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Brief History of Cuba __ Well, it's 'called' brief but it is a fairly lengthy essay about Cuban history. - From -

Cuba History __ "It's thought that humans first cruised from South America to Cuba around 3500 BC. Primarily fishers and hunter-gatherers, these original inhabitants were later joined by the agriculturalist Taino, a branch of the Arawak Indians."  A colorful Cuba history. - From -

cuba history .org - History of Cuban Nation __ A look at the cultural history of Cuba from ancient times to present. - From Kenneth Ritchards -

Cuban History __ A general look at Cuban history. - From - 

History of Cuba __ "TAKE A LINEAR JOURNEY through Cuban history that begins with a brief Introduction and leads to the Timetables, or jump right into the topic of your choice, such as early history, Jos� Mart�, Antonio Maceo, the struggle for separation from Spain, the meaning of Cuban Sugar, Race, Cuban presidents, the 1950s, the 1960s, the invasion at Bay of Pigs and the missile crisis."  I can't say it any better. You will find a virtual ton of information. - From -

History Of Cuba __ An essay about Cuban history covering the main points. - From Jerry Wilkinson/ - 


History of Cuba __ "Cuba, the largest of the Caribbean islands, was first inhabited by Indigenous peoples known as the Ta�no and Ciboney. On 27 October 1492, Christopher Columbus sighted the island during his first voyage of discovery and claimed it for Spain."  An encyclopedic article with links to additional resources. - From wikipedia -

History of Cuba __ "Christopher Columbus landed on the island of Cuba on October 28, 1492, during his initial westward voyage. In honor of the daughter of Ferdinand V and Isabella I of Spain, his benefactors, Columbus named it Juana, the first of several names he successively applied to the island. It eventually became known as Cuba, from its aboriginal name, Cubanascnan."  A general outline of Cuba history. - From - 

History of Cuba __ You will find an essay on the history of Cuba covering major events. - From -

History of Cuba __ "As two slave-owning societies, both Cuba and Puerto Rico are much affected by the great issue of the mid-19th century, the emancipation of the slaves. The decade of the Civil War in the neighbouring great power, the United States, leads to violent times in both islands."  A general look at Cuba history along with a few links to related materials. - From -

History of Cuba __ "Comprehensive online resources about the history of Cuba." - From -


History of the Cuban Republic __ "Cuban government documents, Castro speeches, and history of the Revolution."  History from the Marxist point of view. - From -

The history of the Republic of Cuba __ You will find several click-to-read articles and resources about various aspects of Cuban history. - From Hartford Web Publishing -

Timeline Cuba __ Annotated timeline of Cuban history beginning in 1492.  Also there are links to many other Cuba resources. - From - 

Timeline: Cuba __ An annotated timeline of important events and dates in Cuban history. - illustrated - From BBC -

The Virtual Jewish History Tour - Cuba __ "It is unclear when the first Jews arrived in Cuba, some arrived after the expulsion from Spain in 1492. According to popular lore, three came with Columbus: Luis de Torres on the Santa Maria, Juan de Cabrera on La Pinta, and Rodrigo de Triana on La Nina. All three were Marranos, or forced Jewish converts to Catholicism."  A history of the Jewish People in Cuba. - illustrated - From -

World History Archives: The economic history of Cuba __ A collection of click-to-read articles and resources about Cuba economic history. - From -


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