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  • Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza (1872 - 1956)
    Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza (27 June 1872 in "La Isabel" near Jovellanos, Matanzas, Cuba - 7 December 1956 in Havana, Cuba) was a Cuban soldier, politician, lawyer and statesman. He received his l...
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Geni Cuban sub-projects

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Afrocuban Women Filmmakers
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Banana Wars
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Caribbean Migration (To and From U.S.) Prior to 1900
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Chinese in the Caribbean
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Colonial Americas Portal
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Conquistadores españoles
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Cuban and Other Hispanic, and Minorities - Confederate Soldiers
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Governors of Jamaica
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Indian Wars of the Caribbean
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Indigenous peoples of North, Central and South America -Portal
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Jamaican Portal: "Out Of Many, One People"
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Jews of Cuba - Comunidad Hebrea de Cuba
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Latin American Jewish Odyssey
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Latina / Latino Entertainers of the Golden Age (US)
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Latino American entertainers
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Migration Portal
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New Spain
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Notable Latinas of the Americas
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Portal Latinoamérica
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Presidents of Cuba
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Spanish American War
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Spanish Governors and Viceroys of New Spain
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West Indies - Caribbean Region Master Project