Acknowledgment of Copyrights
I. Indigenous Society and Conquest
‘‘Christopher Columbus ‘Discovers’ Cuba’’ from The Four Voyages of Christopher Colu
edited and translated by J. M. Cohen (Harmondsworth: Penguin, ), –.
Reproduced by permission of Penguin Books, Ltd.
‘‘The Devastation of the Indies’’ from The Devastation of the Indies: A Brief Account by
Bartolomé de Las Casas, translated by Herma Briffault (Baltimore: Johns Hopki
University Press, ), –. Copyright Crossroad Publishing Company .
‘‘Spanish Oﬃcials and Indigenous Resistance’’ from Documentos para la historia de Cu
vol. of , edited by Hortensia Pichardo (Havana: Instituto Cubano del
Libro / Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, ), –.
‘‘A World Destroyed’’ from ‘‘Desaparición de la población indígena cubana’’ by Juan
Pérez de la Riva, Universidad de la Habana – (): –, –, –, –
‘‘ ‘Transculturation’ and Cuba’’ from Cuban Counterpoint: Tobacco and Sugar by Ferna
Ortiz, translated by Harriet de Onis (New York: Alfred Knopf, ; reprint, Dur
N.C.: Duke University Press, ), , . Copyright by Alfred A. Knopf In
Used by permission of Random House, Inc.
‘‘Survival Stories.’’ An earlier version of this essay appeared as José Barreiro, ‘‘Indian
Cuba,’’ Cultural Survival Quarterly , no. (): –. Reprinted (revised) by
permission of Cultural Survival Quarterly.
II. Sugar, Slavery, and Colonialism
‘‘A Physician’s Notes on Cuba’’ from Notes on Cuba by John G. F. Wurdemann (;
reprint ed. New York: Arno Press, ), –, –.
‘‘The Death of the Forest’’ from The Sugarmill: The Socio-Economic Complex of Sugar i
Cuba by Manuel Moreno Fraginals, translated by Cedric Belfrage (New York: Mo
Review Press, ), –. Reprinted by permission.
‘‘Autobiography of a Slave’’ from Autobiography of a Slave by Juan Francisco Manzano
translated by Evelyn Picon Garﬁeld (Detroit: Wayne State University Press,
, –. Copyright © by Ivan A. Schulman and Evelyn Picon Garﬁeld.
Published by Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Michigan, . All rights