• At Freedom's Helm: Labour, Politics and Family in 19th Century Bermuda
    11th Annual Dr. Kenneth E. Robinson/Cyril Outerbridge Packwood Memorial Lecture ON Thursday 21 July, 6 p.m. (reception to follow) SPEAKER: Jay Butler, Assistant Professor of Law, William and Mary Law School AT Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute

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  • 2016 Emancipation Celebration
    2016 Emancipation Celebration

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  • Bermudian Heartbeats
    Lecture Series April 2016 - March 2017. The Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series features a monthly event highlighting our island's rich historical and cultural heritage, for Bermuda residents and visitors alike.

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Mary Prince, a Bermudian woman who was born and raised in slavery in Brackish Pond, Devonshire, was the first Bermudian raised in slavery to write an account of slavery in Bermuda which she did when she went to England

(The Story of Mary Prince, by Mary Prince )