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and recvived from the tjandf ofthatnioru arch a commis Bian as governor of Cuba and Florida.

It wna under De Soto and his snccesaoi-s that the slavery of Cuban natives began.

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The year 1538 saw Havana la Jd h aalicg by a J'^encli privateer and aga\\ \u\^^\ i TITE Qn CEN OF THE ANTILLES.

Public domain books are our gateways to Ihe past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you.Google This is a digital copy of a book tha^ was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world^s books discoverable online.It has survived long enough for Ihe copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain, A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired.Span Uh p^HIiiy and lut U supijleincnted by muujiy, ]iad pro* duced qunrrelfl that rentilted id dividing: the gurri&on into t^vo parties^ and thiu Hvpamtcd they wt^ru easily despatched Ly the overwheliumg numbers of the Da- tites, Coba and Columbtts are in()ias L, following its vriuding^ and imlt^nti Ltions for more than twelve hundred milesp Hud he continued Ida voysge a day or two longer he would doubtless have compassed the i^]alkd and probably disco vorod the North* em Continent, lie gave the name of Santa Catalina to the point at whinh he lir&t touched the shores of Cuba* some three hundred miles to the eastward of Ha- Tsnm In which city the ashes of the " incotnparahtf At- mrantt Vhr Ut Qu U Colon " rest in their ebony caakel in the wall hy tht- aid& ol the gvauii altar in tiie ci U\i^Oit«k\. In tlie year 15.6 they wore tmna- ])ortod to Ilispauioln nvid interred by the eide of tbe g-rujid altar of the outhcdnil of the otty of San Doniingr*, from wbe DGo as precious relics oonneotcd vit Ji the most glorioau epoch of Spuiti Hh history, they were borne in 1705 to the ij^l Aud of Cuha.The di: I]itenut^ut was nu- complishcd in the presence of tlie ljighe«t eivilt religious and military authurilleii of i\w cityt Hiid Oits prtjce^shiii that attended all that was mortal of the great cnpiuin to the ship that was to hear it away, niarkrhed iviih btmners covered with crape, cluuts and rejipouso!

Entirely naked, painted with a variety of colon and devices* with agreeable feature*, of inotie Ts^te stature, but well shaped; they appeared to TJIT: g CECK OF TUB ANTl IXEfl, 15 b« a tlmpl^ aud artless p«oij1e cf gentle and friendly disposition* For nrm A they bor« luiurcst |^g pci^ple — yet thiy early learned to know chat thetr golden ornaments and bits of gold which the white strangere were so eager to obt Aiti, were the magnets that drew tlie&e uninvited visitors to their shores; aud pointing to them they Totild sayt ''behold the christtnu^g god/' To this people came in ISU^ five years after the death of Columbus, Don Diogo Ve U&quez, an oi- peiienced and able cotnmander, of high rank and foi- CUDo.

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