2 edition of Cuban exile collection found in the catalog.
Cuban exile collection
Angel V. FernГЎndez
Compiled from two sources from the Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami"s Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, the Miami Radio Monitoring Service (MIRAMOS), founded by Angel V. Fernández, and the United States Information Agency"s (USIA) Report from Miami, this collection presents researchers with transcriptions of daily news broadcasts from radio stations inside communist Cuba.
|Other titles||Cuban exile collection radio transcripts, Transcripts from the Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries, Cuban radio transcripts, 1962-1982, Report from Miami.|
|Contributions||University of Miami. Institute for Cuban & Cuban-American Studies, Miami Radio Monitoring Service, United States Information Agency|
|LC Classifications||F1788, Microfilm 2012/2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||65 microfilm reels|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||2009501003|
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Principles of Social Reconstruction
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This collection includes publications from the Cuban American National Foundation and photographs of exiles. Also included are correspondence between project director Dr.
Cuban exile collection book Bretos and other exiles, and publications of the project. The US media would have you believe that Cuban Exiles are a bunch of freedom loving, non-violent group that seeks only to free Cuba of "dictatorship" This book proves them to be liars.
And proves it with their own words. The authors interview Cuban Exile extremists and let the readers decide not from right wing Americans or Pro Castro Cubans, but decide from hearing them with their own words.
Exile Cited by: 1. The Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries is home to the largest repository of materials on Cuba outside of the island and the most comprehensive collection of resources about Cuban exile history and the global Cuban diaspora experience.
The José García-Pedrosa Papers contain documents and books about Cuba and Cuban exiles collected by José García-Pedrosa.
García-Pedrosa, José William Navarrete Papers. Selected journals, newspapers, magazines, and newsletters held by the Cuban Heritage Collection and published primarily before CHC Theater Collections Digitized content from CHC's holdings of the papers of theater artists in Cuba and the diaspora, including photographs, playbills, and.
The Halfway House by Guillermo Rosales This book was originally published under the title Boarding Home and tells of a young Cuban exile abandoned by his family in a ramshackle residence for the mentally ill in Miami. Cubanabooks, based in Chico, California, has published Havana is a Really Big City, a retrospective collection of several decades’ worth of stories by Yáñez, one of the earliest post-revolutionary women writers to break into a nearly all-male club (ed.
Sarah Cooper); Disconnect, a volume of sly, engaging, Author: Dick Cluster. Cuba Collectibles is a family run online store since Today, we still remain the largest online store of rare vintage Cuban collectible.
Memorabilia and antiques, selling worldwide even The White House. Learn more about us here. Join Our Newsletter. Receive the latest news on new promotions, exclusive offers, and new arrivals. The Cuban Heritage Collection at The University of Miami; U.S.
Congress set to Open Cuban Exiles' Passage to Island by Lesley Clark & Frances Robles, Miami Herald, Febru ; Exiles Want to Expand U.S.-Cuba Relations by Damien Cave, The New York Times, April 8, Cause: Economy of Cuba, Land reform in Cuba. I collect cookbooks and have for over 50 years.
As a Cuban-American, a full two shelves of my cookbook stash is on Cuban cuisine. I have cookbooks that my mother brought from Cuba; the first booklets that were published by the exile community in the 60's (some of which are just a few pages stapled together)/5(). CUBAN EXILE ACTIVIST AND TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS.
FOREWORD. Due to the fact that since there have been hundreds of Cuban exile organizations Cuban exile collection book existence, and since that time many of those organizations have disbanded or ceased to exist, this study will concentrate on Cuban exile collection book which were most influential from through the early s.
Held at the University of Miami, the Cuban Heritage Collection is a premiere collection of material related to Cuba and the Cuban Exile Community.
The collection contains in-depth material for scholars of Cuban and U.S. history, literature and culture. The Cuban revolution of initiated a significant exodus, with more thanCubans eventually settling in the United States. This community creates a major part of what is now known as the Cuban diaspora.
In Cuban-American Literature of Exile, Isabel Alvarez Borland forces the dialogue between literature and history into the open by focusing on narratives that tell the story of the. 19 works Search for books with subject Exiles' writings, Cuban.
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I Was Cuba exhibits the photo collection of Cuban exile Ramiro Fernandez. It spans the s through s, during which time Cuba was governed by Spain, achieved independence, and was ruled by various factions culminating in the Communist Revolution/5.
Alex and Carol Stepick Collection This collection consists of materials depicting the plight of the Cuban and Haitian refugees in the s in Miami, Florida. The documents detail the treatment of refugees once on American soil and the condition in the countries they were escaping from.
Cuba's Children in Exile: The Story of the Unaccompanied Cuban Refugee Children's Programs Description The Cuban Refugee Program issued several publications, of which this is one.
Cuban American families, 1 résultats 1 Cuba -- Politics and government -- 20th century, 1 résultats 1 Cuba -- History -- Revolution, -- Sources, 1 résultats 1. Hemingway lived in San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, outside Havana, for almost twenty years.
From his Finca Vigia, or lookout farm, Hemingway could sail his Pilar and fish the waters of the Caribbean. While in Cuba he wrote his famous book, The Old Man and the Sea. “Havana vanities come to dust in Miami,” writes Joan Didion at the start of Miami, a book that looks beyond the city’s bright pastel facades to shadowed scenes, dark history.
Didion trains her penetrating vision on Miami’s Cuban exile community during the s, dissecting their hopes and fierce politics, their undying commitment to. 29 Books That Would Make an Excellent Christmas Gift An American refugee receiving center for Cuban exiles in May (Photo: U.S.
Coast Guard, Cuban Migrant Collection) In Author: Philip Wegmann. Genre/Form: Newspapers: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Reproduces four decades worth of rare newspapers and newsletters offering insight into everyday life in the Cuban exile community and a source of genealogical information for persons interested in Cuban heritage.
Cuban Exiles. The acquisition of Cuban books, periodicals and archival material at the University of Miami Library took a new turn in the early s when two Cuban exile started to collect every item that related to Cuban refugees.
the Cuban Heritage Collection boasts a comprehensive collection that sheds light on the Cuban exile. Excerpted from Hegemony or Survival, Metropolitan Books, The Batista dictatorship was overthrown in January by Castro’s guerrilla forces.
In March, the National Security Council (NSC) considered means to institute regime change. mostly carried out by Cuban exile organizations permitted to operate freely in Florida.
A few weeks. The Cuban exile newspaper collection at the Universitry of Miami is an excellent example of the role these important materials have in keeping a sense of shared community and culture within the exile population.
In addition, this collection serves to preserve and communicate to future generations the history of Cuba and the exile experience. As the Cuban exiles fought Castro's repressive regime from abroad, many committed acts of terrorism.
There were illegal incursions into Cuba, assassinations, bombs, and plots -- some involving the. Documents in the recently published DNSA collection, many of them first uncovered by the National Security Archive's Cuba Project, detail the discussions of highest-level decision groups such as the Committee and the Special Group (Augmented), the ramping up of covert operations after the April failure at the Bay of Pigs, the specific CIA and Pentagon plans for infiltrations, sabotage.
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Subject: Cuba -- Exiles (4 results) Sort by: Title. Relevance. Title. Note. Subject. It is the backdrop to the family history we were raised on, which all Cuban exile families share, stories of upheaval, loss, and salvation.
#ad# The challenges of exile kept our families close Author: Mario Loyola. In OctoberPresident Lyndon Johnson stated that the spirit of America held tradition as an asylum for the oppressed, and he pledged to “the people of Cuba that those who seek refuge here will find it.” And they did.
Even before the president's speech, thousands of Cubans had been flooding the shores of America and other countries, with the Freedom Tower in Miami becoming refugees. The Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC) houses close to 50, volumes of both rare and contemporary books chiefly in Spanish and English published anywhere in the world about the Cuban experience and the Cuban diaspora.
While CHC acquires books in all areas of scholarship, CHC’s book collection emphasizes history, bibliography, literature and. In the Book Review, Abel Plenn said the book’s images “succeed each other with cinematic speed and often hypnotic daring.” “Waiting for Snow in Havana” by Carlos Eire.
Eire’s memoir about his boyhood in Cuba and eventual exile won the National Book. Primary Sources: Central, Latin, South America & The Caribbean Cuba Search this Guide Search. Primary Sources: Central, Latin, South America & The Caribbean: Cuba.
primary sources related to Central, Latin & South America. Contents; An Exile's Memoir of Cuba by Alina Fernández Call Number: FF47 A3 ISBN: Ana Mendieta was a feminist artist of the 70s.
The title of the book comes from a protest outside the Guggenheim Museum by the Womens Action Committee in Juneoutraged not only by the exclusion of women and women of color including Mendieta against the inclusion of one Cuban-born artist Carl Andre, her accused killer/5.
Cuban exiles, including veterans of the Bay of Pigs invasion, have been watching the transition of power in Havana from afar, disheartened and. Ina dialogue took place between the Cuban government and the Cuban community in exile, resulting in the Cuban government's agreement to release political prisoners and promote family reunification by allowing Cubans in the U.S.
to visit Cuba. The testimonies gathered in this book offer over one hundred perspectives on the Cuban diaspora and on what it means to be Cuban in exile.
Through narratives, interviews, creative writings, letters, journal entries, recipes, photographs, and paintings, Cubans from various waves of the migration and their descendants piece together a complex. * The Cuban Living History collection in Special Collections includes personal interviews.
20 of these interviews are with Pedro Pans and others involved in the operation. The interviews are unique conversations with Cuban exiles that played very important roles in the early exile community and the creation of Cuban Miami.
[One man’s search for his lost Cuban childhood] Have pity on the panting bicitaxista, for loaded in back are 15 copies of Cueto’s new book, a page illustrated coffee-table edition that. Cuban Visit. Lindblom recently visited Cuba with a delegation seeking information on prisoners, and the group hopes to return this year.
Armando Valladares, in the newly published book “Against. The Bush dynasty and the Cuban criminals has been instrumental in securing the release from prison of militant Cuban exiles convicted of terrorist offences, according to a new book.
Isabel Alvarez Borland is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Arts and Humanities in the Department of Spanish at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. Her books include Cuban-American Literature of Exile: From Person to Persona () and Discontinuidad y ruptura en Guillermo Cabrera Infante ().She is also co-editor of Negotiating Identities in Cuban American Art and.
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