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  1. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Concise History by Don Munton, David A. Welch, 2006-07-13
  2. The Pride of Havana: A History of Cuban Baseball by Roberto González Echevarría, 2001-05-24
  3. Afro-Cuban Diasporas in the Atlantic World (Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora) by Solimar Otero, 2010-07-01
  4. A History of the Cuban Republic a Study in Hispanic American Politics by Charles Edward Chapman, 2005-04-30
  5. Our History Is Still Being Written: The Story of Three Chinese-Cuban Generals in the Cuban Revolution by Armando Choy; Gustavo Chui; Moises Sio Wong, 2006-01-15
  6. Cubans In America: A Vibrant History of a People in Exile by Alex Anton, Roger E. Hernandez, 2003-05-01
  7. When Angels Wept: A What-If History of the Cuban Missile Crisis by Eric G. Swedin, 2010-08-31
  8. Essays in Cuban Intellectual History (New Concepts in Latino American Cultures) by Rafael Rojas, 2008-02-15
  9. Forging Diaspora: Afro-Cubans and African Americans in a World of Empire and Jim Crow (Envisioning Cuba) by Frank Andre Guridy, 2010-05-15
  10. Adrift: The Cuban Raft People by Alfredo A. Fernandez, 2001-04
  11. The Cuban Missile Crisis: To the Brink of War (Snapshots in History series) by Byrne, PaulJ., 2006-06-01
  12. The Cuban Missile Crisis in American History by Paul Brubaker, 2001-03
  13. Cuban Jewish Journeys: Searching For Identity Home & History In Miami by Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, 2000-12-15
  14. The Cuban Missile Crisis (World History) by Catherine Hester Gow, 1997-03

1. Timeline Of Cuban History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Precolonial Cuba. 5300 BC or earlier. Initial colonization of the Antilles by archaic hunter gatherers. Colonial Cuba 15th century. 1492 October 28 Christopher Columbus lands
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  • Pre-colonial Cuba Colonial Cuba
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    • 5300 BC or earlier. Initial colonization of the Antilles by archaic hunter gatherers.
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    • October 28 Christopher Columbus lands in east Cuba. 1494 Columbus returns to Cuba and sails along the south coast.
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    • Sebastián de Ocampo circumnavigates Cuba, confirming that it is an island. 1510 Spanish set out from Hispaniola . The conquest of Cuba begins. 1511 The first governor of Cuba, the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar leads a group of settlers in Baracoa 1512 Indigenous Cuban resistance leader Hatuey is burned at the stake. Havana founded as San Cristóbal de la Habana. 1523 Emperor Charles V authorizes 4,000 gold pesos for the construction of cotton mills. 1527 First African Slaves arrive in Cuba. 1532 First Slave rebellion is crushed. 1537 French fleet briefly occupy Havana Governor of Cuba relocates to Havana. 1538 Slave rebellion of African and indigenous slaves is crushed.

2. Jewish Cuban History
History of the Jews in Cuba Wikipedia, the History of the Jews in Cuba. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation, search.
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3. Cuban History
One Hell of a Gamble Khrushchev, Castro, $19.95 $13.57. Based on classified Soviet archives, including the files of Nikita Khrushchev and the KGB, One Hell of a Gamble
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    Cuban music
    The Caribbean island of Cuba has developed a wide range of creolized musical styles, based on its cultural origins in Europe and Africa. Since the nineteenth century its music has been hugely popular and influential throughout the world. It has been perhaps the most popular form of world music
    Mark Cuban
    Mark Cuban (born July 31, 1958) is an American entrepreneur. He is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, an NBA basketball team, owner of Landmark Theatres, and Chairman of HDNet, an HDTV cable network. Biography Mark Cuban was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and grew up in the Pittsburgh
    Cuban cuisine
    Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisine s. Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. This results in a unique, interesting and flavorful blend of the several different cultural
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4. Cuban History - Cubafrom Sprachcaffe Language Courses Abroad
The island of Cuba has a very rich cultural background and past to tell about.
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Overview History The island of Cuba has a very rich cultural background and past to tell about. From the original Ciboney who first inhabited the island in the Caribbean Sea to its colonization by the Spanish and subsequent independence, the Cubans have had a tumultuous past, and Cuba has played significant roles in many international scenarios, such as the Cuban missile crisis. Cuba’s history naturally influences the island’s current state of affairs, which involves a somewhat precarious economy and delicate political situations.
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5. Cuban History - Ask Questions And Get Answers - Blurtit
Cuban History Questions and Answers Including What Do You Know About The Cuban Cultural History? What Is Land Bridges Theory?
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7. Cuban History - Pre Hispanic Cuba - Learn Spanish Abroadfrom Sprachcaffe Langua
The first human inhabitants to allegedly have settled on the island of Cuba were a people known as the Ciboney, indigenous Americans from Central and South America who were mainly
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The first human inhabitants to allegedly have settled on the island of Cuba were a people known as the Ciboney, indigenous Americans from Central and South America who were mainly fishermen and hunter-gatherers. They had no agricultural techniques whatsoever and their tools and other implements were rather primitive. Soon other peoples migrated to Cuba, primarily from the Guianas in South America and the Orinoco basin in Venezuela. They were Arawak Indians who were considerably more evolved - they introduced many useful techniques to the area such as boat-building and cultivation of crops and they were skilled in making pottery and artifacts using wood. These agricultural people called themselves the Taino, although they are known as Arawak Indians and numbered over 90 000 by the time that Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492. History Pre-Hispanic Cuba
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8. Cuban History: Missle Crisis
Timeline and commentary on the missile crisis, from a Marxist perspective.
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Marxist History: Cuba: Subject: Missile Crisis Sources:
National Security Archive: The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
National Security Archive: Electronic Briefing Book No. 20
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists: Vol. 55, No. 6, p. 66
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists: Vol. 56, No. 2, p. 79
Federation of American Scientists: Nuclear Forces Guide
Federation of American Scientists: Intelligence Resource Program: Cuban Missile Crisis
U.S. State Department: Kennedy-Khrushchev Exchanges
Cuba and the United States: A Chronological History, by Jane Franklin
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Copyleft: Cuban History Archive (marxists.org) 2000. Permission is granted to copy and/or distribute this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License Contents: Preface: U.S. Nuclear Deployment throughout the World 6 k U.S. Invasion of the Bay of Pigs 26 k Towards the Deployment of Nuclear Missiles in Cuba 21 k Oct. 1962: The Missile Crisis 31 k 25 k Cuban History Archive

9. History Of Cuba - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
with his straight Ta no hair and very dark skin, often lightened in later photographs, was known as El Mulato Lindo . He was the first and only mulatto leader in Cuban history.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Map of the West Indies Mexico and " New Spain " with Cuba in the center drawn by Herman Moll in 1736. The history of Cuba , the largest of Caribbean islands, includes being inhabited by indigenous peoples when Christopher Columbus sighted the island during his first voyage of discovery on 27 October 1492, and claimed it for Spain. Cuba subsequently became a Spanish colony to be ruled by the Spanish governor in Havana , though in 1762 this city was briefly held by Britain before being returned in exchange for Florida . A series of rebellions during the 19th century failed to end Spanish rule. However, increased tensions between Spain and the United States, resulting in the Spanish-American War , finally led to Spanish withdrawal , and in 1902, Cuba gained formal independence. In his book A History of Cuba and its relations with The United States , historian Philip S. Foner writes that Cuba's history:
"has a significance out of proportion to its size. The story of Cuba's struggle for liberatio from four-hundred years of Spanish domination is one of the great epics in history. The struggle for over half a century to change its status from a theoretically independent state, dominated by American imperialism, into a truly independent country is equally inspiring."
Further evidence suggests that the Guanajatabeyes were driven to the west of the island by the arrival of two subsequent waves of migrants, the

10. Cuban Independence Movement (Cuban History) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Cuban Independence Movement (Cuban history), nationalist uprising in Cuba against Spanish rule. It began with the unsuccessful Ten Years’ War (Guerra de los Diez A os; 1868–78
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11. RATB Educational Material
Cuban history presented by the Revolutionary Communist Group.
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12. History Of Cuba - Home Page
The most complete resource for Cuban history, from just before Spanish conquest all the way to present times. You'll find articles, maps, photo galleries and timelines. All the
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Our mission is to provide a clear and detailed journey through the themes, concepts, people and ideas that make up Cuban history.
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Philip S. Foner, 1962 Explore 5 centuries of Cuban history... Cuba wishes to be free in order that here Man may fully realize his destiny, that everyone may work here, and that her hidden riches may be sold in the natural markets of America The Cubans ask no more of the world than the recognition of and respect for their sacrifices. - Jos Mart, May 2, 1895

13. Cuban History: The Treaty Of Zanjon
An overview of Cuban history, up until the Spanish uprising of 1895, which was a cause of the Spanish American War.
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After nearly two centuries of assaults by pirates and foreign adventurers Havana was captured by an English fleet under Lord Albermarle, backed up by fourteen thousand soldiers. Their booty amounted to over three and a half million dollars. In a few months Cuba was restored to Spain, and a new era of peace with great prosperity was inaugurated under the sagacious guidance of Captain-General Las Casas, who entered upon his duties in 1790. The Cubans remained loyal to Spain despite the deposition of the Spanish royal family by Napoleon.
A party of moderates was formed, whose aim was to induce Spain to come to terms granting civil and religious rights to Cuba without impairing its subjection to Spain. This effort ended in a heavier taxation. President Polk expressed American sympathy by his proposal to buy Cuba for a million dollars. In 1858 the Senate raised our bid to thirty million dollars. From 1868 until the interference of the United States over the loss of the Maine the island was in a state of chronic revolt, involving incalculable loss to the people and to Spain, ill to be borne by an impoverished population but unmistakably foreshadowing their speedy ejection of the fool-tyrant. It was admitted in the Spanish Cortes in 1876 that the employment of 145,000 soldiers in eight years in trying to stamp out the revolt had been an utter failure. So it continued until the end. Our selections are taken from "
The war between the Cuban forces, numbering about 60,000, and the 130,000 soldiers from Spain, raged furiously during 1897. There were loud demands from the American people, voiced by the Senate, that the government should in some way intervene, in the interests of justice. It was proposed to recognize the insurgents as belligerents, and demand independence for the island, as Spain had completely failed, after two years of vigorous effort to suppress the rising, to reduce the country to subjection. On the contrary, her methods had inflicted terrible sufferings and industrial ruin upon the non-combatant population.]

14. Cuban History Begins Here
A detailed account of Cuban history beginning in 1492 and proceeding all the way to present times. You can follow the timeline or jump to the many articles, maps and photographs.
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    Cuban History
    When Christopher Columbus arrived in Cuba for the first time on the 27th of October, 1492, and sailed around the Cuban Northeastern coast for forty days, he not only found lush vegetation, but also peaceful and naive aboriginals that presented him with cotton, a sort of spin yarn and small pieces of gold, all of which they would trade for valueless trinkets. Two years later, when he explored the South coast of Cuba during his second trip, the Admiral realized that there were several groups of indigenous inhabitants. The natives from the Eastern region of the country that were traveling with him could not understand the language of those that lived in the Western region. Settlements on the island started four thousand years before this encounter with several migrations: the first wave most likely came from the North through Florida, and then several migration waves most likely came from the Orinoco River through the arc of the Antilles. Spanish settlers established the raising of cattle, sugarcane, and tobacco as Cuba's primary economic pursuits. As the native Indian population died out, African slaves were imported to work the ranches and plantations. Slavery was abolished in 1886.
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    17. Cuban History Timeline: 1492 Thru 1775
    A timetable covering over 500 years of Cuban history, from the Spanish arrival in 1492 to the present.
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    Early History
    3500 BC The first humans arrive in Cuba. 1250 AD Taino Indians arrive from the east.
    Spain's King Ferdinand V and Queen Isabella ask permission of Pope Sixtus IV to begin the Spanish Inquisition.
    Tomas de Torquemada becomes the inquisitor-general for most of Spain. He is believed to be responsible for the execution of 2,000 Spaniards in the next 15 years.
    August 3. With three ships, (aka Christopher Columbus) sails into the unknown. lands in Cuba, claims island for Spain.
    May 3. The Spanish Pope (Alexander VI) confirms Spanish claims to all lands "discovered" or "to be discovered" in the Western Ocean. May 4. Pope Alexander VI issues a series of bulls that assigns a fixed dividing line (known as the Demarcation Line) between the possessions of Spain and Portugal. It runs 100 leagues west of the Cape Verde Isles. The region laying east of this line is to be settled by the Portuguese, and the territory to the west is to belong to Spain. August 26. Pope Alexander VI issues a secret bull, the Dudum Siguidem, which nullifies any previous papal orders that had favored the Portuguese regarding the new world.

    18. Cuban History
    Offers a brief history of Cuba and links to other sources.
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    Let the wine be made of plantains. If it turns out bitter, it is still our wine. It is understood that the forms of government of a country must be adapted to that country's nature, that absolute ideas must be expressed in relative forms or formal errors will bring their downfall, that for liberty to work, it must be sincere and complete, that if a republic does not open its arms to all and advance with all, the republic dies. Tigers, both from within and without, come in through the chinks. Jose Marti
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    Figure 1.Much of the history of Cuba is associated with one crop.sugar. This crop made even small Caribbean islands valuable. Africans were imported as slaves as a labor force. Cuba is one of the countries with an ideal climate for the crop. Castro claimed that an economy based on Cuba allowed capitalist countries to explot Cuba. Then he changed his mind and focused a hufe national effort to produce 10 million tons. To support the Cuban economy, the Soviets bought huge quantities of sugar at above market prices. This is a post card mailed from Havana in 1937.
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    Most of Spain's American colonies achieved independence during or after the Naoleonic Wars of the early 19th century. Spain held on to Cuba and and Puertp Rico afer defeats in South and Central Ameruica. Cubans began their struggke for indeopendence at mid-century. The first major armed action was the War of the Ten Years (1868-1878). A poorly equipped army of 8,000 Cubans fought a valiant struggle against aell-armed Spanish army which suffered some 80,000 casualties. The revolutionaries which failed to fight a centrally organized campaign finally had to give up with the Pact of the Trench, although General Antonio Maceo issued the protest of Baragu. A second insurrection was organized by Jose Mart (1895). The Army of Liberation was better irganized than in 1868 and was commanded by General Maximum Go'mez. The Army of Liberation eventually fielded about 50,000 men, but only about half were armed.

    20. A Lo Cubano.
    Information on santeria, Cuban history and culture, and prominent artists, writers, and musicians. In mixed English and Spanish.
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    Alocubano.com is a site to celebrate all thing Cuban to contribute to the understanding of our Culture and Traditions , and in that way add our efforts to the creation of a better World. You'll find La Regla Ocha and the Arts Recipes and Galleries of Cuban painters videos and much more.
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    ... MARCHA POR CUBA by LILI BERNARD- March for Cuba, Echo Park, Los Angeles, 28 March 2010 Cuban cantante Olga Guillot is dead at 87. Olga Guillots death is confirmed is by family today. Olga Guillot died of a heart attack in Miami despite her lifetime wish to return to a free Cuba. Rodolfo Valds Sigler Considerado uno de los mejores actores jvenes de la radio y la TV Cubanas en la dcada de los 70, sali de Cuba rumbo a Colombia, hace 19 aos.....

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