Preservation and the future of the Bahamian past:
Jackson, Christopher Cory
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While the material remains of past human activity and the evolution of traditional cultural activities have been the focus of much scholarship regarding the history of The Bahamas, very little has been said regarding preservation, promotion and interpretation of such resources. Experiencing spaces, places and activities associated with specific strands of history offer the Bahamian observer unique opportunities to gain insights into their own culture and character. This thesis explores the wealth of cultural heritage resources on San Salvador Island in order to analyze how such resources could be managed to affectively reveal the breadth of The Bahamas' unique history and culture.