Figures and Tables
Figures
1. Map of the Caribbean  xvi
2. Pen-and-ink portrait of Baéz by Samuel Hazard  54
3. Alcazar de Diego Colón (Diego Columbus’s fortress)  104
4. Exhibit halls, National Museum of the Dominican Republic  104
5. Exhibit halls, National Museum of the Dominican Republic  104
6. Entrance, Museo del Hombre Dominicano  113
7. Floor plan, Museo del Hombre Dominicano  115
8. Central hall, second-floor ramp to exhibition floor  116
9. “Indigenous Peoples of Orinoco River region of Venezuela,” Museo del
Hombre Dominicano  118
10. “Punishments,” Museo del Hombre Dominicano  121
11. Slave shackles, Museo del Hombre Dominicano  122
12. “A Negro Hung Alive by the Ribs at the Gallows,” Blake  122
13. Pen-and-ink drawings from Hazard used in Museo del Hombre
Dominicano exhibit panels  126
14. Floor plan, Black Mosaic exhibition  143
15. Black Mosaic visitors viewing Cuban refugee raft, Anacostia
Museum  144
16. Francia Almarante newly arrived in Washington, D.C.  153
17. Juana Campos, Washington, D.C., 1998  158
18. Ramberto and Carmen Toruella, Washington, D.C., 1950s  158
19. Julia Lara and her childhood best friend, Ofelia, Dominican Republic,
circa 1960  163
20. Zip code map of Manhattan  190
21. Salon Lamadas on a typical day  192
22. Floor plan, Salon Lamadas  192
23. Chucha blow drying a client’s hair  197
24. Salon Lamadas staff  201
25. Nenita’s baptism  214
26. Fannie and her cousins  219
27. “Top nine prettiest” (women)  232
28. “Prettiest” and “least pretty” (women)  232
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