Cannibalism to Incest: Stories in Bahamian Negro Folklore 1895

Cultures and traditions, outside of Europe, between the 15th to 19th centuries, were roundly dismissed as primitive. Whatever intellectual property ...
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Was Dr. Meyer Rassin’s Permit Application Denied Because He Was Jewish 1946

During World War II, if there had been no RAF Wing Commander Meyer Rassin, stationed in Nassau, to be in ...
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Skyline Heights, No Portion Shall Be Sold To Anyone Who Is Not of the Pure Blood White Race 1957

A word of advice. When you see the old generation of Bahamians, sitting on the front porch, talking about the ...
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His Highness Prince Bishnu Shumshere of Nepal Found Dead in Cable Beach, Nassau 1946

Prince Bishnu Shumshere, the fantastically wealthy son of the Maharajah of Nepal, was found dead, in bed, in his home, ...
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Praying So Hard To Stop Casino Gambling, We Never Saw The Storm Of Drugs Coming 1977

From the days of slavery, to emancipation, to the push for civil rights, the journey for negro people, since 1492, ...
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Whatever Happened to FIRST BAHAMAS INVESTMENT TRUST OFFERING SHARES TO BAHAMIANS 1965

In the 1960s, for the average Bahamian, access to the wealth creating stock market of the United States wasn't even ...
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Bahamas Are Not In The Caribbean and That’s Final 1960

By 1960, after a few hundred years of historical associations, the link, putting the Bahamas somewhere in the Caribbean Sea, ...
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Walter Wilfred Parker, An Early 20th Century “Sunshine Boy” 1922

The ethos of the original Sunshine Boys, who founded, the Sunshine Group Ltd., in the Bahamas, in the mid 1970s, ...
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Merchants and Government Conspire To Create Food Import Dependency 1915

At some point, in the late 1800s, the penny, the economic penny that is, dropped for the merchant class, and ...
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Queen’s Honours Bestowed On Bahamas Police Force 1966

The year was 1966. Thursday, April 21st. Elizabeth II, Queen of England, was celebrating her 40th birthday. Her Majesty was ...
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