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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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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British Transport 109 Irish Convicts To Settle Abaco 1785

As early as 1752, in an effort to populate the many near uninhabited islands of the Bahamas, the British began ...
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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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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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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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A Nassau Family Photo Of Nine Little Ni**ers 1897

Within the pages of a 1897, pictorial coffee table book entitled, The Queen's Empire, there sits a photo, of a ...
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Afro-Bahamian Club Calls For African and Black Man’s History To Be Taught In Schools 1966

The black man's history began long before slavery. Popular African history, however, for as long as many can remember, centred ...
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800 Slaves Sacrificed in Tribute on the Death of GEZO the Great Slave King of Dahomey 1858

For the Bahamas, there are many reasons, hundreds, probably a few thousand reasons why it's negro descendants of liberated African ...
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