Fédon’s Rebellion, quite violently, brought about ‘an end of French power and influence in Grenada’.
Under a state of emergency, Grenada bade a muted farewell to British rule.
On this day in 1885, a school for the secondary education of boys was started by private enterprise in St...
On this day in 1880, male prisoners were moved from the Common Gaol, located in former French military barracks and...
The turbulent events of Bloody Sunday and Bloody Monday represent the climax of the early political violence in Grenada.
On this day, 25 December, Grenadians, along with many people throughout the world, celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ in...
On this day, 7 December 1976, Grenada witnessed its most contentious general elections to date.
The right to vote, which many take for granted, was denied to most Grenadians until 10 October 1951.
On this day, 7 September 2004, Hurricane Ivan devastated Grenada, leaving 34 people dead and wreaking havoc across the islands.
On this day, 1 August 1834, the British government declared all slaves in its colonies to be free.
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