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To Bermuda Social Studies

Bermuda During the American Revolution __ A good look at Bermuda's role in the American Revolution.  Bermuda remained loyal to the Crown. - From -

Bermuda __ You will find a detailed history of Bermuda with many embedded text links to more material. - From -

Bermuda National Trust __ "For the benefit of Bermuda, to preserve buildings, lands, artefacts and places of beauty or historic interest, and to promote their appreciation."  Learn about the organization, its programs and goals. - illustrated - From -

Bermuda History __ An annotated timeline of important events. - From -

Bermuda History & Heritage __ A history of Bermuda broken down by century is a series of click-to-view articles. - From -


Bermuda Bermuda Maritime Museum __ "The primary mission of the Bermuda Maritime Museum lies in the preservation and exhibition of its collections of artifacts and in the maintenance of the historic buildings and features of the Keep, so entrusted to it by an Act of Parliament. More generally the Museum works to explore, preserve, and interpret Bermuda~ez_rsquo~s history and heritage."  Learn about the museum, its programs and goals. - illustrated - From -

Bermuda History __ A general look at Bermuda's history along with other information about the country. - From -

Bermuda History __ "Bermuda takes its name from the Spanish sea captain Juan de Bermúdez, who first sighted the uninhabited islands around 1503. Though they remained unclaimed, the islands soon became an important navigational landmark for galleons crossing the Atlantic between Spain and the New World."  A colorful history as only Lonely Planet can do it. - From - 

Bermuda's History from 1500 to 1699 __ "How it relates to the United States of America, United Kingdom and Canada"  A very detailed Bermuda history. - illustrated - From -

Bermuda History & Heritage __ You will find a series of click-to-read articles divided by century on Bermuda history. - From -

Category:History of Bermuda __ An index of articles related to Bermuda history found in Wikipedia. - From wikipedia -

History of Bermuda __ "Bermuda was visited by the Europeans in the early sixteenth century, probably in 1503, although the evidence for the exact year, and the identity of the discoverer, is uncertain. It was certainly known by 1511, when Peter Martyr published his Legatio Babylonica, which mentioned Bermuda."  You will find an encyclopedic article with links to additional resources. - From wikipedia -

The history of Bermuda __ Several click-to-read articles covering various aspects of Bermuda history. - From Hartford Web Publishing -

POTSI: Bermuda Military History Index __ Many pages of resources and articles about Bermuda military history. - illustrated - From Unknown - 

Rulers of Bermuda __ A list of Bermuda rulers beginning in 1612. - From -


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