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1994). Dr. Woodward edited the Central American section of the Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean (1985) and is currently associate editor of Scribner's Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Page vi VOLUME 75 Cuba Jean Stubbs, Lila Haines and Meic F. Haines Compilers CLIO PRESS OXFORD, ENGLAND · SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA DENVER, COLORADO Page vii © Copyright 1996 by ABC-CLIO Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of the publishers.

Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. 45 Jamaica, K. E. , I. Kepars 47 Morocco, Rev. , Anne M. Findlay and Allan M. Findlay 48 Mexico, Rev. , George Philip 49 Bahrain, P. T. H. Unwin 50 The Yemens, G. Rex Smith 51 Zambia, Anne M. Bliss and J. A. Rigg 52 Puerto Rico, Elena E. Cevallos 53 Namibia, Stanley Schoeman and Elna Schoeman 54 Tanzania, Rev. , Colin Darch 55 Jordan, Ian J. Seccombe 56 Kuwait, Rev. , Frank A. Clements 57 Brazil, Solena V. , C. H. , Graham J. Shields 61 Atlantic Ocean, H. G. R. King 62 Canada, Ernest Ingles 63 Cameroon, Mark W.

Immigration continued well into the 20th century, with thousands of Spanish immigrants arriving annually even as late as 1934. The Jewish population, never large, shrank rapidly after the 1959 revolution. Cuba's population was estimated at over 11 million in 1995, with around seventy-five per cent living in urban areas. 1 million inhabitants, with a net growth rate of 17,000 in 1994, a third higher than the annual average over the previous two decades. 4 years for women. 3 per 10,000 live births.

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