“Guard Our Heritage” Celebrating 250 Years of Parliamentary Democracy 1979

With its 1973 independence, a new Social Contract had been psychosocially and constitutionally enacted between the Bahamian government and the ...
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Adelaide’s Poor Negro Population of 80 Raises 18 Shillings and Bahamas Government Sends Priceless Antique Cannon to Scrap Metal War Effort in England 1941

Sacrifice, is a word so gratuitously used today, that it is easy forget superlative moments in the history of mankind, ...
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E. P. Taylor’s Vast New Providence Land Stock Listed on Toronto Stock Exchange 1979

From Mount Pleasant to South Ocean to Lyford Cay to Old Fort Bay, Canadian land speculator Ernest Plunket Taylor once ...
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Murder of Peter Abrahams, 97-Year-Old South African Pan-Africanist in Jamaica Typified The Predictable End To So Many Black Social Movements 2017

Pan Africanism once represented the high aspirations of negro intellectualism and black self-determination philosophy. It began as a thought experiment, ...
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Britain’s Plan To Settle 50,000 Assyrian Christians From Iraq To Their Former Slave Colony British Guiana 1934

Once upon a time, the globe was like a giant chessboard for Great Britain. It could move and manipulate assets ...
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100 Scottish-Irish Bahamians and Thousands of Black Bahamians Exported As Labourers To America 1945

If we look to great stories of historical importance, especially those whose origins begin in the ocean crossing annals of ...
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Famous Deportations Part 1 – Man Who Claimed He Loaned Pindling Money For 1967 Campaign, Deported 1969, Named In Plot To Kill Pindling 1973

Deportation is a tool, either anonymously administered through procedure or strategically targeted through vigilance. In the end, it is an ...
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Bahamian MP Agrees To $14.5 Million Out Of Court Settlement For Fatal Car Crash In Florida 1985

On June 4, 1984, near Port Saint Lucie, Florida, a horrific car accident left American Paul Coombs, a husband and ...
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Nazi Attempt To Take Over Haiti With Loans 1938 and Nazi Closure of Haitian Consulate 1941

Since the 1800s, Haiti and Germany had a long held, often fractious, alliance. Germany became an early, important trading partner ...
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Haiti Declares War On Germany After Eight Haitians Killed On French Steamer By German Torpedo 1918

In July 1918, as the last brutal few months of World War I dragged on, Haiti declared war, on its ...
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