Do you know... why Bermudians are nicknamed 'Onions'? by Horst Augustinovic During the 1800s, onions, arrowroot, potatoes, celery, tomatoes, beets, carrots and later Easter Lilies were important export crops from Bermuda. Bermudian seamen became known
Featured above: The Governor, General Sir James Willcocks is helped on board the Curtis Jenny seaplane in Hamilton Harbour. On May 22, 1919 - The First Plane Flew Over Bermuda It was a Burgess-Curtiss N-9H
Do you know... About General Russell Hasting and the Bermuda Easter Lilies? by Horst Augustinovic Lieutenant Russell C. Hastings The sixth of eight children, Russell Hastings was born in Greenfield, Massachusetts in
The National Museum of Bermuda, Shipwreck Island, Sunken Clues to Bermuda’s Past exhibit explores life aboard ship, the people who discovered the shipwrecks, marine archaeology and the importance of protecting our underwater cultural heritage for future generations.
From the earliest recording made by Christopher Columbus in 1492 to the most recent missing vessel in 1991, countless ships and aircrafts have strangely disappeared into the Ocean’s abyss without a trace ... Learn more at BUEI’s Ocean Discovery Centre while you unlock the secrets of the mysterious phenomenon that is The Bermuda Triangle.
The Commemorative Stamp Series, Bermuda National Trust – Historic Homes highlights the following 4 properties and will be available from Thursday February 20th Waterville Waterville, built about 1725 and added in the early