To Cuba and Back A Vacation Voyage in 1859

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“The Master is a policeman as well as a Judge. His revolver and rife are always loaded.
He has his dogs, his trackers and seizers. No man rides unarmed.”
Join Abolitionist Richard Henry Dana, as he explores Spanish Cuba of 1859, where kidnapped Black Africans
were slaves on vast sugar plantations, along with impoverished Chinese Coolies, suffering
under unbreakable eight- year contracts.
Dana visited Cuba on a fact finding mission he calls a “vacation voyage.” He describes Cuban slavery,
explores Cuban society, institutions, educational systems and exposes a corrupt prison system,
where the more a prisoner pays, the less he is punished.


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