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128p. 3 maps. Contains information on history, geology, climate, vegetation and sightseeing. However, the real highlight of this book is the ninety-six colour plates. The book was also released in 1971 under the title Bermuda in full colour (London: Hale) and in 1972 under the title The Bermuda isles in full color (New York: Hastings House). 19 Bermuda: the summer islands. Anne Bolt. Geographical Magazine, vol. 31, no. 12 (April 1959), p. 587-97. In this well-illustrated article, Bolt touches on history, geology, climate, agriculture, the economy, architecture and tourism.
A 1978 Royal Commission recommended early independence for Bermuda, but the majority of the population at the time did not support this proposal. 9 per cent supported it. Whether or not Bermuda becomes an independent nation, the House of Assembly, one of the oldest parliaments in the world, will, for the foreseeable future, continue to promote Bermuda as a haven for tourists and an international business centre. The bibliography Although selective, this bibliography does identify those books, periodical articles, magazines and newspapers which collectively provide a very thorough source of information about Bermuda.
Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, vol. 33, no. 3 (1901), p. 242-48. In this good, concise, early introduction to Bermuda, Bristol comments on geography and geology, population, industry and agriculture, government, religion, education, and flora and fauna. Page 8 Geography 35 The mapping of Bermuda: a bibliography of printed maps and charts 1548-1970. Margaret Palmer, edited by R. V. Tooley. Paget, Bermuda: Nicholas Lusher, 1988. 3rd rev. ed. 73p. 41 maps. A brief introduction and history precede detailed annotations to 125 printed maps dating from 1548 to 1970.