Index
Abreu, [oao Capistrano de, 137
Abolition, 5-7, 17, 22-25.
See also
Slavery
"Africanization," 7, 86
AgUero, Carlos, 63-64
AgUero, Estrada, Francisco, 18
Aguilera, Francisco Vicente, 18,
46,
49,
83
Aldama, Miguel de, 33; criticized by
nationalists, 40, 44-50; dissolves jun-
ta, 62; expresses admiration for U.S.,
27; frees slaves, 25; involvement in
Key West politics, 83-85; member of
New York junta, 21-22; refuses to
help strikers, 72
Alfonso, Jose LUIs, 4
Alianza Oberara
(Havana), 87, 91-93
Allo, Lorenzo, 17
Anarchism and socialism, 7I; challenge
to nationalism, 87-93; criticized by
Marti, 1°4-1°5; feared by New York
leaders, 116; socialist club of Key
West, 130
Annexationism, xiv-xvi; 1840s-1850s,
4-
10;
1870s, 25-30, 49-50; 1880s,
57-61; 1890s, 118-119; opposition by
Saco, 18
Armas y Cespedes, Jose, 35, 38-4°
Arnao, Juan, 109
Arthur administration.
See
United
States Cuban policy
Ateneo Democrdtico
Cubano (New
York), 17
Autonomism.
See
Reformism
El Avisador Cubano
(New York), 68
El Avisador Hispano Americana
(New
York),59
Balifio, Carlos: active in
PRe,
107; sup-
ports Cuban Legation, 132; supports
militant labor in Key West, 87-88,
92;
union organizer in Florida, 74
Bassora, Jose, 10, 12
Bellido de Luna, Francisco, 7
Bellido de Luna, Juan: annexationist, 7,
58, 114- 115; critic of New York jun-
ta, 1870s, 35, 39-40,
42,
49.
See also
El Filibustero
Bello,
Serafin,
99
Betancourt Cisneros, Gaspar, 4- 10, 14-
15, 18
Blaine, James G.
See
United States
Cuban Policy
Bolivar, Simon, 2
Bonachea, Ramon L., 63-64
Bonilla, Juan and Geronimo, 106
Borrego, Carlos, 82
Bravo y Senteis, Miguel de, 39, 42,
48-49
British Cuban policy, 2-3, 5-7, 10
Brito, Cornelio, 106, 1°9
Burning policy.
See Tea
Call, Wilkinson, 58
Camellon, Francisco, 82
Canales, Enrique, 65
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