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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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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Registrar’s Tally of Slaves for the Bahama Islands 1825

James Armbrister was the Slave Registrar for the Bahama Islands. He signed off, providing the official seal, on the total ...
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Freeman’s Hall Plantation, Cat Island and 15 Slaves For Sale in 1812; For Sale Today Minus the Slaves and Sheep

Substantial crown land grants, given to the Loyalists, an assortment of British settlers, and to a miscellaneous hodgepodge of opportunist ...
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Secret 1970 British File On UBP Party Meeting in London, To Try To Stop Independence, Declassified in 2001

In 1970, three UBP Party members, Reginald Lobosky, Geoffrey Johnstone and Eric Watkins, arranged for a secret meeting with British ...
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Former Slave Sam Charged With Hiding Runaway Apprentice Tulip, Disobeying His Master and Working the King’s Land Without Permission, The Bluff, Eleuthera, 1835

In the Bahamas, we know next to nothing about the British colonial governors, who oversaw and administered, the public affairs ...
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“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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Miami Woman Exhibits Deed To 120 Acres In Abaco Granted By King William 1925

Every war that has ever been fought, in the world, was because of it. Early man walked out of Africa ...
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A Ship Wreck of 300 Slaves on Green Turtle Cay Brings Call Of Too Many Free Negroes From New Providence 1816

By 1816, continued wrecks and capture of slave ships, across the archipelago of the Bahamas, suddenly brought unexpected social and ...
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