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Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba: Stories of Early Twentieth-Century Migration from Barbados
by Sharon Milagro Marshall



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"Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba” is incomparably relevant as a sociological documentation of the times and circumstances of a people who had to grow roots in a foreign environment, adapt, resist and develop a whole new set of principles founded on the bedrock of the initial home-grown ones. It is a tale of resilience, bravery and ability to bend without breaking. It is sure to become the source on the subject of Barbadian migration to and settlement in Cuba.







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