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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 bringing it back! Each week, we'll feature a different photograph and it's your job to guess! The first person to guess correctly will win a one-year subscription to The Bermudian. This week's winner will be notified via email.   [ss-promo…


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Off Nonsuch, 1934

It wasn't an expedition for the claustrophobic. Two and a quarter tons of steel dangled from a cable less than an inch thick. The four-foot-wide interior had to accommodate not only the two men, but bulky technical equipment, oxygen tanks,…


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A Pauper’s Holiday

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared in the September 1933 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  Miss Scoville, who recently was graduated from Vassar College, wanted to see Bermuda. She…


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The Significance of Spanish Point

From temporary settlements made by the Spanish in 1603 to the arrival of the naval Commander-in-Chief of the American and West Indies Station at Admiralty House, Spanish Point has had its role in Bermuda’s history. Look at Spanish Point on…


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Vintage Pan Am Bermuda Posters

Pan American World Airways made its first flight to the island on August 16, 1937. Although no longer in operation, Pan Am was synonymous with glamour and luxury and the heyday of Bermuda's tourism industry. Boarding a Pan Am flight…

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Men of Stone

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the May 2003 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.  For more than three centuries, stone cutting was a steady, even lucrative source of…