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Journal of the Bahamas Historical Society, Volume 28 (October 2006)

      • John Burton. "A Terra Incognita: Life on Post-Emancipation San Salvador."
      • Gail Saunders. "Nassau, Heritage and the Impact of Tourism."
      • Jim Lawlor. "Paul Albury: Rotarian."
      • William J. Fielding. "Everybody in Nassau Has a Dog, and They Bark All Night: Potcakes, a History."
      • Patrice M. Williams. "Report of the U.S. Consul at Nassau to His Government: The Nassau Guardian, 12 September 1885."
      • Dennis J. Cowles. "Spanish Reaction to the French Huguenot Threat in the New World: A Comment on Stephen Aranha's 'Huguenots in the Bahamas?'"
      • Jane Baxter and John D. Burton. "Building Meaning into the Landscape: Building Design and Use at Polly Hill Plantation, San Salvador, Bahamas."
      • William Keegan. "Book Review of Sampling Many Pots: An Archaeology of Memory and Tradition at a Bahamian Plantation by Laurie Wilkie and Paul Farnsworth."