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Places Named After Alexander Bustamante
(Jamaica's First Prime Minister)
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The first prime minister after independent Jamaica, Sir Alexander Bustamante, along with his cousin, Norman Washington Manley, are considered the key architects of modern Jamaica.
And his name name, life and legacy lives on in the hearts of Jamaicans with daily reminders from tangible evidences around us.
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The following are some of the most notable institutions and places named after Alexander Bustamante.
See also: Places Named After Marcus Garvey
13 Institutions & Places Named After Alexander Bustamante
The Bustamante Square In Lucea Hanover
The Bustamante Hospital for Children (Arthur Wint Dr, Kingston) The Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU) The Bustamante Museum (24 Tucker Ave, Kingston) The Bustamante Highway (In Clarendon) The Bustamante Statue The Bustamante High School (Lionel Town, Clarendon) The Bustamante Heritage Site (At his birthplace in Blenheim, Hanover) The Bustamante Square (In the town of Lucea, Hanover) The Bustamante Foundation The Bustamante Institute of Public and International Affairs The Bustamante Bridge (between Kingston & St. Thomas) Port Bustamante Wharf in Kingston, & even... The Bustamante Backbone (a hard-grated Jamaican coconut and sugar snack)
And? Do you know of any other? I'd love to hear from you. Please share it in the comments section below.
And Did You Know?
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Did you know that...
Sir Alexander Bustamante (Busta) is still Jamaica's only living hero? Meaning the status was ascribed to him during his living years! The only of our seven (7) national heroes! He worked as a policeman in Cuba and as a dietician at the New York City hospital before he returned to Jamaica and got into politics? That was in 1919 at the hospital for joint disease in New York City. He came to the attention of the Jamaican public through the letters he wrote to the Jamaica Gleaner? Tomato juice and cod liver oil had to be delivered to him daily while in prison? He was that particular about his health. One of his popular quotes was, " Ignorance is accepted where wisdom is not expected".
I've dedicated an entire page on him though, be sure to
read it at this link.
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Shakespeare-Blackmore, Keisha., Sir Alexander Bustamante, The Jamaica Gleaner, http://old.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20070903/flair/flair2.html. "Sweet & dandy - The history of Jamaican sweets", http://old.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20090207/features/features5.html Henry, Balford, "OJ for Cliff Stone after 50 years of service to nation", http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/oj-for-cliff-stone-after-50-years-of-service-to-nation_107794?profile=1606&template=MobileArticle "Haiti And St Thomas Stigmatised", http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20100430/cleisure/cleisure5.html Black, Clinton V., History Of Jamaica Olive Senior, Encylopedia of Jamaican Heritage "Sir Alexander Bustamante", https://jis.gov.jm/information/heroes/sir-alexander-bustamante-2/ (link) Other Pages Related To Places Named After Alexander Bustamante
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