying a story on the life of George Washington, which mentioned that he ...
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Edgar Mayhew Bacon, Third Generation Bahamian and Prolific American Writer 1889

In 1889, Bahamian born Edgar Mayhew Bacon, then an acclaimed American author with many published books to his credit, returned ...
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