Tartan To Commemorate Bahamian-Scottish Heritage Officially Recognised 1966

Scottish-Bahamian heritage, survives in The Bahamas today, through many historical surnames, as well as, a tartan print, officially recognised by ...
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When Sir Roland Rejected Harry Oakes’s Daughter’s Deal For Her Own Casino Licence In Exchange For Education Money 1965

If truth be told, Harry Oakes’s money and influence, resided in The Bahamas longer than the man himself. More than ...
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“Spottie” Most Famous Potcake Adopted From Nassau By Movie Actor Peter Lawford 1938

In The Bahamas, street dogs, once called simply wild dogs, then Nassau dogs or Bahama dogs are now commonly referred ...
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Account Number 505 – My Father’s Bank Book 1967-1973

For that generation of Bahamians, born in 1943 like my dad, the bank book represented unique hopes and aspirations. 1943 ...
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William Anthony Musgrave Sheriff Wins City of Nassau Election Unopposed With 55 Votes Then Immediately Introduces A Bill To Ensure His Pension 1880

Colonialism represented a type of oneness, in terms of the administration of territories. Colonialism was also a great career builder ...
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Governor John Gregory Dies After Catching Yellow Fever At Funeral Of Man Who Died From Yellow Fever – Nassau July 1853

Bahamas Governor John Gregory took ill with yellow fever on Monday. Got worse on Tuesday. Rallied on Wednesday. Declined on ...
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A Black Middle Class Long Before 1967 Challenges Narrative Of Total Abject Poverty For Bahamian Negroes

A Bahamian black middle class existed long before Majority Rule in 1967. Albeit, this social and economic class did not ...
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Monetising History (1821-2021): Two Hundred Years Since the Seminoles Settled Andros, Time To Capitalise on Chickcharney, Bosee-Amasee and Yahoos Folklore

Words like Tallahassee, Okeechobee, Coacoohee, Cohedgo and Amathla are all from America’s Seminole Indian tradition. Some are the names of ...
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Eric Wiberg Travelled 10,000 Nautical Miles To Chronicle Bahamian Maritime History

For The Bahamas, these incomparable, crystal blue waters have long been an intrinsic part of its economic and social history ...
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Unusual Deaths From Long Time 1940 – 1960 Part One

Death in the African tradition is a complicated process. The process of Death encompasses magic and gods and chieftains and ...
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