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Americas
  • ISBN:
    0781226155
  • ISBN13:
    978-0781226158
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    Reprint Services Corporation
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    Americas
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Cuba–United States relations are bilateral relations between the Republic of Cuba and the United States of America.

Cuba–United States relations are bilateral relations between the Republic of Cuba and the United States of America. Back channels that had already been established at the height of tensions between the two nations began to expand in 1963. Though Attorney General Robert Kennedy worried that such contact would hurt his brother's chances of re-election, President John Kennedy continued these contacts resulting in several meetings . ambassador William Atwood and Cuban officials such as Carlos Lechuga.

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In summary citizens of Cuba and the United States are free to travel to each other’s ountries provised they are patient, committed and wealthy enough to knock down the arbitrary bureaucratic barriers put up by both sides. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below. How can I travel to Cuba as a US citizen? Can I go to the United States of America after being on a vacation in Cuba?


Vudomuro
Great book on the early Caribbean travels. If you like this book you will also want to read the following 99 cent books on Caribbean travels:
1 William Knibb, Missionary in Jamaica: A Memoir
2 A Short History of Barbados, from Its First Discovery and Settlement To the End of the Year 1767
3 Adventures Amidst the Equatorial Forests and Rivers of South America: Also in the West Indies and the Wilds of Florida (1891)
4 The Atrocities of the Pirates: Being a Faithful Narrative of the Unparalleled Sufferings Endured by the Author During His Captivity Among the Pirates of the Island of Cuba
5 Journal of a Lady of Quality: Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776
6 Journal of a West-India Proprietor: Kept During a Residence in the Island of Jamaica (1834)
7 Memories of Two Wars: Cuban and Philippine Experiences (1911)
8 Christopher Columbus and the Participation of the Jews in the Spanish and Portuguese Discoveries (1894)
9 The Tears of the INDIANS: BEING An Historical and true Account Of the Cruel Massacres and Slaughters of above Twenty Millions of innocent People; Committed by the Spaniards (1656)
10 Facts and documents connected with the late insurrection in Jamaica: and the violations of civil and religious liberty arising out of it (1832)
Dori
Excellent story of being in Cuba in 1859. Look at Wm Garrison's review for the book. He's marvelously detailed and thorough.
I found the book very interesting even though I was reading only a couple of pages at a time, so had to backtrack to keep the thread of the descriptions and activities. Felt I was there - in sounds, smells and heat many times. Will see what it's liker in Feb. When I actually I go there!
Kerahuginn
A good background to the social conditions in 19th century Cuba which lead to the revolution in 1959. Highly recommended.
Malalrajas
The book does a great job providing the history of life at the time in the mid-19th century without the tampering of today's historic revisionists. It proves how important straight history could be to Americans to guide us in our future having the expressed knowledge of our past. Richard Dana provides that encapsulated moment in time for us. It could be a required reading for HS students that's if the modern day educational system allows it
Maximilianishe
Been using one every day at the pool. Bought 4 more for the motor home. Saves space and dries quickly.
Leniga
Richard henry dana's writing is very explicative of the reality of Cuba in the 19th century .
his knowledge of how a sugar mill operates , the slavery in Cuba and the Jesuits is really amazing .
its the kind of book you always remember and look forward to reading it a second time . this Bostonian fellow really had the magic in writing .
Carlos Castell
San Juan , Puerto Rico
Kriau
I found this a very enjoyable travel book covering Cuba of 1887. This was a different era, and Cubans really were made to feel the heavy hand of Spain. Cuba did not have self rule, but had high taxes to support the bureauacy sent out from Spain to rule the island. I cannot really add anything to the list of topics covered in this book given in the review by Mr. Harrison. Mr. Dana is a good observer and chronicler of what he observed in Cuba in 1887. He is a good writer and wrote "Two Years Before the Mast" which I consider an excellent sea story. This book is well worth reading if you have any interest in Cuba in the late 1800s, and the effects of colonial rule on the country.
A very quaint but perceptive and descriptive account of Havana, it's people and customs in 1859. Great snap shot of a moment in time.