What did slaves do in Bermuda?

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Slaves in Bermuda did what most other slaves did. They did labor and domestic chores, as well as acted as personal attendants to the wealthy. Slavery was outlawed in Bermuda in 1807.
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Where is the Bermuda Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangle is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, and regarded as anything between a series of three lines connecting Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and Miami. The tip of Florida is considered to be a part of "The Bermuda Triangle." It is formed by three islands or geographi (MORE)

Who is the Premier of Bermuda?

Paula Cox is the Premier of Bermuda. She became the 12th Premier of Bermuda on 2010 October 29 as leader of the Progressive Labour Party (PLP).

Where is Bermuda located?

Bermuda Archipelago is located in the Atlantic Ocean at approx. 1 000 km from the Southern Coast of United States.

What and where is the Bermuda Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangle is an area of ocean where many planes, ships, and boats have gone missing without a trace. Craft that venture into the area are sometimes never heard from again. Bermuda, Miami, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico form the points of the Triangle. But vessels vanish all over th (MORE)

What state is Bermuda in?

Bermuda is not part of the United States, and is not in any state. It is an overseas territory of Great Britain, and is about 640 miles East of North Carolina, in the Atlantic Ocean.

What is Bermuda?

Bermuda is an of island in the Atlantic Ocean, it lies about 570 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. It is about 21 square miles.. It is a beautiful island and a popular tourist attraction. The sand of the beaches are pink. The people are friendly and very hospitable. It's a perfect t (MORE)

What is the capital of Bermuda?

The capital of Bermuda is Hamilton. The capital was St. George'suntil 1815, and it was changed to Hamilton. The capitol, and largest city is Hamilton Hamilton

What is the Bermuda-Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangle is a triangular area that has points at Cuba, Bermuda isles and Florida. There are different ideas as to how exactly ships and planes sink sink in this are. People speculate that it is the USAF, natural occurences, sea monsters and aliens.

What is the Bermuda triangel?

The bermuder triandle is a magnatic force that is so strong that ittakes everything that goes in its area aircraft,boats even peoplebutts

What is Bermuda famous for?

The Bermuda rig, Bermuda sloops, stormy weather, and Bermuda onions, most obviously. Bermuda grass is actually from the Mediterranean. Bermuda shorts were introduced to Bermuda by the army. Gosling Brothers' Bermuda Black Seal rum is a blend of rums imported from the West Indies (rum has never bee (MORE)

What is a Bermuda onion?

A Bermuda onion is a bulb-shaped, purply-red skinned onion, which is sweet and mild. For more information, and a drawing of the Bermuda, see the Related Link.

What is the Bermuda?

Bermuda . A small group if islands in the Atlantic off the Carolina coast, British Colony, a popular resort

Where is Bermuda?

Bermuda is in the middle of the northern Atlantic Ocean about 700 miles EAST of North Carolina. It is not in the Caribbean although many sources place it there.

What is the money of Bermuda?

It is the Bermuda dollar and is the same in value to the US dollar - however it can only be used in Bermuda (Unlike the US $)

How do you get around in Bermuda?

By public bus, taxi, ferry, or you can rent a bike (or as foreigners call them, mopeds). You cannot have a car unless you are a resident. So no renting of cars.. You can also rent bicycle's, or use your own two feet, as its only 22 miles long.

How big is Bermuda?

Bermuda is 27 percent water, and has a total area of 20.6 squaremiles. The population is approximately 64,237, and the officiallanguage is English.

How did Bermuda get its name?

BRITISH TERRITORY colony of 300 coral islands. Bermuda means charming. From spanish explorer Juan de Bermudez 1503

Divorce in Bermuda?

Divorce in Bermuda is based upon the UK legal system. There are very few grounds for divorce and there is no such thing as NO FAULT divorce as in USA and Canda, or even other jurisdictions. . The most common ground for divorce is Unreasonable Behaviour. It must be documented to demonstrate that the (MORE)

What a Bermuda triangle?

According to ancient myths and believes Mysterious activities and events occurred in this region near the Carribean sea.Many ships and aircraft's have sunk in this region which formed this triangle.There are numerous theories and doubts about this unexplainable place.The main causes of these are not (MORE)

Words from Bermuda?

In stead of saying "man" as in 'hey, man' or 'whats up, man?' You say 'bye' 'hey, bye' or 'whats up, bye?' also some rare words are 'peasin' (as in 'get peasin, bye') means hurry up, and knighted means you've got a bad attitude ( 'ya real knighted this mornin') Another old word is 'do' which comes f (MORE)

Does it snow in Bermuda?

No it does not I live there it is not the gulf stream it is becausewe are on the hot spot of the crust

What is the Bermuda food?

As aBermudian i can tell you that our cuisine is a mix of Jamaican food, food from the West Indies and other countries in the Caribbean with our own unique twist. We also eat KFC etc.

Who has a surname of Bermuda?

There is a small 5th generation family in the Philippines that uses Bermuda as their surname, the considered 3rd generation patriarch Lorenzo T. Bermuda died last December 16, 2008 at the age of 95.

Is Bermuda in the US?

Bermuda is an Island and is not part of the United States. Looking for a job while visiting Bermuda is not permitted. Bermuda has a very active and determined Department of Immigration, which is used by the Government to do two things. First, it is charged with ensuring that Bermudian workers are no (MORE)

What is the Bermuda triange?

The Bermuda Triangle is a made of three island. It is said that ships and planes that go through it vanish unexpectedly.Never to be seen again.

What region is Bermuda in?

Bermuda has been under British rule since 1707. Even though it's far from other Caribbean islands, Bermuda became an associate member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in 2003.

Who is the king of Bermuda?

There is no king of Bermuda.. It is self governing - we have a premiere currently Ewart Brown. Bermuda is an overseas territory of the UK so strictly speaking there is a Queen - good old Lizzy!

When is summer in Bermuda?

Summer in Bermuda, if I'm not mistaken, is the same as in the states though summer holiday tends to start a week or so after in Bermuda than it does in the states. But yeah. People tend to say that here (I live in Bermuda) that summer officially starts on June 1st but it does begin to get hot before (MORE)

What is Bermuda made of?

Well, Bermuda the island is made up of smaller islands and the main part of Bermuda is made up of a volcano not active any longer. Hop this helped!

Who colonized Bermuda?

british colonized Bermuda in 1580 Bermuda did one of the best things to british empire british became wordls powerful country if there was no Bermuda british wouldn't be worlds powerful people cause of Bermuda east India company was built in 1612 _1947

Who is in control of Bermuda?

nobody controls the barmuda triangle. its is said that about more than 60 years ago, when the world war 2 finished, an airplane was heading off a place than come and was sepposed to come back, but it dissapeared.this is because the leader was navigating wrong. He and his crew flew out of the barmuda (MORE)

What is the Bermuda Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangle is a large section of sea in the Atlanticocean where planes and boats have mysteriously sunk or gonemissing. No one knows why even today. Another opinion: If you mean the nonsense zone that would moreaccurately be described as the United States of America Rectangle,it's an absur (MORE)

Is Bermuda real?

Yes, Bermuda is a real place. Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory. The population of Bermuda is approx. 68,265. That number is increased by nearly 600,000 visitors that regularly travel to Bermuda every year; it is a very popular vacation destination. All of the major cruise lines and airlines t (MORE)

What does Bermuda dislike?

Bermuda is an island with a geographic location and not sentient, therefore it does not have likes and dislikes.

How did the Bermuda triangle get were it is?

The reason the Bermuda Triangle is located where it is now is because that is where disappearances of ships and planes are said to take place. Nobody actually laid out the borders, like they did for continents or countries, that was just where it was.

What are the Bermuda customs?

HM Customs (Her Majesty's Customs Department) is the government agency in Bermuda tasked with collecting taxes on imported goods, as well as with preventing the importation of contraband (eg. illegal drugs, weapons, and pornography).

What wars were Bermuda in?

Bermuda has been a combatant in every war declared by the Kingdom of England between 1609 and 1707; every war declared by the Kingdom of Great Britain between 1707 and 1800; every war declared by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland between 1800 and 1927; and every war declared by the Uni (MORE)

What is the Bermuda Trianle?

ou won't find it on any official map and you won't know when you cross the line, but according to some people, the Bermuda Triangle is a very real place where dozen of ships, planes and people have disappeared with no good explanation. Since a magazine first coined the phrase "Bermuda Triangle" in 1 (MORE)

Can you drive to Bermuda?

If you like crossing many countries and using a lot of ferries over a very long time and off roading then yes.

Does Bermuda have art?

Yes, of course. Everyplace has art. It might not be the same kindor appreciated by the same people, but all communities create somekind of art. See the related link for an Art Museum in Bermuda.