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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, José Martí, 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 Taíno 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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