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V.I. History: Legacy of the Senepol Cow and St. Croix White Hair Sheep

The Senepol cow and the St. Croix white hair sheep have been a part of U.S. Virgin Islands history since the 1800s, and on Thursday, veterinarian Bethany Bradford and her team discussed their legacy during a livestreamed event.

V.I. History: St. John’s Southside Road Renamed for Calypsonian, Businessman Rudolph “Pimpy” Thomas, Jr.

Rudolph "Pimpy" Thomas was a St. John fixture, musician, sportsman, businessman, family man and policeman at various times in his life. For all the people he touched and lives he enriched, the Legislature passed a resolution renaming Cruz Bay's South Side Road in his honor.
The Dollar fo’ Dollar tour passes through Emancipation Garden. (Priscilla Hintz Rivera photo)

USVI Commemorating 172 Years Since Emancipation with Virtual Concerts, Marches and More

Events marking Emancipation Day will be held on St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix.
Students on St. Thomas wear their V.I. History shirts on Feb. 28. (V.I. Department of Education photo)

T-Shirt Teaches a Little V.I. History *Update – Here’s How You Can Buy One Too*

St. Thomas school students rocked a new T-shirt commemorating influential Virgin Islanders, from the first elected governor to basketball great Tim Duncan. The idea to design the shirts came from Brenda Fredericks and Nosakere Richardson.





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