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Puertorriqueñas’ fight for suffrage shaped by class, colonialism and racism—but even today, island residents cannot vote for president
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In 1990 I interviewed Puerto Rican women--feminist critics, sociologists, and writers--for a project on Caribbean women's discourse.
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The central sugar mill concept began in Puerto Rico with the establishment of Central San Vicente in 1873.
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The scholarship on the history of Protestant missions to Puerto Rico after the Spanish American War of 1898 emphasizes the Americanizing tendencies of the missionaries in the construction of the new Puerto Rican.
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The present article is an attempt to combine the analysis of historical documents with the use of data from aged informants for purposes of historical reconstruction.
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by Ellen Fernandez-Sacco, Independent Scholar, Tampa, FL 33618, USA Download PDF Link to source Abstract The only slave narrative from Puerto Rico is included in Luis Diaz Soler’s Historia de la esclavitud negra en…