See also: “Summary, Overview and Questions: Excerpt from Blacks in Colonial Cuba 1774 – 1899”, in Caribbean Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 2/3, Essays on Slavery (June - September, 1976), pp. 59-61.
Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies © 1977.
Reviewed in Latin American Research Review © 1983.
Reviewed in The Hispanic American Historical Review © 1976.
From Google Books:
Kenneth F. Kiple is a Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. His edited collections include The Cambridge Historical Dictionary of Disease (2003); The Cambridge World History of Food (2000, with Kriemhild Conee Ornelas); Biological Consequences of European Expansion 1450 1800 (1997, with Stephen V. Beck); Plague, Pox, and Pestilence: Disease in History (1997); The Cambridge History of World Disease (1993); and The African Exchange: Toward a Biological History of Black People (1987). Kiple is author of The Caribbean Slave: A Biological History (1984); Another Dimension to the Black Diaspora: Diet, Disease, and Racism (1981); and Blacks in Colonial Cuba 1774 1899 (1976, with Virginia Himmelsteib King).