Bahamians

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BahamiansBahamians_table_caption_0
Total populationBahamians_header_cell_0_0_0
Regions with significant populationsBahamians_header_cell_0_1_0
United StatesBahamians_header_cell_0_2_0 56,498 (2015)Bahamians_cell_0_2_1
CanadaBahamians_header_cell_0_3_0 3,675 (2016)Bahamians_cell_0_3_1
United KingdomBahamians_header_cell_0_4_0 1,797 (2001)Bahamians_cell_0_4_1
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Bahamians are an people originating or having roots from The Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Bahamians_sentence_0

One can also become a Bahamian by acquiring citizenship. Bahamians_sentence_1

History Bahamians_section_0

Main article: Battle of the Bahamas Bahamians_sentence_2

Main article: History of the Bahamas Bahamians_sentence_3

Culture Bahamians_section_1

Main article: Culture of the Bahamas Bahamians_sentence_4

Main article: Music of the Bahamas Bahamians_sentence_5

Main article: Bahamian literature Bahamians_sentence_6

Main article: Bahamian cuisine Bahamians_sentence_7

Main article: Bahamian Creole Bahamians_sentence_8

Olympic Games Bahamians_section_2

See also: Bahamas at the Olympics Bahamians_sentence_9

World Championships in Athletics Bahamians_section_3

See also: Bahamas at the World Championships in Athletics Bahamians_sentence_10

Notable Bahamians Bahamians_section_4

Main article: List of Bahamians Bahamians_sentence_11

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  • Sidney Poitier, first Black male to win an Oscar, first black American actor to win Best Actor, first black American actor to be nominated for best actor.Bahamians_item_0_0

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