Murder-Suicide 1836 – Ensign John Foss (white Englishman) shoots Mary Thomson, his black common law wife

In 1836, a shocking case of domestic violence, a murder-suicide, was revealed, during a Coroner’s Inquest on Monday 22nd August ...
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Runaway White Slaves – Wilhelm and Muller (Germans) – Nassau 1805

How and why two German men, became runaway white slaves, in Nassau, in 1805, is not so strange as one ...
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King’s College, Nassau – Only Oxford or Cambridge Graduates Need Apply

The Bahamas has a long history of offering elite schooling. Educational institutions, particularly from England and church sponsored, sought to ...
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First Cohort of Girls Welcomed At St. Augustine’s College 1967

In 1967, St. Augustine’s College, introduced co-instructional education, into its all-boys day and boarding school. By that year, the school ...
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Eustace Duvallier 18, Native of Haiti Hanged For Murder 1905

By May 1905, Eustace Duvallier, a native of Haiti, had been living, with his mother and sister for four years ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Foreign Hookers On Wulff Road Selling Wares for $7 – Case Dismissed Even Though Police Catch Them in the act 1967

Across the ocean prostitutes, have been plying the world’s oldest trade, in The Bahamas, for a very long time. The ...
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‘UBP is a hooked fish, club it over the head, lest it gain strength and jump out the boat’ Pindling 1967

Oddly enough, the UBP were celebrating in September 1967. They were circling, the House of Assembly, like a shark that ...
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Premier Lynden Pindling and Speaker of the House, A. R. Braynen Needed Bodyguards After 1967 Elections

Despite all outward appearances, there was a storm brewing over New Providence in 1967. The January general election ushered in ...
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