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John Brewer’s Bay The cave set high above the Estate of John Brewers Bay on the Western end of St. […]Read More
The Sloop, Sora This little yacht arrived at the Creque Marine Railway for cleaning and painting in 1942. She was […]Read More
The Swedish American liner, M/V Kungsholm, looked like one of the largest ships in the world when it was anchored in tiny […]Read More
Margie Creque 🌺 Family Story: True or Not? Have you ever been told a fascinating story about a member of […]Read More
Creque’s Alley Number 3 This alley, located in St. Thomas, was said to be haunted during the 1930s. 👻 My […]Read More
The American Red Cross Society Did you know that the American Red Cross has been working in the Virgin Islands […]Read More
Armistice Day “On that grey, November morning when the news flashed around the world that war had ceased, humanity gave […]Read More
The Virgin Islands in Old Photographs This is a wonderful video posted by Etienne A. Gibbs with old photographs collected […]Read More
The History of Creque’s Alley Did you know that Creque’s Alley was named for the Main Street merchant, Henry O. […]Read More
Ira Harrington Smith Have you heard of the artist, Ira Harrington Smith? Ira was a very talented painter whose prized […]Read More
The National Flower of the US Virgin Islands The Yellow Cedar is the National flower of the US Virgin Islands. […]Read More
Jim Tillet Are you familiar with the unique batik prints created by the artist, Jim Tillet? He made one-of-a-kind batik […]Read More
Market Square, US Virgin Islands © Smithsonian American Art Museum I love discovering artwork from the Virgin Islands, especially unique […]Read More
The Tramway Cablecars The Tramway was the Caribbean’s biggest attraction when it opened in the 1960s in St. Thomas. This […]Read More
Visitors have loved the Virgin Islands since they first started arriving on steamers at the turn of the century. Others […]Read More
Here’s an interesting book about the history of St. John that I’m planning on reading this summer. Below you’ll find […]Read More
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