Death came to the Bahama Islands in 1889. William Ephraim Death, an engineer with a most striking name, from Leicester in England, made a significant contribution to a new and Continue Reading
As early as 1921, it was discovered that New Providence had an incredibly valuable natural resource. This natural resource was an excellent building material, because it proved fire retardant and Continue Reading
Convene ARAGONITE Commission of Economic Inquiry as a matter of Public Transparency – Then, let the chips fall where they may!
There needs to be a Commission of Economic Inquiry, convened, as a matter of urgent public interest and promised transparency, into the long history of aragonite mining in The Bahamas. Continue Reading
Great Bahama Bank Known As “The Mud” 1934, Bahamas Mud Produces Chemicals To Cure Diseases Scientists Say 1992
The geological mud of the Bahamas is priceless. It is an untapped economic resource, which sits, waiting on further scientific study, to unlock its potential. From the bacteria rich vegetable Continue Reading
Green Turtle Cay People Hardly Bathed And Marsh Harbour Was Just A 1,500 Orange Tree Plantation 1851
In 1851, people from Green Turtle Cay hardly bathed for fear of catching cold. We might laugh at this old wives tale, but in the 1800s, before antibiotics and modern Continue Reading