Don’t Annex, Adopt
El Pueblo (New York, NY). Nov. 15, 1855, no. 6.
During the first half of the nineteenth century there were several attempts in Cuba to gain independence. Some groups supported annexation with the United States. A number of Cuban exiles lived in New York and a few short-lived papers in Spanish were published to help spread the cause. Francisco Aguero Estrada started El Pueblo on June 19, 1855 as an anti-annexation paper. This issue is the only one recorded in a library.
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