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Straßenverkäufer in der Padre Pico

Straßenverkäufer in der Padre Pico

Children Playing Chess on the Street - Santiago de Cuba

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Mariana Grajales was born in Santiago de Cuba, daughter of Dominican parents and of mulato race, on June 26, 1808 and married to Marco Maceo in 1851. She bore thirteen children, nine to Maceo, giving birth to her last child at the age of 52. Mariana, along with her family, lived in the refuge of La Delicia in the barrio Majaguabo of San Luis, Santiago de Cuba, later running a mountain settlement and improvised bush hospital.[2]  Mariana and her family served in the Ten Years' War, Little War…

Mariana Grajales was born in Santiago de Cuba, daughter of Dominican parents and of mulato race, on June 26, 1808 and married to Marco Maceo in 1851. She bore thirteen children, nine to Maceo, giving birth to her last child at the age of 52. Mariana, along with her family, lived in the refuge of La Delicia in the barrio Majaguabo of San Luis, Santiago de Cuba, later running a mountain settlement and improvised bush hospital.[2] Mariana and her family served in the Ten Years' War, Little War…

Santiago de Cuba Cathedral, in front of which we can see "Parque de Cespedes"  in honor of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes well known as the Cuban Fatherland. Long time ago young people used to walk around the park on Sundays as a way of enjoying  the leisure time, meet friends and listening to evening concerts.

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Mariana Grajales Coello and her family served in the Ten Years' War, Little War (1879) and the War of 1895 in Cuba. Jose and Antonio Maceo Grajales, sons of Mariana, served as generals in the Liberation Army from 1868 through 1878. During her time serving in the war, Mariana ran hospitals and provision grounds on the base camps of her son Antonio, frequently entering the battlefield to aid wounded soldiers, both Spaniard and Cuban.

Mariana Grajales Coello and her family served in the Ten Years' War, Little War (1879) and the War of 1895 in Cuba. Jose and Antonio Maceo Grajales, sons of Mariana, served as generals in the Liberation Army from 1868 through 1878. During her time serving in the war, Mariana ran hospitals and provision grounds on the base camps of her son Antonio, frequently entering the battlefield to aid wounded soldiers, both Spaniard and Cuban.

cuba santiago de cuba

Cuba Today, Cuba Trips, Island Nations, Havana Cuba, Capital City, América Central, Plane, América Latina, Roads

Key Terms from Unit 3 - Latin America.  New terms will be added as we cover them in the text and in class.

Quizlet--Online flashcards (create your own or use existing). Also available as an app.

WATCHTOWERCruise ship sails from Miami to Cuba for first time in 50 years  Cuba Here We Come: Carnival Cruise Sets Sail on Historic Voyage  Cruise ship sails from Miami to Cuba for first time in 50 years  Fathoms Adonia set sail from Miami to Havana Cuba

WATCHTOWERCruise ship sails from Miami to Cuba for first time in 50 years Cuba Here We Come: Carnival Cruise Sets Sail on Historic Voyage Cruise ship sails from Miami to Cuba for first time in 50 years Fathoms Adonia set sail from Miami to Havana Cuba

Havana Cathedral in Plaza De Armas

Photos of Charming Old Cuba, Nomad Revelations Blog

Catedral in Havana Plaza de la Catedral, Havana, Cuba--Central America. Of, course, being an American I may never be allowed to go see this in person.

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