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1 1920 History of Cuba by Johnson, Willis Fletcher 368,105W 1,473 24:33
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1
1 Entering a New Era
2 Freedom of Seas
3 Progress of Slave Trade
4 Clandestine Commercial Operations & Political Intrigues
5 Genius of Governor Guazo
6 Attacking British & French
7 Close of a Notable Administration
8 Shipyards at Havana
9 Havana Threatened by British
10 Rivalries in Cuban Politics
11 Foundation of University of Cuba
12 Change in Land Tenure
13 Copper Mining
14 Insurrections of Slaves
15 Glimpses of Social Life in Cuba
2
1 Administration of Guemez
2 Introduction of Reforms
3 Sanitation
4 Economic & Fiscal Reforms
5 Monopolies in Trade
6 Further Fortifications
7 Controversies Over Slave Trade
8 Disputes with Great Britain
9 Declaration of War
10 Conflicts in Florida
11 2 British Expeditions
12 Admiral Vernon in West Indies
13 Attack upon Santiago
14 War in Florida
15 Governorship of Cagigal
16 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle
17 Accession of Charles 3
18 British Plans for Conquest of Spanish America
19 Some Interesting Literature
3
1 Some European Alliances
2 Period of Peace for Spain
3 Reasons for British Attacks upon Cuba
4 Family Pact Between France & Spain
5 Spain's Break with Great Britain
6 Declaration of War by George 3
7 Havana Chosen as Point of Attack
8 Albemarle-Pococke Expedition
9 Preparations at Martinique
10 Advance upon Havana
4
1 1st Appearance of Yellow Fever in Cuba
2 Preparations to Resist British Attack
3 Divided Counsels
4 Arrival of British Fleet
5 Consternation of Inhabitants
6 Velasco Chosen as Commander of Defense of Havana
7 Beginning of Attack
8 Heroism of Spanish Commander
9 British Accounts of Fighting
10 Raids & Counter-Raids
11 British Reinforcements from American Colonies
12 British Tributes to Spanish Valor
13 Surrender of City
14 Articles of Capitulation
5
1 British Occupation of Havana
2 Attitude of Cubans Toward British Conquerors
3 Departure of Spanish Forces
4 British Views of Conquest of Cuba
5 Controversy Over Church Bells
6 Difficulties with Spanish Clergy
7 Character of Lord Albemarle's Administration
8 Troubles Over Taxation
9 Plots Against British Rule
10 Corruption in Colonial Government
11 Political Disturbances in England
12 Making of Peace
13 Restoration of Cuba to Spain
6
1 Far-Reaching Effects of British Rule in Cuba
2 French Picture of Life in Havana
3 British Tribute to City
4 Character of People
5 Economic Changes in Island
6 Commerce of Havana
7 Defenses of City
8 Not Impregnable Fortress
7
1 Departure of British & Re-entry of Spanish
2 New Spanish Governor
3 Antagonisms Between British & Spanish
4 Period of Reconstruction
5 Reclassification of Revenues
6 Military Reorganization of Havana
7 New Provincial Administration
8 Establishment of Mail Service
9 End of Noteworthy Administration
10 Reform in Police Regulations
11 Expulsion of Religious Orders
12 Suppressing Contraband Trading
13 Destruction by Earthquakes
14 Disastrous Hurricane
15 Administration Void of Complaints
8
1 Era of Peace in Cuba
2 Tribulations in Spanish Louisiana
3 Spain Still Lagging Behind Other Colonial Powers
4 Fear of Republic
5 O'Reilly's Expedition from Cuba to Louisiana
6 His Success
7 Effects of His Severity
8 Tragic Prelude to Spanish Rule
9 Louisiana an Appanage of Cuba
9
1 Administration of Marquis de la Torre
2 One of Cuba's Best Governors
3 Cleansing & Paving Streets of Havana
4 New Public Buildings
5 Harbor Improvements
6 1st Theatre
7 Trinidad, Santiago & Puerto Principe also Renovated
8 Founding of Pinar del Rio & Other Towns
9 Reforms in Government
10 Havana Beautiful & Prosperous City
11 Turgot's Warning to Spain Unheeded
12 Interest in North American Revolution
13 Tariff Reform
14 Currency
15 Jurisprudence
10
1 Rise of United States
2 Spanish Interests Involved
3 Negotiations Over Florida
4 Alliance Between France & Spain
5 Cuba's Intense Interest in War Against Great Britain
6 Disaster to an Expedition from Havana
7 Operations at Mobile
8 Cuban Reconquest of Pensacola & Florida
9 Early Prohibition Decree
11
1 Ill-Managed Armada
2 Neutrality Violated in Warfare upon Commerce
3 Orgy of Privateering
4 Rodney's Exploits
5 Cagigal's Expedition to Bahamas
6 Rodney's Menace to Havana
7 1st Newspaper in Havana
8 Negotiating for General Peace
9 Spanish Chagrin at American Independence
10 More Liberal Trade Laws for Cuba
11 Insurrection in Peru
12 Peace & Prosperity in Cuba

13 Wasteful Forestry
14 Visit of English Prince
15 Improvements & Reforms in Havana
16 Foundation of Sociedad de Amigos
17 Reign of Charles 4
18 Godoy, Prince of Peace
19 Ecclesiastical Changes in Cuba
20 Economic Ills
21 Administration of Las Casas
22 New Census

23 Disastrous Hurricane
24 Society of Progress
25 Advance in Commerce, Agriculture, Literature & Education
26 Work of Francisco de Arango
27 Tomb of Columbus
12
1 Influence of French Revolution in Spain
2 Toussaint Louverture
3 Cession of Santo Domingo to France
4 Peace of Basle
5 Panic & Chaos in Spain
6 Advantages Gained by Cuba
7 Civic Awakening in Island
8 Dr Romay's Introduction of Vaccination
9 Defense Against Slave Revolt of Santo Domingo
10 Work of Santa Clara
11 British Capture of Trinidad
12 Fears for Safety of Cuba
13 Administration of Someruelos
14 Founding of Intendencia
15 Expansion of Commerce
16 Slave Trade
17 Extent & Conditions of Slavery
18 Rise of Emancipation Movement
19 Importance of Negro Labor to Cuba
13
1 Land Problem in Cuba
2 Lands Withheld from Real Workers
3 Indolence Induced by Lack of Opportunity
4 Manners & Customs of Cuban People at End of 18th Century
5 Lawyers & Land Titles
6 Prices of Land
7 Live Stock, Sugar & Tobacco
8 Primitive Sugar Factories
9 Progress of Agriculture
10 Obstacles to Economic Progress
11 Restrictions upon Commerce & Travel
14
1 Conditions Accompanying Rise of Wealth
2 Strange Mixture of Immorality & Religion
3 Seclusion of Cuban Women
4 Amusements & Entertainments
5 Bull Ring
6 Cock Pit
7 Beginning of Literary Activity & Intellectual Life
8 Drama in Cuba
9 Musical Culture
10 Dancing
11 Architecture
12 Home Life
13 Backward State of Education
14 Printing & Publishing
15 Suggestive Articles in Press
16 Beginning of Cuban Literature
15
1 Rise of Relations Between Cuba & United States
2 Early Interest of United States in Cuba
3 1811 Action of Congress
4 Ever Faithful Isle
5 1st Overtures for Annexation
6 George Canning & British Policy Toward Cuba
7 Policy of John Quincy Adams
8 Utterances of Jefferson & Clay
9 American Attitude Toward British & French Designs
10 Mexico & Colombia Restrained from Conquest
16
1 Spain in Her Decline
2 Napoleonic Wars
3 Constitution of 1812
4 Revolt of Spain's South & Central American Colonies
5 Cuba Ever Faithful Isle
6 Reasons for Her Loyalty to Spain
7 Origin of Cuban Spirit of Independence
8 Age of Intellectual Activity
9 Rise of Cuban Literature & Scholarship
10 Refugees in Cuba

17
1 1st Cuban Census
2 2nd Census & Humboldt's Comments Thereon
3 Distribution of Population by Races
4 Effects of Slave Trade on Population
5 1817 Census
6 Subsequent Enumerations
7 Discrepancies in Statistics
8 Character of Negroes of Cuba
9 Birth Rate
18
1 Early Records of Slave Trade
2 Participation by Portuguese, French & British
3 Statistics of Slave Importations
4 Illegality No Bar
5 Relations Between Masters & Slaves
6 Efforts to Ameliorate Conditions of Slaves
7 Introduction of Chinese Labor
8 Free Negroes
9 Religious Training of Slaves
10 Punishments of Slaves
11 Fear of Servile Insurrections
19
1 Administration of Santa Clara
2 Someruelos
3 Great Fire in Havana
4 Architectural Progress
5 Fear of Invasion
6 French Fiasco
7 Hostility to Napoleon
8 Loyalty to Unworthy King
9 Napoleon's Designs upon Cuba
10 Aleman Episode
11 Arango & Chamber of Commerce
12 Conflict with Godoy
13 Arango in Cortes
14 Arbitrary Administration of Cienfuegos
15 Opposition to Street Lighting
16- Political Changes
17 Cagigal's Diplomatic Administration
18 Mahy Reactionary
20
1 Good & Bad Deeds of Vives
2 Royal Decree that Proved Boomerang
3 Dangers of Slave Trade Perceived
4 Apprehension of Intervention by Other Powers
5 Subtle Appeal for Patriotic Organization
6 Progress of Spirit of Independence
21
1 British Designs upon Cuba
2 Cuban Negotiations with United States
3 Mission of Morales
4 Annexation Sentiment
5 Attitude of United States Government
6 Issuance of Monroe Doctrine
7 Its Effect in Europe & America
8 United States Consuls to Cuba Rejected
9 Cuba Offered to England in Pawn
10 American Objections to Scheme
11 Increase of American Interest in Cuba
22
1 Era of Revolution
2 Career of Simon Bolivar
3 His Observation of French Revolution
4 Liberation of Venezuela
5 Miranda & His Work
6 Bolivar in Exile
7 Final Success of Liberator
8 Influence of His Career upon Cuba
23
1 "Soles de Bolivar" in Cuba
2 Administration of Villanueva
3 Oppression of People
4 Vain Attempts to Suppress Patriotic Societies
5 Conspiracies for Freedom
6 Early Martyrs to Patriotism
7 Black Eagle
8 Trouble with Mexico
9 Tyranny of Tacon
10 His Conflict with Lorenzo
11 Victims of Spanish Despotism
12 Cuban Deputies Excluded from Cortes
13 Manipulation of Police
14 Propaganda of Freedom by Cubans in Exile
15 Tacon's Public Works
16 Dealing with Pirates & Smugglers
17 Origin of Havana Fish Market
18 Tacon as Champion of Virtue in Distress
19 End of Bad Reign
24
1 Beginning of Slave Insurrections
2 David Turnbull's Pernicious Activities
3 O'Donnell Despot
4 Roncali Ridiculous
5 Causes of Slave Unrest
6 Story of One Uprising
7 Vacillating Course of Government
8 Systematic Propaganda Among Slaves
9 Some Serious Outbreaks
10 Savage Methods of Repression
11 A Reign of Torture & Slaughter
12 White Victims as Well as Black
13 Appalling Record
14 Saco's Advocacy of Independence
15 Some Advocates of Annexation to United States
16 Spain's Determination to Hold Cuba Fast
25
1 Review of an Era in Cuban History
2 Progress in Inverse Order from International to National Interests
3 Alienation from Spain
4 Contrasts Between Cuba & Other Colonies, Spanish & English
5 Unconscious Preparation for Independent Statehood
6 Cuban Interest in World & World's Interest in Cuba
7 On Verge of New Era
8 Promise of Cuban Nationality
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1
1 Conditions at Beginning of Era of Revolution
2 Cuba's Commercial Backwardness
3 Resources Unappreciated
4 Statistics of Imports & Exports
5 Sugar Trade
6 Burdensome Taxes & Tariffs
7 Restrictions on Personal Liberty
8 Obstacles to Travel
9 Titles of Nobility
10 Intendent & His Powers
11 Authority & Functions of Captain-General
12 District Governments
13 Municipal Organization
14 Courts
15 Control of Navy
16 Censorship of Press
17 Adversion to Foreigners, Particularly to Americans 23
2
1 Narciso Lopez & His Career
2 His Valor in Venezuelan Wars
3 Soldier of Spain
4 Some Daring Exploits
5 With Spanish Army in Cuba
6 His Distinguished Career in Spain
7 Leader Against Carlists
8 General & Senator
9 Important Office in Cuba
10 Alienation from Spain
11 1st Plans for Cuban Revolution
3
1 Betrayal of Lopez's 1st Revolutionary Venture
2 His Flight to New York
3 Cuban Juntas in United States
4 Lopez's Negotiations with Jefferson Davis & Robert E Lee
5 Unofficial American Aid
6 Strained American Relations with Spain
7 Official Warnings Against Filibustering
8 Elaborate Expedition Prepared by Lopez in United States for Freeing of Cuba
9 His Proclamation to His Followers
10 Voyage to Cuba
4
1 Landing of Lopez at Cardenas
2 Flag of Cuba Libre for 1st Time Unfurled on Cuban Soil
3 Parleying & Fighting at Cardenas
4 Spanish Treachery
5 Failure of Cuban People to Rally to Support of Lopez
6 Retreat & Reembarcation of Expedition
7 Mutiny of Crew
8 Landing at Key West
9 Spanish Wrath Against United States
10 Arrest of Lopez & His Comrades
11 Their Release
5
1 Administration of Concha & His Recall
2 2nd Expedition of Lopez Recruited in United States
3 Men & Money Provided in South
4 Betrayal of Scheme
5 Proclamation of Captain-General
6 Disturbances in Cuba
7 3d Expedition of Lopez Organized
8 Aguero's Attempt at Revolution at Puerto Principe
9 His Proclamation
10 Initial Victories Over Spaniards
11 Fatal Mistake
12 Suppression of Revolution by Overwhelming Numbers
13 Execution of Leaders
14 Suppression of Other Uprisings
6
1 Another Expedition Organized by Lopez
2 Its Roster
3 Departure from New Orleans
4 Colonel Crittenden
5 Arrival at Key West
6 Landing in Cuba
7 Lack of Cuban Support
8 Fatal Division of Forces
9 Desperate Fighting with Spaniards
10 Crittenden's Mistake
11 Capture of Revolutionists by Spaniards
12 Indignities & Tortures
13 52 Put to Death
14 Heroism of Crittenden
15 Ill Fortune of Lopez
16 Betrayal & Capture of Lopez & His Comrades
17 His Death on Scaffold
7
1 Failure & Success of Lopez
2 Irrepressible Determination of Cuba to Be Free
3 Crisis in Affairs of Spain
4 Animosity Between Creoles & Spaniards
5 Expressions of Cuban Sentiment & Determination
6 Profound Impression Produced in United States
7 Opposing Views of Pro-Slavery & Anti-Slavery Men
8 Attitude of Great Britain & France
9 Anti-Spanish Outbreak in New Orleans
10 Webster's Diplomacy
11 England & France Warned Not to Meddle in Cuba
12 Spain's Appeal to England Against America
13 Tripartite Pact Refused
8
1 American Overtures for Purchase of Cuba
2 Some Early Diplomacy
3 Change of Policy Under President Polk
4 Spain's Refusal to Consider Sale
5 Pierre Soule's Extraordinary Negotiations
6 Black Warrior Controversy
7 Soule's Humiliation
8 Ostend Manifesto
9 Marcy's Shrewd Disposition of It
10 Buchanan's Futile Persistence
9
1 Revolution in Peninsular Spain
2 General Prim's Proclamations
3 General Response Throughout Kingdom
4 Serrano's Entry Into Madrid
5 Flight of Queen
6 Republican Government Established
7 Downfall of Maximilian in Mexico
8 Change in American Attitude Toward Cuba Because of Civil War & Abolition of Slavery
9 Organization of Spanish "Volunteers" in Cuba
10 Moret Anti-Slavery Law
11 Cuban Interest in Spanish Revolution
10
1 Cuban Independence Proclaimed at Outbreak of 10 Years' War
2 Provisional Government Organized
3 Carlos Manuel Cespedes
4 Proclamation of Emancipation
5 Representative Government Formed
6 Cespedes's Address
7 1st Cuban Constitution
8 House of Representatives
9 Presidential Proclamation
10 Proclamation of General Quesada
11 Proclamation of Count Valmaseda
12 Request for Recognition
13 "Juntas of Laborers
14 Cuban Government & Laws
15 Organization of Cuban Army
11
1 Beginning of Hostilities
2 Comparative Strengths of Cuban & Spanish Armies
3 Spanish Navy
4 Pacific Measures 1st Tried by Captain-General Dulce
5 Their Rejection by Cubans
6 1st Engagements
7 Cuban Victories
8 Destruction of Bayamo
9 Revolts in Many Places
10 Murder of Cespedes's Messenger by Volunteers
11 Guerilla Warfare
12 Havana in State of Siege
13 Progress of Insurrection Throughout Island
14 Dulce's Change of Policy
15 Sympathy & Aid for Revolution from United States
12
1 Appeal to United States for Recognition
2 President Grant Overruled by His Secretary of State
3 Americans Stirred by News of Spanish Cruelties
4 Cuban Disappointment at Non-Recognition
5 Progress of War
6 Spanish Reenforcements
7 Liberation of Slaves
8 Spanish Successes
9 Controversies with United States
10 Destruction of Property
11 Arrival of General Jordan with Supplies
12 Dulce Forced Out of Office by Volunteers
13 Accession of Rodas & His Decrees
14 "Butcher of Cadiz
15 American Protests Against Interference with Commerce
16 Proposals of Mediation
17 More Aid from United States
13
1 Great Increase of Revolutionary Strength
2 Spain's Enormous Force
3 Case of Napoleon Arango
4 His Extraordinary Manifesto
5 Elaborate Appeal for Betrayal of Revolution
6 Designing Decrees of Rodas
7 Emancipation Decree of Spanish Government
8 Its Practical Effects
9 Atrocities Practised by Spanish
10 Downfall of Rodas & Appointment of Valmaseda as Captain-General
11 Spanish Overtures to United States
12 Murder of Zenea by Volunteers
13 Address by Cespedes
14 Treachery in Ranks
14
1 Counter-Revolution in Spain
2 Amadeus Made King
3 Increased Malignity of Volunteers
4 Massacre of Cuban Students
5 Death of General Quesada
6 Reorganization of Cuban Army
7 Campaign of Maximo Gomez
8 Progress of War with Varying Fortunes
9 Calixto Garcia at Jiguani
10 Gradual Reduction of Cuban Strength
11 Valmaseda's Savage Threats
15
1 Spain's Desperate Efforts to Suppress Revolution
2 Stubborn Resistance of Cubans
3 Valmaseda Opposed & Overthrown by Volunteers
4 Accession of Jovellar
5 Increasing Interest in Cuban Affairs in United States
6 Spain Republic Again
7 Retirement of Cespedes
8 Seizure of Virginius
9 Massacre of Many of Her Passengers & Crew
10 Strenuous Intervention
11 Settlement of Affair
12 Book of Blood
13 Spanish Confessions of Brutality
16
1 Renewed Cuban Successes
2 Island in State of Siege
3 Concha Again Captain-General
4 Record of Cost of War
5 United States Threatens Intervention
6 Spanish Anger
7 Protest to England Against America
8 American Peace Proposals
9 Strength of Spanish Army
10 War of Extermination
11 Martinez Campos Becomes Captain-General
12 His Conciliatory Decrees
13 Surrender of Cuban Leaders
14 Treaty of Zanjon
15 End of War
16 Campos's Explanation of His Course
17
1 Results of 10 Years' War
2 Political Parties in Cuba
3 Liberals, Who Were Conservative
4 Union Constitutionalists
5 3rd Party Platform
6 Cubans in Cortes
7 Failure to Fulfill Treaty of Zanjon
8 Little War
9 Calixto Garcia's Campaign
10 Cuban Fugitives Protected by England
11 1885 Revolt
12 Custom House Frauds at Havana
13 Reign of Lawlessness
14 Tariff Troubles
15 Roster of Rulers
18
1 Intellectual & Spiritual Development of Cuba
2 Some Famous Cuban Authors
3 José Maria Heredia
4 Felix Varela y Morales
5 José de la Luz y Caballero, "The Father of Cuban Revolution"
6 Domingo del Monte & "Friends of Peace
7 José Antonio Saco
8 Joaquin Lorenzo Luaces
9 Dona Luisa Perez
10 Dona Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda
11 Nicolas Azcarate
12 Juan Clemente Zenea
13 Rafael Merchan
14 Distinguished Intellectual Status of Cuba Among Nations
   
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1
1 Cuba for Cubans
2 Era of War of Independence
3 Organization of Cuban Revolutionary Party
4 Vigilance of Spanish Government
5 Sartorius Uprising
6 Abarzuza "Home Rule" Measure
7 Beginning of War of Independence
8 José Marti, His Genius & His Work
9 Members of Junta in New York
10 Independence Aim
11 Marti's Departure for Cuba
12 Association with Maximo Gomez
13 Death of Marti
14 His Legacy of Ideals to Cuba
2
1 Aims & Methods of Junta
2 Efforts to Avoid American Complications
3 Filibustering Expeditions
4 Contraband Messenger Service
5 Attitude of Various Classes of Cuban People Toward Revolution
6 No Racial nor Partisan Differences
7 Spanish Element
8 Mass of Cuban People United for National Independence
3
1 1st Uprising
2 Failure in Havana
3 Success in Oriente
4 Response of Spanish Authorities
5 Superior Numbers of Spanish Forces
6 Early Complications with US Seeking Terms with Patriots
7 Grim Reception of Envoy
8 Ministerial Crisis at Madrid over Cuban Affairs
9 Martinez Campos, "Spain's Greatest Soldier," Sent to Cuba
10 His Conciliatory Policy
11 His Military Preparations
12 Antonio Maceo
13 Uprisings in Many Places
14 Provisional Government of Patriots
15 Campos's Barricades
16 Campos Beaten by Maceo
4
1 Declaration of Cuban Independence
2 Constitutional Convention
3 1st Government of Ministers
4 Founders of Cuban Government
5 Desperate Efforts of Campos
6 Disadvantages of Cubans
7 Plantation Work Forbidden
8 Campaigns by Maceo & Gomez
9 Losses of Spaniards at Sea
10 Reenforcements from Spain Welcomed
11 Cuban Headquarters at Las Tunas
12 Invasion of Matanzas
13 Defeat & Narrow Escape of Campos
14 Action of Autonomists
15 Loyalty Pledged to Campos
16 State of Siege in Havana
17 Campos Recalled to Spain
5
1 General Marin
2 General Weyler New Captain-General
3 His Arrival & Remorseless Policy
4 Cuban Elections Farce
5 Trocha
6 War of Ruthless Destruction
7 Many Filibustering Expeditions
8 Interest of United States Government
9 Diplomatic Controversies
10 Efficiency of Provisional Government
11 Strengthening Trocha
12 Activity of Maceo
13 His Betrayal & Death
14 Campaigns of Gomez & Others
15 Calixto Garcia
16 Great Advance Westward
17 President Cleveland's Significant Message to United States Congress
6
1 Bad Effects of Maceo's Death
2 Weyler in Field Against Gomez
3 Daring & Death of Bandera
4 Dissensions in Camp of Gomez
5 Weyler's Concentration Policy
6 Practical Attempt at Extermination
7 Senator Proctor's Observations
8 President McKinley's Message
9 Crisis in Spain
10 Weyler Recalled & Succeeded by Ramon Blanco
11 Further Attempts at Reform & Conciliation
12 Condition of Cuba
13 Revolutionists Uncompromising
14 Ruiz-Aranguren Tragedy
15 Organization of Autonomist Government
16 Attitude of Spaniards
17 Visit of Maine to Havana
18 Destruction of Vessel
19 Investigations
20 Futile Efforts of Autonomist Government
7
1 Destruction of Maine not Cause of American Intervention
2 Causes Which Led to War
3 Diplomatic Negotiations
4 German Intrigue
5 President McKinley's War Message
6 His Attitude Toward Cuban People
7 Spanish Resentment
8 Declaration of War
9 American Agents Sent to Cuba
10 Attitude of Maximo Gomez
11 Supplies, not Troops, Wanted
12 Blockade of Cuban Coast
13 Spanish Fleet at Santiago
14 Landing of American Army
15 Operations at Santiago
16 Services of Rough Riders
17 Naval Battle of Santiago
18 Surrender of Spanish Army
19 Armistice
8
1 Departure of Spanish Forces from Cuba
2 Treaty of Peace Between United States & Spain
3 Cuba to be Made Independent
4 Cuban Debt
5 1st American Government of Intervention
6 Roll of Spanish Rulers from 1512 Velasquez to 1899 Castellanos
7 Relations between Americans & Cubans
8 Disbandment of Provisional Government & Demobilization of Cuban Army
9 Mutinous Demonstration
10 Paying Off Cuban Soldiers
9
1 American Occupation of Cuba
2 General Wood's Administration at Santiago
3 His Antecedents & Preparation for His Great Work
4 Formidable Undertaking
5 Conquering Pestilence
6 Organization of Rural Guards
7 American Administration at Havana & Throughout Island
8 Grave Problems Confronting General Brooke
9 Agricultural & Industrial Rehabilitation
10 Reorganizing Local Government
11 Triumphal Progress of Maximo Gomez
12 Unification of Sentiment Among People
13 Finances of Island
14 Church & State
15 Marriage Reform
16 Franchises Refused
17 Census
18 Improving School System
10
1 General Brooke Succeeded by General Leonard Wood
2 Favorable Reception of Soldier-Statesman
3 Cabinet of Cubans
4 Efficient Attention Paid to Public Education
5 Cuban Teachers at Harvard
6 Caring for Derelict Children
7 Public Works
8 Sanitation
9 Port Improvements
10 Roads
11 Paving
12 Heroic Drama of Conquest of Yellow Fever
13 Work of General Gorgas
14 Home of Pestilence Transformed into Sanitarium
15 Reforms in Court Procedure
16 Cleaning Up Prisons
17 1st Election in Free Cuba
18 Rise of Political Parties
19 Taxation & Tariff
20 Increase of Commerce
11
1 Preparations for Self-Government
2 Call for Constitutional Convention
3 Election
4 Meeting of Convention
5 General Wood's Address
6 Organization of Convention
7 Framing Constitution
8 Debates over Church & State, & Presidential Qualifications
9 Signing of Constitution
10 No Americans Present at Convention
11 General Provisions of Constitution
12 Relations between Cuba & United States
13 Controversy between 2 Governments
14 Origin of "Platt Amendment"
15 Attitude of Cubans Toward It
16 Malign Agitation & Misrepresentation
17 Mission to Washington
18 Final Adoption of Amendment
12
1 Text of Constitution of Cuban Republic
2 Nation, Its Form of Government, & National Territory
3 Cubans & Foreigners
4 Bill of Rights
5 Sovereignty & Public Powers
6 Legislature
7 President
8 Vice-President
9 Secretaries of State
10 Judicial Power
11 Provincial & Municipal Governments
12 Amendments
13
1 Election of 1st Cuban Government
2 Candidates for Presidency
3 Tomas Estrada Palma Chosen by Common Consent
4 General Maso's Candidacy
5 Election
6 Close of American Occupation
7 Festal Week in Havana
8 Transfer of Authority to Cuban Government
9 Cuban Flag at Last Raised in Sovereignty of Island
10 President Roosevelt's Estimate of General Wood's Work in Cuba
11 President Palma's Cabinet
12 His 1st Message
13 United States Naval Station
14 Reciprocity Secured after Discreditable Delay at Washington
14
1 Admirable Work of Palma Administration
2 Rise of Sordid Factionalism
3 José Miguel Gomez, Alfredo Zayas & Orestes Ferrara
4 Character of Liberal Party, & Conservative Party
5 Conspiracy to Discredit Election
6 Abortive Insurrection
7 Pino Guerra's Intrigues
8 Rebellion of José Miguel Gomez
9 President Palma's Unpreparedness & Incredulity
10 His Faith in People
11 Crisis
12 Suggestions of American Consul-General
13 American Intervention sought
14 Ships & Troops Sent
15 Arrival of Mr Taft
16 His Negotiations with Rebels
17 His Yielding to Their Threats
18 Resignation of Estrada Palma
19 Mr Taft's Pardon to Rebels
20 Charles E Magoon Made Provisional Governor
21 Estimate of President Palma & His Administration
15
1 Mr Magoon's Administration
2 Recognition of Liberals
3 Offices Filled with Liberal Placeholders
4 Execution of Many Public Works
5 New Census Taken
6 New Electoral Law
7 Proportional Representation
8 New Elections Held
9 Split in Liberal Party
10 Presidential Campaign
11 Bargain between José Miguel Gomez & Alfredo Zayas
12 General Menocal & Dr Montoro
13 Victory of Liberals
14 Changes in Provincial & Municipal Administrations
15 Revision of Laws
16 Settling Church Claims
17 End of 2nd Intervention
16
1 Administration of President José Miguel Gomez
2 His Cabinet Sketch of His Career
3 Sketch of Vice-President Zayas
4 Army Reorganization
5 New Laws
6 President's Sensitiveness to Criticism
7 Officials in Politics
8 Charges of Profligacy & Corruption
9 Clash with Veterans' Association
10 United States Interested
11 Quarrels between Gomez & Zayas
12 Formidable Negro Revolt Suppressed
13 Reluctance to Settle Claims
14 Outrage Upon American Diplomat
15 Amnesty Bill
16 Lottery Established
17 "Dragado" Scandal
18 Railroad Terminal
17
1 4th Presidential Campaign
2 Candidacy & Career of Mario G Menocal
3 His Brilliant Work in War of Independence & Sugar Industry
4 Sketch of Enrique José Varona
5 Dr Rafael Montoro's Distinguished Career
6 His Diplomatic Services & Literary Achievements
7 President Menocal's Cabinet
8 His Aims & Plans for His Administration
9 1st Message to Congress
10 Factional Obstruction
11 Paying Off Old Debts
12 Trying to Abolish Gambling
13 Civil Service
14 Controversy Over Asbert Amnesty Bill
15 Small Insurrection
18
1 Reelection of President Menocal
2 Features of Campaign
3 Liberal Conspiracy to Invalidate Election by Revolutionary Means
4 Disputed Elections
5 Double Treason of José Miguel Gomez
6 Outbreak of Carefully Planned Insurrection
7 Intrigues of Orestes Ferrara in United States
8 Vigorous Military Action of President Menocal
9 American Assistance Wisely Declined
10 Capture of Rebel Chieftain
11 Efforts of Insurgents at Devastation
12 Continuance of Rebellion by Carlos Mendieta
13 Dr Ferrara Warned by American Government
14 Attempts to Assassinate President Menocal
15 Clemency Shown to Criminals
16 Attitude of United States Government
17 Some Plain Talk from Washington
19
1 Cuba's Entry into War of Nations
2 President Menocal's War Message
3 Prompt Response of Congress
4 Sentiments of Cuban People
5 German Propaganda
6 Attitude of Church
7 Liberal Intrigues with Germans
8 Seizure of German Ships
9 Conservation & Increased Production of Food
10 Military Services
11 Generous Subscriptions to Liberty Loans
12 Mrs Menocal's Leadership in Red Cross Work
13 Noble Activities of & Women of Cuba
14 Moral & Spiritual Effect of Cuba's Participation in War
20
1 Marti's Epigram on Revolution
2 How It has been Fulfilled by Cuban Republic
3 Sense of Responsibility
4 Progress in Popular Education as a Criterion
5 Great Gain in Health
6 Enormous Growth of Sugar Industry
7 Commerce of Island
8 Stable Finances
9 Sanitary Efficiency
10 Military Reorganization
11 Statesmanship of President Menocal
12 Cuba's Unique Situation Among Countries of Globe
13 Significance of Record Which She has Made from Velasquez to Menocal