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Sunken Treasure

SUNKEN TREASURE (ran July 1969) The potent lure of sunken or buried treasure can infect man during his childhood when he reads such heady yarns as “Treasure Island”, and it can stay with him long after he has reached staid maturity. (more…)


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Mystery of a Spanish Wreck

MYSTERY OF A SPANISH WRECK (ran April 1974) By William Edward Lockhurst This article is an abridged version of an article originally printed in The Bermudian in April 1941. Ed. (more…)


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The Bermudian Looks Back 30 years: 1969-1939

FROM THE CROWS NEST, MARCH 1969 With this number this sheet enters its 40th year of publication and, as in former anniversary issues, we take a look backward at Bermuda 30 years ago. (more…)


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The Colour of Tourism Part 2

In the advent of Bermuda tourism, the island was strategically promoted as the ideal playground for affluent (white) Americans. Part II   There were other dimensions to maintaining the racial idyll of Bermuda tourism. Whites coming to Bermuda had to…


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Fashioning Our Heritage

One of the great attractions on Bermuda Day is watching the Gombey troupes come out in full force for the parade. With their colourful costumes and distinctive heart-throbbing drumbeat, the Gombeys have been dancing and entertaining Bermuda for centuries. The Gombey…

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The Colour of Tourism Part 1