I found some great vintage chairs to redo for my patio. I couldn’t be trusted. Bud was possessed, got out his blow torch, torched and wire brushed the paint that was left. 108 more words
Histories of Enslavement in the Maritime Atlantic: Slave Labour, the Halifax and Bermuda Royal Naval Dockyards, and Shipbuilding in Bermuda and Grand Turk Island
Last week, team member Margot Maddison-MacFadyen visited the Nova Scotia Public Archives and uncovered connections between slavery, the Royal Dockyard at Halifax, and pine masts from the St. 2,630 more words
This is my blog post that appeared earlier this week on EMPIRE TREES CLIMATE. I have reposted it to Storied Lives. It tells stories of enslavement in the Maritime Atlantic, including a story about Prince, the father of Mary Prince. Prince Trimingham was a sawyer owned by Bermudian shipbuilders Francis and Daniel Trimingham. He and another slave, Jim Trimingham, worked on the Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda, in 1796.