Bahamas Government Act To Compensate Storm Victims For Property Damage and Personal Injury 1850

A witness said they saw four negro children. They had been struck dead. Their bodies buried under the ruins, which ...
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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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UBP Party Leaves Bahamas Number 1 On International Blacklist February 13, 1967

By 13th February, 1967, less than a month after what would become the most historically significant, and far reaching political ...
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Affluent Negroes During Slavery – Who was Free Black Attorney Henry Forbes?1822

Were there affluent, educated free blacks, during slavery in the Bahamas? Simple probabilities say there must have been. Could there ...
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Free Black Women and Free Women of Colour Who Owned Slaves Bahamas Slave Register 1822

How did black women and women of colour obtain their freedom and come to possess their own slaves? How were ...
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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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Ebo Venus, Hard Times and Good Luck, the Slaves of Alexander Forbes of Exuma 1822

The surname Forbes, like Rolle, and Bain are some of the more prevalent surnames in the Bahamas. They, like many ...
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Chole, Black Female Slave Sold Early 1822, Mulatto Baby Jessie, Born December 1822 Watlings Island, Bahamas

What did it mean to be female and black during slavery? It symbolised nothing good that's for sure. Being constantly ...
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