Bahamian born, Norman B. Darling, was only 29 years old in April 2004, when, as a Private First Class, in the American army, he and seven others were on patrol Continue Reading
Stephen Dillet’s Outside Children – Myth or Reality? Whatever happened to his Slaves? Was Stephen the first ‘Dillet’ in The Bahamas?
Stephen Dillet had an interesting personal life, if anecdotal evidence is to be believed. To fully understand what is proving to be a colourful history, we must first wade through, Continue Reading
In 1906, the Harriet Tubman Union held a reception, in Boston, for Mrs. Annie W. Dillet, President of the Bahama Islands Women’s Christian Temperance Union. The great historical question now Continue Reading
Cyril Poitier (1911-1991) Brother Who Help To Raise Sir Sidney Poitier in Miami Died in 1991 at 80 years old
Cyril Poitier, was the eldest of eight brothers and sisters, born to Reginald and Evelyn Poitier of Cat Island. Cyril died on 13th November 1991 at the age of 80. Continue Reading
PLP Very FIRST Director of Communications was a white man, a fixer, named David Probinksy – January 1967
David Probinksy, was a onetime Miami night club owner, catering to coloureds, in the 1950s. By 1965, Probinksy had became a fixer, a connector, an introducer to the powerful and Continue Reading