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The Bermudian

Written by W. Hamilton Have you heard about the fishermen in Bermuda?

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  Until perhaps fifty years ago, Bermuda was a community of seafaring people.

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Written by Alice T. Scoville Miss Scoville, who recently was graduated from Vassar College, wanted to see Bermuda. She had heard that the colony, being one of the fashionable resorts of the world, was also impossibly expensive; whereupon she assayed to prove that, even with little money, you can go almost anywhere and have a magnificent time provided you have initiative and enough of the adventuring spirit in you to ignore the crowd and do the things of your own choice in your own fashion. This is her account of her fifteen-dollars-for-five-days’ vacation in Bermuda in company of her classmate, Miss Alice Dodge.

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Written By Margaret Joy Copp In the very first issue of The Bermudian Magazine, February 1930, Margaret Copp gives a charming account of her visit to Bermuda where she hired a bicycle and toured the island from one end to the other, often covering over 20 miles in a day!

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In an April 1940 article, Pembroke Marsh is deemed as "wasteland" as plans are unveiled to redevelop it into a park with numerous trees, hibiscus and cedars. It's unnerving that nowadays, "wasteland" is redeveloped into a condo-complex with a heated swimming pool and a private dock. How times have changed...

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 If you've never heard the tales of Fredrick "Gunny" Wade, you're in for a treat! John Barritt recounts the legendary life of an true Bermudian...

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"Dickie" Tucker   In 1983, Kevin Stevenson wrote a piece for The Bermudian on Mr. L. N. “Dickie” Tucker’s childhood Christmas memories. At the time, Tucker...

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If you’d like to produce a faster and funnier movie film comedy than the celebrated Marx brothers’ “A Day at the Races,” all you need...

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During luncheon at the Yacht Club one day two or three Bermudians were discussing Mark Twain and the extent of that great writer’s influence on...

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From The Bermudian, February 1952 On the 18th day of February in the year 1902 a young boy, fifteen years of age, walked down the...

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"Dickie" Tucker   We were sitting in the small den of Dickie Tucker’s South Shore Road cottage in Paget when he suddenly paused in the...

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Awards

2017 Product & Servic...

At The Bermudian magazine we are always thrilled to celebrate successf...

Feature

Bermuda During the Se...

In September 1939, Dr. William (Bill) Cooke was just 11½ years ...

Food & Drink

Blu Bar & Grill

Blû’s stunning location overlooking the Great Sound, gives...

Columns

Fitness Reboot!

There’s nothing like making the most of the holiday season knowi...

Heritage

Reflections on: Retur...

  According to artist Graham Foster, the huge wheel dominating...

People

Bermudians of the Yea...

If media reports through the first half of 2016 were to be believed, t...