Taíno Indians, enslaved Africans, Chinese laborers, and pastel-wearing U.S. tourists all traveled to and from Cuba over the last 500 years. Their experiences and labors made the largest island in the Caribbean a hub of the modern Atlantic World. Cuban Pathways tells the stories of these individuals and more, whose toil, vacations, and political crusades shaped the island’s modern history. Cuban Pathways is presented in English and Spanish.
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PRESENTING SPONSOR: Maruchi Azorín, MBA and Dr. Rafael W. Blanco
EXHIBIT CONTRIBUTORS: USF Libraries Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections • Maruchi Azorín • Biscayne National Park • Delta Flight Museum • Dry Tortugas National Park • The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum • Museum of Arts and Sciences • Museum of Florida History