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Cuban Americans: We Came to America
Laura M. Hahn (au); Barry Moreno (in)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
The Cuban immigration experience was like that of no other ethnic group, because the people who made the perilous journey across the Atlantic Ocean to freedom in the U.S. and Canada were mostly the upper-class and middle-class people. Like the poor immigrants from other countries, however, Cubans were looking for a place in which they could live freely and not have to suffer under a harsh, repressive government. Today, Miami has one of the largest Cuban-American communities in North America. This book tells about the decline of the middle- and upper-class way of life in Cuba because of Fidel Castro’s government, and how millions of Cubans fled their country to find safety and shelter in the U.S. Full-color illus. Juvenile audience.
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