Rural Settlement and Houses, Cuba, 1853
The sketch of Laz Pozas accompanies an article, Three Weeks in Cuba, by an artist (pp. 161-175). Shows house types and village layout. Laz Pozas, the author writes, is a charmingly-situated village . . . Beyond it are vast forests . . . [which] afford secure retreats for runaway negroes... (p. 175)
Harper's New Monthly Magazine (January 1853), vol. 6, p. 174. (Copy in Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library)
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