“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 people. This was not the first Social Contract, but it Continue Reading

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Adelaide’s Poor Negro Population of 80 Raises 18 Shillings and Bahamas Government Sends Priceless Antique Cannon to Scrap Metal War Effort in England 1941

Sacrifice, is a word so gratuitously used today, that it is easy forget superlative moments in the history of mankind, when true sacrifice meant offering up your very last. The Continue Reading

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Famous Deportations Part 1 – Man Who Claimed He Loaned Pindling Money For 1967 Campaign, Deported 1969, Named In Plot To Kill Pindling 1973

Deportation is a tool, either anonymously administered through procedure or strategically targeted through vigilance. In the end, it is an action which can embrace any number of antecedents. In 1969, Continue Reading

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Abaco Farm Owned By Member of Parliament Attracts 800 Haitians Every Season To Plant And Harvest Cucumbers “the grounds turn mushy with mud” 1982

The polemic over the Haitian presence, in the Bahamas, is an 80-year-old ongoing, unsettled debate. For Haiti, its economic and social fortunes began on a perilous journey ever since the Continue Reading

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