Coronal Cold To Coronavirus To Covid-19 – 1970 to 2020

On 27 March 2020, nine cases of the Covid-19, novel coronavirus, were confirmed for The Bahamas. One recorded hospitalisation and …
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Flu Pandemic Sees Bahamas Bootleggers Making Money From Whiskey Cure for Deadly Influenza 1920

In March 2020, as the coronavirus, or Covid-19, began to negatively affect the fortunes of the Bahamas, it is interesting …
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19-Year-Old Mary Gertrude Baker, A Negro Maid With Great Courage, Got A Lawyer And Fought Back 1951

In 1951, Mary Gertrude Baker was one Bahamian woman, who was determined to stand up for herself. She knew she …
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Lucayan Beach Hotel, From Boom To Bust, From Government Purchase To Commission of Inquiry, From Gangsters To Bankruptcy

The Lucayan Beach Hotel, in Freeport, Grand Bahama, began life, in the early 1960s, as a result of breathtakingly audacious …
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Haiti’s Compensation Debt To France: Is It Really To Blame For The Present Poverty of Haiti? 1825

On 1st. February 1838, the Republic of Haiti and the Kingdom of France signed a new treaty of peace, giving …
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Illegal Haitian Immigration into The Bahamas, Britain Gives Up, Leaving It To An Under Resourced Bahamian Government 1963 – 1965

By 1963, the illegal Haitian migration problem, had all but overwhelmed, British colonial officials, in Nassau. Reliance on regulations contained …
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The CDP, NDP, ABC, CCKG, BYPA – New Bahamian Political Parties and Activist Groups 1966

Secret intelligence files, from 1966, released only after the thirty-year rule, reveal that nothing escaped the watchful eye of British …
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The Rise and Demise of Bahamianization 1967 – 1983

Bahamianization was once a fully formulated, implemented political ideology. Its twenty year popular rise, post 1967, was to address the …
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Prime Minister Pindling Drops His $4m Canadian Filed Defamation Lawsuit Against American Television Station NBC 1989

The drug years ostensibly began in the late 1970s. Drug trafficking started with marijuana smuggled out of South America headed …
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Twenty Percent of Teenagers Giving Birth at PMH Were In Fifth to Ninth Pregnancy 1979

A presumptive causal link between social and economic unrest on the one hand and its growing negro population on the …
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