The Lynden Pindling Exhibit: the Man, the Dream, the Moment

Shananda Miller Hinsey


The Sir Lynden O. Pindling Room at the Harry C. Moore Library and Information Centre of The College of The Bahamas contains an exhibit of over 260 items, including personal effects, gifts, gowns, photographs, speeches and publications. The items included in this special exhibit space are resources that scholars, students and the public may use to research the legacy of the former prime minister and, by extension, the history of The Bahamas.


Bahamian history; Pindling, Lynden O. (Lynden Oscar, 1930-2001; Bahamas - Politics and government - 20th century; Prime ministers - Bahamas - Biography

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Beardsley Roker, P. (Ed.). (2000). The vision of Sir Lynden Pindling in his own words: Letters and speeches, 1948-1997. Creative Edge.

College of The Bahamas. (2013). Exhibition room heralds Sir Lynden: The man, the vision, the dream [Press release].

Cooper, T. (Director). (2014). The Black Moses: The L. O. Pindling story [Motion picture]. Y-Feye Media, Black Apple International.

Craton, M. (2002). Pindling: The life and times of the first prime minister of The Bahamas, 1930-2000. Macmillan Caribbean.

Prasch, A. M. (2013). Presidential temples: How memorials and libraries shape public memory, by B. Hufbauer [Book review]. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 16(1), 198-202.

Strachan, I. G. (2000). Columbus’s ghost: Tourism, art and national identity in The Bahamas. IDB Cultural Center, 37, 7.


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