Cuban Radical Transmigrants and the Separatist Movement in Havana, New York and Florida: 1840s-1890s


This paper explores how and why the Cuban separatist movement changed over time, from advocating annexation to embracing independence. Social class, ethnicity (creole and peninsular) and race were as critical in this... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Evan Daniel (Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY))

Topic Areas

History , Politics , Social Science--Qualitative , Transnational , Cuban


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