Guano once an Important Natural Resource in the Bahamas 1874

Arguably, some have proffered that the islands of the Bahamas, have not been favoured with an abundance of natural resources …
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Penultimate British Governor and Commander in Chief the Bahamas, 8th Baron Thurlow 1968

On August 3, 1968, the British press announced the appointment of a new Governor and Commander in Chief for the …
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After a Difficult Year, Bahamas branded a ‘disgrace’ Medically to British Empire 1926

The Bahamas has long been accustomed to the hit and run disparaging comments of foreigners. Harsh words from those of …
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The Tragic Death of Walter Ferdinand Bethell M.L.A., 1908

Walter Ferdinand Bethell was a Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Bahamas. Not very much is known about him …
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Was Maud Culmer the first Bahamian Female World Explorer? 1922

White women have been largely overlooked, in the history of the Bahamas. In the early era of Bahamian time, white …
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Annie, the Little Girl Sent to Athol Island to Die 1889

In 1889, when it came to a choice between a sick little girl, and the welfare of the entire island …
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Chinese People of Nassau Celebrate their Independence Day 1961

As early as 1863, the British were discussing the idea of introducing Chinese labourers into the Bahamas. The islands needed …
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UBP Film on Communist and Fascist Dictators in Fox Hill 1962

Inciting fear of the ‘other,’ through the use of propaganda films was rife in the 1930s through to the 1970s …
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“You are my n****r, if you move I’ll stab you.” Then he did. 1884

On Saturday, 25th October, 1884, shortly after 9:00 pm, on East Bay Street, John Gray Darville, the younger, wilfully murdered …
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Pindling and Wallace-Whitfield: From Allies To Bitter Enemies 1968

Lynden Pindling was good enough to get them all to the Promised Land. The Promised Land of historically significant political …
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