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The Story Behind the Book Friends, I don’t usually write a blog post about myself, but I wanted to share […]Read More
Congratulations to Lavelle, a beautiful Virgin Islander who has just published her first book! I heard her interview with Petter […]Read More
The History of the Reef Bay Estate House So much of St. John’s history has been lost over time. The […]Read More
Denis Bay Dennis Bay, situated on the northern end of St. John, has a beautiful, sandy beach. A long time ago, […]Read More
St. John, US Virgin Islands Cruz Bay, From Conquest to Exploitation A Forgotten History by David W. Knight Sr. For […]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
Can you name the national flower of the USVI? It’s the Yellow Cedar! It’s sometimes called Ginger Thomas, but its […]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
Everything is just as I hoped! I often wonder what visitors think of our beautiful islands. Perusing eBay for some of […]Read More
There’s a new book about the history of the Virgin Islands with a focus on St. John available! It’s […]Read More
Caneel Bay Caneel Bay Caneel Bay ~ 1958 ⛱ In a postcard home to family, a visitor at Caneel Bay, […]Read More
Today in VI History On this day, March 18, 1931, the first civilian governor of the US Virgin Islands was […]Read More
Margaret Casey Gates Casey’s Sketchbook Discovered in a faded black notebook at the Archives of American Art in Washington DC […]Read More
Our Lady of Mount Carmel This chapel has been our family’s favorite place of worship for a very long time. […]Read More