Essays on Cuban History: Historiography and Research

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The following essays have been reprinted herein by permission of the original publisher:
"The Archivo Nacional de Cuba", in Kenneth J. Grieb, ed., Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean ( Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1985), 308-10.
"Army Politics in Socialist Cuba", Journal of Latin American Studies 8 ( November 1976): 251-71.
"Cuba between Empires, 1898-1899", Pacific Historical Review 48 ( November 1979): 473-500.
"Cuba Materials in the Bureau of Insular Affairs Library", Latin American Research Review 13 (Spring 1978): 182-88.
"Cuba-U.S. Relations: A Survey of Twentieth Century Historiography", Inter-American Review of Bibliography39 (Fall 1989): 311-28.
"The Cuban Revolution Twenty-Five Years Later: A Survey of Sources, Scholarship, and the State of the Literature", in Sandor Halebsky and John M. Kirk, eds., Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, 1959-1984 ( New York: Praeger, 1985), 383-412. Praeger is an imprint of Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, Conn.
"Cubans in Tampa: From Exiles to Immigrants, 1855-1901", Florida Historical Quarterly 56 ( October 1978): 129-40.
"History, Historiography, and Cuban Studies: Thirty Years Later", in Damián Fernández , ed., Cuban Studies Since the Revolution ( Gainesville, University Press of Florida, 1992), 53-78.
"The Imperial Design: Politics and Pedagogy in Occupied Cuba, 1899-1902", Cuban Studies/Estudios Cubanos12 ( July 1982): 1-19. (Appeared subsequently as El Diseño Imperial: Politico y Pedogogia en el Período de la Ocupacíon de Cuba, 1899-1902. Havana: Ministerio de Educación, 1985.)
"In the Service of the Revolution: Two Decades of Cuban Historiography, 1959-1979",

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