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  “I suspect that most people like me, with a standard public school education in the United States and a typical interest in the news, lack even a rudimentary understanding of the not-so-little island barely ninety miles off the coast of Florida.”

Inheriting the Trade
 


Cuba Photos

These are photographs taken in Cuba, during the final leg of the family's journey through the "triangle trade." The slave market in Havana was a frequent destination of D'Wolf ships coming from the west coast of Africa, and the D'Wolfs owned slave plantations in Cuba.

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Jim on the beach at Playa Ancon de Trinidad
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Near town square in Trinidad

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Katrina overlooks the "Valley of the Sugar Mills" near Trinidad

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Trinidad, located in the Sancti Spiritus province in central Cuba

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Residents of Artemisa, an aging sugar plantation town in La Habana Province

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Mario Chappotin and Katrina Browne in Artemisa

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Tom with Cuban boy

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El Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro (Castle of the Three Kings of the Nose)

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Ruins of Arca de Noé (Noah's Ark), George DeWolf's plantation

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Plaza Hotel in La Habana

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Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills). 73 mills once dotted this valley.
 
 
   
      Inheriting the Trade, by Thomas Norman DeWolf, is published by Beacon Press. Copyright 2007.