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Dec 02

The Revolution in Cuba (1868)

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The eastern side is the preferred location for the occurrence of a thunderstorm on the Caribbean island since most of thunderstorm activity comes in from the east This is particularly true for the mountainous islands of Cuba, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Dominica. They had always been the dominant religious factor in the life of the people. A lot was purchased and a church costing $6,000 was shipped in parts to Haiti in November, 1867. The cry of 'Liberty, Egality and Fraternity' were hardly words likely to find favour with the influential planter and slave owner class in the Caribbean.

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ISBN: B00XFUPYOO

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