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Once A Graveyard Of Ships
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Once A Graveyard Of Ships

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared within the September 1970 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  "After each wreck the shores of little St. George's Harbour, or less frequently those of Hamilton, are littered with one or more skeletons of a once magnificent ship, like the carcasses of a huge animal picked clean by wolves. Wreckers either burn or break her up for the metal in her construction, or possibly…


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The Story of St. David’s, Part II

The late Bermudian writer Ann Williams (née Zuill) was also a raconteur and would delight many people here and abroad with her Bermudian stories. Arguably, her best and most famous, which she told in the St. David's vernacular of the…


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Ambassador of Song: Roy Talbot

This article is from our archives. It first appeared in The Bermudian in May 2002. It is replicated here exactly as it first appeared in print.    Roy Talbot, the last the Talbot Brothers, remembers a life of harmony. He…


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Story of St. Davids, Part I

As Delta's flight 561 descends and approaches the runway, passengers peer through the windows for their first glimpse of Bermuda. Those on the right side of the plane see a wooded hillside and a lighthouse. If they look very carefully,…


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Where I Grew Up: Sandra Rouja, St. George’s

Sometimes the length of time you stay in a place does not determine how much your identity is tied to it. That is the case with Sandra Rouja, writer and retired research and collections assistant for the Archives. She has…

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Can You Guess this Week’s “Who, Where & When?”

Do you remember our popular "Who, Where & When?" series in The Bermudian in which you guessed what a photograph depicted or who was in it or when it was taken? If so, we're pleased to tell you that we're…