Don’t Annex, Adopt

Don’t Annex, Adopt

El Pueblo (New York, NY). Nov. 15, 1855, no. 6.

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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.

Adopted by Marty Rojas in honor of Isabel and Rubén Rojas Asen

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