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A Look Back at Cup Match 1932

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in The Bermudian in September, 1932. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  Numbers of American visitors flocked to Somerset on Thursday, July 28th, to see their first cricket match. Most of them went anticipating a slow and boring spectacle, for cricket has that reputation in non-playing countries. Instead they were treated to something rare and many pronounced their preference for the game over their national game of baseball.…


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A Yank at Cup Match, 1951

The day of the great Cup Match is finally here and as the town of Hamilton looked like Philadelphia on a Sunday, I thought I would hie me to St. George’s and have my first look at the manly art…


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A Look Back at Life in Old Bermuda

The Bermudian takes a look back at life in Bermuda with photographs from yesteryear.  


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Mary Forbes Winslow

Sometime in 1788 or 1789, three companies of the British 47th Regiment arrived in Bermuda from New Providence, the Bahamas. This would prove significant for Mary Forbes, a young lady from St. George's, who was just approaching her 18th birthday.…


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Fern Island Camp, 1931

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the October 1931 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  Fern Island becomes, every summer, a rendezvous for youth. Early evening brings to this…

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Tommy Fox, The “King” of St. David’s

This article originally appeared in the December 1940 issue of The Bermudian.  In the parlour of his two-story home on the south shore of St. David’s Island, old Tommy Fox cleaned and pared his fingernails with a large fishing knife.…