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March 31, 2016 at the Bahamas Historical Society Museum
Event Description: “On Thursday 31st March at 6pm Dr Portia Jordan will present 'Reflections of Bahamian Folklore and Natural Cures.' Dr. Jordan is the recipient of a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, a Master in Education Administration, a Master of Science in International Development Education, a Ph.D. in Bilingual Multicultural Education and a Post-Doctoral Fulbright Scholar Award in Educational Research. She has written numerous scholarly articles as well as authored five books including: 'The Crack of Dawn,' (a romance novel), 'Nature's Remedies,' 'Herbal Medicine and Home Remedies,' 'Mr. Manners Returns to the Caribbean' and 'Mind Games: A Biblical, Scientific and Personal Perspective.' We look forward to seeing you there.” — Read more: Bahamas Historical Society.com and Bahamas Historical Society-Facebook
Mission Statement: “The Bahamas Historical Society is a non-profit cultural and educational organisation dedicated to stimulating interest in Bahamian History and to the collection and preservation of material relating to that history.” — Visit our website: Bahamas Historical Society.com and Bahamas Historical Society-FacebookFor further information: Bahamas Historical Society.com and Bahamas Historical Society-Facebook.