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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Crooked Island is an island and district of the Bahama group of islands lying in a shallow lagoon called the Bight of Acklins, of which the largest are Crooked Island in the north and Acklins in the south-east, and the smaller are Long Cay (once known as Fortune Island) in the north-west, and Castle Island in the south. The islands were settled by American Loyalists in the late 1780s who set cotton plantations employing over 1,000 slaves. After the abolition of slavery in the British Empire these became uneconomical, and the replacement income from sponge diving has now dwindled as well.
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Crooked Island, Bahamas
Local government in the Bahamas, Lagoon, Loyalist (American Revolution), Cotton, Plantation
Dismas Reinald Apostolis
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