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Museum Through the welcoming doorway of this old museum is an intriguing time capsule that transports the visitor back in […]Read More
New Book Launching I recently attended a fascinating presentation on the launching of a new book about the fate of […]Read More
Manatees Found In Tortola Learn more about Manatees at amazon.com Follow Our Blog! You can sign up easily here. […]Read More
Note: This image is a part of the Estus H. Magoon Collection, Item No. 1398. It is not an actual […]Read More
Those were the days when all you needed was the name of the addressee and the island to send postcards. […]Read More
Imagine saying farewell to your loved one at the dock as they boarded a boat, then discovering later that they […]Read More
During the 1990s, my husband and I opened a beach bar on an uninhabited island in the British Virgin Islands. […]Read More
ON THIS DAY, the costliest and deadliest hurricane of 1867, hit the British Virgin Islands and the Danish West Indies! […]Read More
St. Thomas was struck by one of the most destructive hurricanes in the history of the Danish West Indies! ⚡ The […]Read More
It was Thursday, June 22nd, the Coronation Day of George the Fifth, when a little sailing canoe anchored in the […]Read More
During the 1920s, the schooner, Zurah was captained by the beloved Samuel Sewer. His vessel was an important link in the inter-island trade. ⚓ When repairs were […]Read More
Queen Elizabeth II visits the British Virgin Islands By Valerie Sims In 1977, my uncle, Ron Walker, photographed Queen Elizabeth […]Read More
Harvest Festival celebrations were an integral part of life in the British Virgin Islands! It was a time when families appreciated […]Read More
During the summer of 1912, many seasonal sugarcane laborers from the British Virgin Islands, working in the Dominican Republic, returned […]Read More
The history of the Creque family is filled with intrigue and adventure! However, it also has its fair share of calamities. Six branches […]Read More
Ever wonder what the inter-island sloops were transporting below in their holds? Some may think it contraband and many times […]Read More
For many years members of our family enjoyed the annual August festival in Tortola! Here is an excerpt of an article written by W. […]Read More
Boat racing was one of the sports our great-grandparents loved watching! In 1937, hundreds of spectators enjoyed watching a sailboat […]Read More
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