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  13. Haitian ex-patriot André Toussaint moved to Nassau, Bahamas in the 1950s performing as a singer-guitarist for the tourist and lounge crowd.…

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  15. Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks, November 25, 1895, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago – August 6, 1977, New York, USA) was a prominent…

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