Prime Minister Pindling Drops His $4m Canadian Filed Defamation Lawsuit Against American Television Station NBC 1989

The drug years ostensibly began in the late 1970s. Drug trafficking started with marijuana smuggled out of South America headed ...
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Twenty Percent of Teenagers Giving Birth at PMH Were In Fifth to Ninth Pregnancy 1979

A presumptive causal link between social and economic unrest on the one hand and its growing negro population on the ...
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Majority Rule, An Imperfect Ideology, But It Is All That We Have So Far – Africa and United States 1925 – 1986

Majority Rule is far from being a perfect concept in political ideology. It is however, all that we have that, ...
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The Last Shah of Iran, Frail and Desperately Sick, Forced To Leave Nassau After Two Months June 1979

One of the penultimate photos of the last Shah of Iran, in the Bahamas, was of the deposed ruler being ...
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Canada Accuses UBP Education Minister Godfrey Kelly of Trying To Profit From Donation of School Desks 1967

By 1967, Canadian authorities had had just about enough of the millionaire-rich, beggar-poor UBP (United Bahamian Party) Bahamas government. They ...
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Whatever Happened To The Slave Relics Found By Sir Harry Oakes As He Cleared His Thousands of Acres In Nassau 1938

If truth be told, Sir Harry Oakes wasted his life and fortune in the Bahamas. He was neither mourned, nor ...
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Black Slave Owner Richard Owens and Daughter Mary Owens, Free Woman of Colour, Sold Slaves 1825

Black slaveowners remains a quarrelsome subject. A number of free blacks and free coloureds, in the Bahamas, owned slaves. And ...
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Freeman’s Hall Plantation, Cat Island and 15 Slaves For Sale in 1812; For Sale Today Minus the Slaves and Sheep

Substantial crown land grants, given to the Loyalists, an assortment of British settlers, and to a miscellaneous hodgepodge of opportunist ...
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Every Curry in the Bahamas Today Are Descendants of Five Scottish Loyalist Brothers Joseph, John, Richard, Benjamin and William Curry

The Curry surname, in the Bahamas, came from Scotland. According to a 1962 research paper entitled The American Loyalists in ...
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Governor Ranfurly calling the UBP “recalcitrant, stubborn and politically obtuse” and the coloured people “extremely ignorant and easily led” 1956

Governor Ranfurly wrote that Milo Butler was "hugely fat and unattractive coloured man without a brain in his head." Ranfurly's ...
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