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A Daughter of Cuba

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Language: English

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There was also a small chapel in which services were conducted by the old native priest. They called it this long before people in the US began calling the US "America." Here, as well as at Jeremie, Aux Cayes, and Cap Haitien, endeavors were made to meet the needs, not only of the French-speaking natives, but of the thousands of Church of England Negroes whom economic conditions had driven to Haiti from the British West Indies.

Pages: 358

Publisher: BiblioLife (April 6, 2010)

ISBN: 1140399756

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