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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Preface
 The Peace Treaty
 Cuba
 Puerto Rico
 The Philippines
 Hawaii
 Mariana Islands or the Ladrone...
 Back Matter
 Back Cover






Group Title: American colonial handbook;
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Title: The American colonial handbook; a ready reference book of facts and figures, historical, geographical, and commercial, about Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Hawaii, and Guam
Physical Description: 180 p. : illus. ; 18 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Campbell-Copeland, T ( Thomas )
Soltera, Maria
Magnus, Maurice
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls Co.
Place of Publication: New York
London
Publication Date: 1899
Edition: 2nd ed.
 Subjects
Subject: Insular possessions -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Cuba
Puerto Rico
Guam
Phillipines
United States of America -- Hawaii
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: by Thomas Campbell-Copeland ... assisted by Maria Soltera pseud. and Maurice Magnus.
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 00715938
lccn - 99001104
oclc - 715938

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Title Page 1
        Title Page 2
    Preface
        Page 1
    The Peace Treaty
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Cuba
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    Back Cover
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CATECHISM

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Where is Cuba ?
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I. r- 7 i.. Ir I i- I -* LOCALITY
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What name was given to Cuba by Columbus?
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What is the formation of the Great Antilles,
taken collectively ?
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Why does Cuba rank among the foremost
communities of the v.orld ?

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What important maritime gatev.'ays are corn
handed by Cuba ?
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What is the general aspect of Cubs from the
sea
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What does the outline of Cuba resemble i
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What is the nature of the Cuban coast ?
NATURE or
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OAT-LAND What is the nature of the land near the coast
COASr-LAND line ?
CHARACTER-
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What is the configuration of Cuba ?

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Through what meridians does Cuba pass?
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Of what islands other than the mainland does
Cuba consist ?
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What other places of importance are in close
proximity to Cuba ?
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Was advantage taken of this fact by the re-
cent possessors of Cuba ?

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What is the nature of the soil and surface in
the interior of Cuba ?
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Of what nature were these obstacles ?
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low far did their observations extend ?
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s it probable that great discoveries will be
idsd east of the 7crth meridian ?
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Vbich are the most mountainous parts of the RAriras
island ?
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'f what are the lowlands-of eastern Cuba
articularly-composed ?
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Lre there many prairies and plain- in Cuba ?
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s the natural drainage of Cuba abundant ?
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\re there any lagoons in Cuba LAGOONS
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i there any yield of value from these lagoons'
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Nhat results ensue from the lowv Cuban shore
in the south-central coast ?
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Which are the most remarkable swamps in
he island ?
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Has Cuba yet undergone accurate trigonomet- SURVEY or
rical survey THE ISLAND

How are the dilf.,rent uivision- of Cuba dis-
tinguished locally ?
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What is the nature of the surface in the prov-
PROVINCES nce of Pinar del Rio?
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I i .. .

What are the characteristics of Maltanzas and
Havana provinces ?
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What are the surface characteristics of
Puerto Principe and Santa Clara ?
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What is the character ol tle surface in San-
tiago de Cuba province
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In which of the provinces are the valleys wid-
est and most fertile?
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VALLEYS inhi -s : .i ,i :' Iin ir .r i. : I' .in .t 1I1.11, anri
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What are the most prominent characteristics
of the Rio Cauto valley ?

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What is a conspicuous feature concerning
a CON- Cuba and the Virgin Islands?
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FEATURE h'' ..r in r'-is'- nu-1 -** '. I, ri.ln lln-i.l -f -rin he.:- l. i

What special geographic advantage does
Cuba possess ?
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Where does Cuba lay with reference to the
Gull of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea ?
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What city of the United State: lies to the
north of Cape Maysi ?
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What city of the United States lies to the
north of Cape San Antonio '

What is the area of Cuba. including keys and
small islands ? oDIMENSIONS
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I- hI' t i. ISLAND
What is the area of the main island of Cuba?
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With what State does Cuba agree, approxi-
mately. in point of area
1'. 1'.i 'W 1
What is the length of the island from east to
west /

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S '; L .-,l .,ni *. i.ll. 1 n..1-1 .. I II '. I .- ; rlnl.. |-

What is the area oi the I le of Pines r ISLE OF PiNES
'II- I., il.. mil,, .i ,r.. i .-.I AND ISLETS
What is the aggregate area of the 1,300 cays
near the main islands?
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What is the length of the coast line of Cuba ?
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What is the w:-idth of the island r

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What is the distance between Care San
Antonio and Yucatan, Mr.xco ?
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What is the distance between Havana and DOSTANCES
Matanzas ?
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What is the distance between Havana and
C.irdenas ?
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What i, the distance between Key West and
the north coast of Cuba ?
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What other islands can be seen from the
eastern end of Cuba ?

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Is the climate of Cuba considered healthy ?
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During how many months in each year is the
climate unhealthy

When are the extremes of heat and cold most
keenly felt '
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Which are the hottest hours of the day?
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Does the thermometer ever iall to freezing
point
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Has sno\*. ever fallen in Cuba ?
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What is the ileanr temperature of the year at
Havana ?

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What is the mean temperature at Havana in
July and Augut 'the .'armest months ?
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What is the thermiomnetrlal average during
December and January


\Vhat is the ave.rane temperature in Santia-o
de Cuba ?
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IALL What is the average rain-fall in Cuba ?
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Does rain fall during all seasons oi the year ?
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How is the rainy season divided ?
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What ii the average number of rainy day-
each year ? "Ri '
.... I n.r..r.. .,u.l SEASON

Are the rains general from May to October ?
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How does the rainfall compare with that of
the Eastern States (U S.I?
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What is the annual rain-fall at Havana ?
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With *.'hat p. c. of moisture is the Havana at-
mosphere usually charged ?
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I ;.I I) 1...I. ... :. I o I.

What is the prevailing wind in Cuba ,
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1 ...l'lr ll W ll res1

Are hurricanes ever experienced in Cuba ?


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I .HURRICANES .


,I .-.I t .r I I g oI r i sel i. n 1 u. a 1


Are there any indigenous diseases in Cuba ?
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]B I I.' .


Where does yellow. : fever appear, in Cuba. and
is its appearance periodical i
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Is fever and ague known among Cuban dis-
DISEASES eases ?
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What is the real cau-s of much unhealthiness
in Cuba ?
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HI . .iFIHI I--.H,. I I .H I 'iH I r1i -


What is the proportion of deaths from con-
sumption compared .with those irom yellow
fever ?
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i: .. I' ,, l. h .. i- r, 1l.. ; IhI.. I .- HI I r i' :
H U' H H IIi I H H .* H I ll.. rl IH. H I I 'i 1LH i i." 'i
What is the percentage of deaths among
yellow fever patients ?
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Does liprosy' prevail in Cuba ?
1 .r. I L I hi l H i J I, i. i ,iH II. t II '.
i; r,. I tii;.-r [H, i[11i 1 i. iH H1i h I -. .iHH H i, i'h

What are the virtues oi green coconut milk
ii Itiin .. i1i il r.i .H I.Iu-I Hr.lI I.I.ilr.,.
REMEDIES .I.-1 -
AND PRE- Vhat remedies should be readily available
VENTIVES in case ol yellow fever ;
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p.-.' 7 I [ r... .. I,.. I. iIt 1 .
What should be borne in mind by visitors and
intending residents
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I, ,, ,, ', ,' HiI 'I H "i H ''IH 'I, "
iOlUiNTA IN%.


MOIINTAINS Which is the most extensive mountain range
in Cuba ?

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Which are the highest peaks in this range ?
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G rnnm I'lP- .I I ",l- f -. Y i..n .. 1. 1 n i n** II- **>** *r .I
T- r. ...i -. Il .% 'l I.*.-[ in 1 .-1 i. Il **"
Where are these eminences situated ?
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Which is the highest peak of the central
system ?
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Do volcanoes exist in Ciba
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.IIIr" .1 .i.ii....- I. i ii i.n -..*ll*2 I l. .lnii. VOLCANOES
.,. '*- i, . ".".. ', '.. .'.- I, T*. ',, 7 I ry.l... ,** ,I AND EARTH-
.ili-r., ..II.,.,I- |ii.1 ii .*i i- .iI..i V..i..in .. .UAKES
Is the island subject to earthquakes
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fr,.,.i i .- I. II.. ,II i. h i l

Does it contain caverns ?

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.., ""..n,.:llr,11" \liir | 0il..r. ,' 1 .1 .= f .i..rr. .I .1hMin.J *


'What is the acreag- of primeval forests in
Cuba ?
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r... ,, I. i *i 1 ..I. r j
How many navigable and other rivers does
Cuba possess ? RIVERS
T" i ,.-- .re I'i'. -.n ril 1-. ;,.-.C .i ,ii. '-..,,I.:. il-
Which is the longest river on the island ?

Through what portions of its length is the
Rio Cauto navigable ?
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,UI I. l In*. iri [ I i. I. ,ii llii* T h,. IIili*-flI *it 1h

What is the source and course of the Rio
Cauto ?
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Which are the most notable of the Cuban
cascades
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CASCADES ,r, It.. .j. i . i.P1 '* ... r. il.'..IL. lh. r ..r





IT I II I- 1 1I1 II
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11 &.lllolcO .It loI' AN.
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Is the harbor accommodation of Cuba good ?
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Ho'..' miny good harbors arc there in Cuba

Vhere are the rhicf harbors


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VJhat is the usual shape of Cuban harbor ?

ST-"APE A JND ; ., ii, ll ... ~ .l r l 1 J Il- Iii 11u. UiIliiI
S-APE AND
LOCALITY

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Are they conveniently; situated ?


t. L ii i~ I I i i I ..i .hi1 I,i ..i 1 l .1 ,l j I


Is Havana Harbor considered safe by marin-
er C


Are large vessels able to use the harbor of
Matanzas freely ?
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ir .l! -'.1 .J r;- .J.-:r.ri .h.- [ r ... l. lll..' i llr


PORTS OF How many ports of cntry are there in Cuba ?
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Which of the ports are used by American and
foreign steamers
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Are there any considerable ports of entry to
the west of Havana ?
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ililli 1.* i i i T 1 ..'.O rs. i.t i ll i. *.nrll- 1
v.1 a u i n. , I:no -
What port lies directly south from Havana ?


I. .il. I r .1J . ..'...1 1.... .. .I r.n. I T, '. .i= l-l. NrAVIGrATIOr
I. -[ i- r.I I... 11 .: ]: I. .:.' Il' r ..

Is the island 'systematically circurmnavigated
for purposes of commerce ?

lI... 1 .i' t.-.LI,, [n.,I.. 'lOJI !;.I 'TI--1. irn

Where are the starting points for steamers
on the north and south ?
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I, .o :. nn .. .,ni .., ,-n r .J .1 .
What is the area and depth of Havana Bay
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3... l.. :. 1.1 I .. in. I ..,..I I r r

Are there many lighthouses in Cuba and
vicinity ? LIGHT-
S. ,I . .i .n .'.'. ... , \r. ..,I. H O US ES
r..l..i hn. . ..r. II ; n. ..,.l..:I1 I l ,.. rl.'. .lI t i n
1i air' *I. ,, rn.1 I I .: r. Ir. i o I: 'II" n., I" '[L ,]n.% Ill

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Are the roads good in Cuba ?
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ir r....I.- *. in jr..l I itr.. i. t ; lh ni f
rjr.i :rl.'r la. r 1 l I. I i. i ..,r .- & [...rr

Where are the best roads located ? ROADS
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I': nrll r.-.'r I !. i, ihr I i'..Ir L'i I. Ir -, th.. r ir. i. . 1 ..


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What is the official title of 'hesE roads, and
POOR when were they made P
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n 'l i r ",, I. . r,,i.is ), ,I .. Ih.. .11 ... g ii


What route is takin by the "Ceniral Road
or highway to Cuba ?

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a' .1-

Is this road worthy of its nipressive name?
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u ,.. 1. I, r ll r r. ,I .r. lh l.. .:ril r, .. r 11.( .1 1 .%, l

Are exitinn maps reliable in showing good
roads



Which means of transportation is most in
vogue when available *
n r ...
How do the road; or Pinar del Rio, Havana,
and portion' of Matanzas compare with those
of other parts of the island >
TI... .-r. ,

How are goods transported in the interior of
the island, outside of the railway lines r
B\ II.-ll **. I *: lli[ : i llI\ .:. rn .JI.

Ho, many services of cars, or diligences, d.c s
the island maintain

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li i..,. .[ i i Il'lh .

What is the name of the national carriage or
ROAD CON- conveyance in Cuba ?
VEYANCES 'IT 1'..l.. I I ... ,r i. ,. .,, i i i .....i r

How is the Volante constructed ?


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Hov. many railroads are there in Cuba, and
what length of line ?
T'1 : .\' r,._:.u." .qi" irl *i I u .., ..I .lu l Ib.,
T i* I..- I i r Ir tri .RAILROADS
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I *11 11 1 hl I ." I li ..tl..* h tll 1*.l:. l.' '** 1n.J Ij ,ln l[ ..* .
II I 1 [ h I 1 I tJ lul.J rlt .
When was the first railroad line opened ?
In1l ] J: l.- L n I I |1i ll ln "ili'l I uI .j j.l,,
Since that time, v.hat lines have been estab-
lished ?
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l'.-- i'*,.. .. ., I . :...".; i rr. .. ,u ,r. .... ,- I
I...*'l I i lrull F I rur.. 1ii'i.. i*s. . lr,
'l**-.. 1 1 .t I r l r I *.ril h I.
Which of the Cuban cities can be reached by
rail from Havana ? CONNEC-
TIONS BY
RAIL

What important points are connected wi'h
Havana by rail ?
F al l.,' ., I l ., ,l, I 1 .[ n r. ... ., I ....ii. -..H
i',t' I I i .I l =.its hI .* ,. L ..,r .] I., iInI III .-
r. --n.rtt h e ir..... l l.'S.,nt I '" +++I II .,+ jl .1 l ,. .

Are thire any short local lines in this region ?
h*?.,, l "r .~ 1 ,h gi I. .i I u .I.' "..*u I :-i .
I i...,.i.r I~i .. I
Is the south coast of Cuba :,asy of access from
Havana by rail i SOUTH
i. 1 ll.. I r Ur .. ,.., ... . COAST COr.-
I ,,,.l-- ., l. i .r NECTIONS
Can the most important sugar estates be
reached by railroad ?
I-'-. Ii r. "r.. i. i. i- .I ,.'I. I nv -'' l.'n :'I 1 11..-1.

Of what description are the railroad carriages
in Cuba ?
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Of what material are the rails in the Cuban
railway system
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How many pasenper: ".'ere carried by rail in
RAILROAD Cuba in 13.4?
BUSINESS ,. -r ...,..

I'"01" LA IEON.
What is the proportion n of population, accord-
ing to se:<, color, and nativity?-


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t I i .iil r .- i i ...I I 11..1i i0i.. i .
Into ho. .many classes are the inhabitants of
Cuba divided
i.. il. r. J I. r. I..' i *. I, i I. . r, ii .. i r

POPULATIOr
What is a creole ?

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. I I .. I .I r. l I i r r . 1

I .. *. r 1 . .1. . :. 1 L ; 1 1

[ , ,.I.- ,.. w I
What is the density of population per square
mile in each pro-vince
H Oi rs lI,: ,. M ""., ., '.... -.,, it: '
t'l.h r .I I I ) ,. i ] ," 1.'I I . i I i le- I..

What is the population of Cardenas ?
1. '" .4 .- u I 'I.1i : .I ,
When v.cre emancipado.s partially freed
negroes' made fully free
,i ., r i I I
ABOLITION When was slavery totally abolished in Cuba ?
OF SLAVERY '..' -I I .
How" do the manners and customs of the
Cubans compare with those of Europeans ?
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I ? .i l I ;1 I:. ,l i I ,I' -. 11..1II- *.L I11 I
.. i j StJ .J1-i .
Are there many FreemaTons in Cuba?
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..... I-I., , ,, 111i i. ,r, r. i, rl .. .. I I
By whom were position .:s official and clerical
prominence filled under the late administra-
tion ?
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l-'T E-H I M. '"I


Of what nationality are the landowners in
Cuba ? NATIONAL-
CTV OF PRO.
Cub ,, El,,. h l \i..'. i..... .-I rn Fr ,h.i .l ', OF P O.
lr PRIETORS

To what nations do the railroad owners be-
long ?
Tb.e-. r...rl- ii- ilrn I. "1 I tI.I fii l.-l. .\ ii. rT.- i'.



Of what nationality are the majority ol mer-
chants?
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ii.irr, i rl,.i ,. \ i. ..r.. ,r I .ir. jr.a.rl .1r ..1 ti r., l i r..i[i

Are the engineers of the large sugar estates
foreigners ?
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rr .:h T h.* ..' .rr. rp *., I T ,I .1 iT . l r.I.1, i ;
nI. r' ir h.I'l ... r .il ... I..111111

Has vagrancy been suppressed, hitherto, in
Cuba? vAGRANCY
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th,= r,.l hl ,.g is] ., th .rit.. i .:rl,:.r.: a iJ 1it ir. ." "
,..:.rj : I.' ,.. :. q.r. r~ .1' . nI h r.,i r

To what is this state of affairs attributable ?
TI I .-:r 1 r...i A1. ir l.i i .-... ii.- r .r.

Are the Spaniih official maps of Cuba
accurate ?
N .'. 1i i j..iir r.li r ,- rn, ir .rhr -t .l:-.rilh ii I I 1 .:.] r.)ii.
rl ,'7 .'..rl hr, ; ar.,r. r,'t Ir .i'i b riL h l' l:,J : i,


From wKbL .p:,e 1 the ;abor-inrrket I: rgel-
supplied EMPLON -
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I. l r. r, a.---- ,n rr,. ,r..in i ,r- T.r LA30R

In.-ny white lab. r c.T..p,'o::d
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ir ., ., r' | Ii..I .I .. .-

Of what nationality are the seafaring people
of the Cuban :oait ?
.i.. ter,_ all.l j r. l l
How are the Chinese employed ?
Mman'y ar., :-. r pla, itatr...br TIils ..iit *-f lat...rrp I,
J-'cr-'-,l c. as ra;r_ .- in|l-.. rl-l,'rh Is f..rtbl.J .-b









Who are the most valuable laborers on the
island ?

r ,,r lful

What is a leading characteristic of the Cuban
CUBAN of mixed blood ?
CHARAC I. ." ,,, ,-I. I .. Ii ii , ..., r ,r .i ,_ Ii r
TERISTICS
TER ISTIC S ,i, i ,r ...( It.I r.., I ...... l{, l 'r.h...:,.rr l ,iu
1" .. q.'r" e --, L, tI 11,. 1 I .La tr il . .i

What is the Galician and Catalan peasantry
noted for i'
[-...r ij-i in i -i .
W hat is the present attitude of v.-hite laborers
as to migration .'

I,..t= r," 1hi, i t !-l .
Of v.hat standard are the educational facili-
ties?
EDUCA- -..i, , ,i, I ..i,. .-,-i I, i i, .- ,,r.
TIO N A L ... . ,r.. 1. .-. r... ul -i T! .J ..,' .I.. .1 ii,.
FACILITIES -. .. . .I 1 I i 1 1, I I. ii .

What school facilities were reported at
Havana in ISo5?


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Are there many academic institution; in Cuba ?
T1-h*' ._" ,.' *. [.,'.,...' ." ..1 I... II..- '..r.l.hl

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Are there ; .y public lil.raricr in Cuba .
N r ,. *r. i...r.-

ILLITEr AC- W hat is the present percentage c.r Iliteracy ?
;r. i.r.. l r* l. '. rI l .r '1. .
Hov. dJ the Le:f-r rlss-.-s educate tlc.r
children ?
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What are the largest cities of Cuba ?
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Which city of Cuba is recognized as the polit-
ical capital of the island ? CAPITAL OF
H i .,ll,. ii .i I1: * H . i." .r .'.i.ll. i ~ THE ISLAND
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',h r ii|...II ll.h i.1 i1 dul11..*
When was Havana founded, and by whom ?
.1n I ..l.. .? II, .. "' I .I- p .
What is the proper name of the city of
Havana ?
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On what ijte did the city formerly stand f

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t Il* II 11 Ii. h ll . iP il.., .I 1 ll. .rl- 1i. rl..,.

How is Havana situated ?
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InHab .r b I : i ..in. .I I ,rnr*i,.--n. f ,h-".- n. .,~~ACTS CON-
l l. ail l Ill. I.-., CERR ING
When v.as Havana irst fortified i "AVANA
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I, ,h F1H I,. -i . -
What are the most notable objects in Ha-
vana ?


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I...Larih .2,i l a.l* n. *'... .*nlil r ~lt u si*. :. i ".:n Il
ab our,' .-., Iln l .u Inl. II- '. 1' '". .h'* -" +I'.a
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i n t..ll .1.
lI there a systeii of water'.orks at Havana ?


Are municipal impro.'ements nov: in progre:-,
at Havana ?

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Fro n which of the rivers Is the Havana vater
supply obtained i
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. II i ,. . ,11
is there a proper se*.erage system in the
:ity r
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HAVANA
WATER-
WORKS





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What methods. or rapid transit exist in Ha-
RAPID vana for city ser.-ice ?
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Wa. Havana a representative Spanish city
under the late 'govcriilmenit '
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r I u,. ii, .* ,: i .* .F *i. I, : r -j r,*.. Ir'
I Cal l E', ,

Which is the s~.cond city and sraport of west-
ern Cuba ?
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Is Matanzas a nIlotrd commercial center ?
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M ATANZAS ..i.. r.i I, II itr-l.: l.- .,,.i l u.1 i-a, .. ..I Ci ,
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What other notable facts can be slated con-
cerriing Cuban citie-


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PUERL TO I .. t ,r ...r C ... 1.:. i
PRINCIPE .i ,, i i u i I.... -i r I.l n .F I .lt


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C.ATi in ll.M. ,1


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1i.h i ? j ,.nE I. 4..,[,'.' SANTIAGO
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,. I.SUPPLY
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iHas the IStret railway system ben
















givn to stores and taverns ?
L r.I I II.. 1.[ ri .Id f- Li i1 1 iL ,, -11111 1, I .
Are 1 l".e u r nI.t V 'III II .. ICuban c Iitie


lI' r i ..* i*Il l] .: 1..- h. il -

Is there an ample supply ofpure water in Cuba? WAiER
SI,4. SUPPLY
Has the .trtet railway system been developed
o:.utside of Havana ?
!; 1 [ *. ir i I r l h ilth 1.
d -II i SERVICE i 1 -
Vhat ia strikingly char actent ot throuhe names
given to stores and taverns i
1.. 1 1..i l., l l .. .'1 I I I .u I r I ...I h I I. I I .-
ri rIrt.. : .: I i.u i" -

Are elevator asn ure in Cubans ctiesx
T II .E. rU11 ,r,. .. ... hI II. ,,r. il
?I.I.-- I- F 1i J .' A nl I :... l' I .'

How many post-os svices vere there in Cuba in
S189 4 ? POSTAL
fH. 1s, 1 nSERVICE
How many, letters \v*-re zent through the
Cuban poit-offices dur-ng 1394 ?
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F .. l... h r 1 ..l' .E 'h
Are any measures in progress for extension
of the postal service ?
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l 1..l i l, .i1 **~I I., L ...1 i n n :








A<.i< I 'LTIFIti.
What percentageof the land in Cuba is under
cultivation
.\1 .* LJ 1i. r ... -..1
What are the principal agricultural products
of Cuba?
ti. t eu.-, r l . i..i T._.. .h i. i i *rih .,ri --,
..**I [,;..: IFF I. ths ap ..r .1 r 1 ,,t..
In what part of Cuba is the grov.wing of sugar-
cane the leading industry ?
SUGAR-CANE T 1, I I .. I..- ii
INDUSTRY -, i .r, *., . 1,:t r. i.. i'lh, 'r .&PI K1,.

.r; .:-l I-rf I.*.,i Inll n: I +: *.*.ubl .hll .. II. liI
,,I l? ,"
What is a fair ,'icld of cane in these districts.
and its value ?



Which agricultural industry takes second
rank in Cuba?
T ...I ,.. ..
Is the land of Cuba suited to the cultivation
CEREALS of cereals
r[ ". ?,*l,,i.r F LJ b .L
Are corn, wheat, and oats grovn an Cuba ?
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I .- .. al' u1- 11.-..-

Is rice extensively cultivated
I r ri. I .I. Li .r ii i i i Il
I .... i. .i1 i. t I
Is cocoa or chocolate produced in Cuba
l'l;.; ,, "I 1 IIIl lll i i **. i I l .
r ,l i r, III. .1 rl r.l. i. i I i '\ .[.. [ '..

What are leading products of Cuba in addi-
tion to those mentioned


rRUITS AND What fruits, vegetables, and cereals are indig-
VEGETABLES enous to the island >
i'.P.- l. .l hl I .11 '. -, ., r .l 9 1 '.- r.dJ Ir.J I 1u ...I I n .
Are garden vegetables cultivated in Cuba ?
%_. l. 1 I.r-s' .tue 1t -.1 ru :*. 1 I 1 II.I; ri.5
.. i. i. 1 a'?-.. h ..- ,. .l I 'P.h .l .1. .. .

Is grass plentiful in Cuba P
Y.. i ..i:1 r.i .I .lih I. l.-- -u i i *r a'. iu r. i r ..et r.
...,tit Ih. I1 s., J all r.r. iJ .-_, l,.I ut i ra: .A f I',r or,-:1.






I I I .1I 111 1- .


In which provinces are the grazing lands rich-

rIra l.it i i lii I a .. hl -.i,.
Are fertilizers essential in cultivation of the
lands ?

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III* \ :i. r..r .. . [ ..-.. i i .1I r I. l i.i :..i1 -iI. r

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Doez bee culture receive attention in Cuba ?
N 1 *I'i -II*sI I, r II. .... . 'iI.. |. ...h
.1.... 1:. h..... '.. .,. Jr r L .. ... .. I I. r .. I .. II .. B E E
,l ... i... .I .. I .I .. .I I .,. CULTURE
Do poultry flourish on the island ?
Y.- ** r . '. .. l ... ....i. 11 .. 1 .' -
What industry, under favorable condition-,
is likely to become preemin-:t ?
I -" .- I C r L .
Ho1 v.' iany farms, ranches, and plantation;
in Cuba ?
'I I.l lm iln I'"','""' lh.. I .,.,..i .,..' '..,n r FAR M S AN D
I,.I I W ... l Ir 0 . Il,. 1, "" I = PLANTA-
%tiff. % TiONS

What are the estimated capabilities of sugar-
producing land in Cuba



What is the nature of the Cuban sugar lands ?
r h,. ... iI1 l 'i.l., 1 |.ir;I . l .ir l 'r [ [I ..I. I t ..
I ,1 ,Ir..I ... I.. ....i. rl i. ll. 1 .. \1 III [. 1. .11 h I I .. S U G A R
1 1ill II .. .Ilh*r r' L 1"..1. hII' * .I' '| .l-' LA N DS
I t* I.l.,r.'t' ,'I. ..,,. .' ,'1 :. r, . . In 4.',,. ..i
>i -. rn *. Lril, 1 .i n*.. i. I
In what part of the island are sugar-cane
plantations found ?
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I .H i Ii*J o rg r f i*.I*l J. rlf lie ,sr. i. [Ill 1... rt,

Ho-w are the sugar estates equipped, with
regard to machinery ?
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... .. .I il *l... i l. I I Irl I l IIri .-l E S T A T E
..i .. ''l, i' ... i .'. .I .I 1l11." il. .1.. l.i.I .I.lir.i n EQUIPM ENT
Ir, .. .l i il I i 1. I .. I -h.'h ,I1'11- -1 Ir.'. .. | Ii

n a e.lllina:





SUtp.l.


What is the sugar product per annum under
favorable conditions r
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What .va the total product of sugar during
the fiscal year 1896-97 ?



What is the average export ol sugar under
favorable conditions
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When w.as the sugar-cane industry estab-
lished in Cuba.
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I lI, .' i, .:1, I u -L.-s i its I p r i, arit,,
To what extent is molasses manufactured
in Cuba.
MOLASSES I '" I ' 11 ....
AND RlUM
What is the export of rum from Cuba?
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14I1E 1 (41.

Hoa is% the tobacco growing area of the
island divided ?
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t.ill . r.- t I.I .J. i.... r... 1 1. II I....
Where is tobacco grov.n v.ith greatest suc-
cess '
W HERE I :i..s : .II i.. iI -.r.r .. l. ri.l L.r [ ip
TOBACCO ...r1,. ..r ir: ,l .' ,I .[ r I. 1 ..r ...:ll ri..i
PRO SPER S .. ,. .(I h. r.i11.. ..I. I. i.r ... ii Pib r .r1,

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Is the leaf known as Ha ana tobacco"
grown near that cilty


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I..' b U. r I.- ,

Of what quality is the exported Cuban to-
QUALirY OF bacco?
TOBACCO ," --,...'...,i, ., [ ',,- [.e b-.-r -..i.,6 ... --
In .Ji .. **\[...rt, Cu ., s :f ill .:lii .::. aniS





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tlll illn -1 l lh... .. II. --[L I- r I ,it. ,I. ..*.. LI,-"
SI.1 ]' I Ir I. i 'u I '* I I a si, HAVANA.
Ir ia '. ,i ,i, h ,, i, ,',,, h ,, ,. 'l ii. .. M A D E
irl t I rh I .... . i 1 II I1 I* n e nt C I.AR
CIGARS


Are all Ha.3na-made cigars of Cuban to-
bacco ?




ihIl. .. II. i 1 .*I *I l:i.'.
I- the import or Puerto Rican tobt.:.:o nov.'
permitted in Cuba ?
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iN l .I ,i. I 1 1. 1. 1 .I I I 1' I.. I ..' rj .lii ." 1- 1"
ih. ~h.II, ,L. I' i lt iI..Ih Iii '..'t..


Howv many persons are usually engaged ii PUERTO
tobacco cultivation RICAN
NI"r. ., l I1 '.II TOBACCO

What is the estimated average tobacco crop
of Cuba ?
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J rllJ l a ... ri "i la II i l. i i . .r r ,ii.K,
fiariiar. i, Ii ib I

What .'as the export of tobacco leaf from
Cu t.a in 18;,6


Howv many cgarettes were made in Cuba in

'"....'....i CIGARETTES
AND CIGARS
Ho..' many cigars i.cre made in Havana in
1392?


What was the export of i:gars in 1896 3


Are there many cigar facroriea in Havana
Y. . ri, i l II I I. I i. I % i &:h. I l. I ,. .,] il , ,


Is coffee cultivated in Cuba f
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S1 Cr.T A.


Has the coffee industry o Cuba suffered from
COFFEE competing markets I


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Ie Ii ii I l .1.
Which sections are mo.it favorable for the
cultivation of colff'e 1
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What '.a: the product of Coffee in iS96
s...' l ani I.. n F.. J',] .u il.: Irh r. I..-g .;* ,J I Ih

Is cotton an important product of Cuba
CO TTO N .; I I. I... r. i .. ,.. r .. I ..,
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I GEl..TA .LE KI (.[IObI.




Which are the leading vegetables, plant:, and
roots I
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VEGETABLES ." '.-
A N D .[ Ii l .. .. i ... -Il J l.. I r hi [.
PLANTS i.p... I.---r r... j I.. ...r ...
..r.., Ir. .. .. .. . . ., __" ,\
, . ... . , .. .. .l ,,.I



How many flo'.'erinc plants are there in Cuba?


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,u L I

Wlih is Cuba called the Pearl of the An-
tille ?
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ii w i'h r I. l a i .

FLORA V.hat characteristic forms are embraced in
the flora of the island
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CA.TL I.'llI lM. .*


Which forest tree is at once the most stately
and the most valuable ?PALMS AND
TI-. V I. i1.l I' I .. I:., .. -rn. -i ... .. I l 1 .1. PINES


How many species of palms are there in Cuba?
M. ,I..:. 1 i i i tl ,l'. t 1 01. 1 1,,I, I" I I, i 1 I.11,..
In which of the provinces is the pine tree
found ?
11 I'lr. ir I. I |'l. I ti- . .... I I.. 1 ..f
I -u* I- II. ]lI II II: Ih-l- il al- II'1 ,I IIt 11r1
Which are the principal woods found in Cuba?

.il. ., I i i, i.... l i .1., 1 i.. COMMERCIAL
L'I "''l* l1 i "Ii, I1..1 .i .I. i 1,iI.iii **. .. W OODS.
WOODS
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liiirZg: 0.. itlh L I.
Among the indigenous v.oods of Cuba, v.hich
are the moit valuable ?

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....I. .... .. ... rl .i I ...i .1 1...1 1.. 1111. .


i ,. ...... ...... '... ,.. .


Is the gro-.'.th of bananas and plantains mn
important industry ? FRUITS
IL i+ p i. *P I ..* II.- I I T 1 -li **111 i l i ih.3 ilh il
,l hr .* ris. .*..ll 0. ,l r ,.i" I ..: I' ..i I l I -+1. ll lI- 1.
l10, ...\ ). 1.hl .h : i[ I. L...Ijh IrI I? vu g.l 'II

What district, have proved moit favorable
for banana cultivation ?
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hl I I Ih -II L I
Which monnth are considered to be the ba
nana season in Cuba ?
Ir" I i' -I -ai. L' I -.: h I .
Hov. does the Cuban banana rank among
United States Imoortsi BANANAS
. I .. 1 1,r ,t ',.. l III....[ I. .3. I
What is the average export of bananas,
under favorable conditions ?
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Which are the most esteeiied fruits ofCuba?
i I r,.' r. 'I .rl I n In-j .r.,l'.c' ,
is the grc'.'.th of oranges in Ciiba confined to
ORANGES one province or section
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r I, 11:,II ,I rt. .... f rr ie ..I,. I

Has any attention been paid t.. the export of
the orange from Cuba ?
NP. r..; i' ,- I
Where arc pineapples grown.'n
i .i i ,i ..,1 I h l l I *n j i i ri-
What is the virtue of the Myrtacee fruit
v'hich grc.'.s in Cuba "
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r...i I r ,, i, i.. I i. .i. i. 1.- i.i
Are olives plentiful in Cuba :
OLIVES





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I ,r11, rv ... .. 0
I ;,.. .. I .D i 1 .


What are the leadinE mineral resoircn s of
eINExRALS Ctuba
ili 'ln."!ci. ,r ..r, ll lln., ir.k i.I' . *' i* -r, ,Ir..l ,11.
I lI ...l .. i . j.r l ,Ire l] l.. r r .I .. .I .i l .
What other minerals are found in Cuba a
I t, lj : :1I. -. l- .. r, 1.: I.1 i ,- ti l. I .| r| r, l
!,, ii.l.r I- I i I- j:[ mt el I
bI anything definite known concerning the
existence of iron ?
I|I _' .ill.,\\ I, 'helr I Ill |1 1 1 I ::Ir l" I rj r I.....
i ,. i r I t * I r . I r I \ . ... [ [ i. L I r C . r .1 1 1 ..I. i

E ll cn-,i c i ..i ri, i .ir.. ,i r r .. Ii-- .. .' '.. t,r 11 ll i":..
--I, it.: h.: I r I .:-r.. r. t ..1 ,r,
Hov.. many iron mines were there in Cuba at
the end of 1i91 ?
IRON MINES
Tler. v re I .-'
How many men are employed in the iron
mines ?
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CATFCHI?. 37


Where are the iron mines no.. in use and
what is their product ?
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i ..rl. i .'lll.l. i r l. |I 1 I.. l11. 11*. l i I.* I l .I.lli ... l

What is the combined capital of the Juragua
and Daiquiri companies i


Of what description is the iron ore found in
these mines?

II, .hahinr, i..' .i rl.,. 7 .- t 1. 1.1'.li.F-r.r ri IRON ORE

S I .I... .- .. I r ..1



Are the mines ov.-ned and operated by natives
or foreigners ?
"i'l,* ) ,I," *," r," .II. .II. ,t a 1.r s.,' ",l ,+l4 .,',h lh,
Ii.r i ..1.11r .-. T .. r- p .n. . n ll;. I, i -*11^ 1, i.'.ll ...rk L .
i .( srn .l ill i r I' I ,." ,, .,.. L.,,M f-.:.
What quantity of iron ore is shipped per
month to the U. S ?

hr, I I 3, .* lh l lh r t , :. ]'. r ,


When. and in which province ws.' copper first COPPER
discovered ?

Where are the mines situated ?
"' r llr- I.ir I i Ml"r- .ir.lI I II 1L I. -\ 11,. iiiIr,- *in.ii

What has been the product of these mines
when fully worked?
i I j]--I'. -ih, .11
How many copper mines were there in Cuba
at the end oi 1i& i ?
I i.- r-1 L
Are any gold or silver mines open in Cuba at
present GOLD AND
.nI ,r .i Iii ..I iiT I I..: I l ir. I.nl il 1 ni l ji irn ll...z S ILV E R
Where c'.ere the first silver mines located,
and what did they produce?

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*. L-A l U Il I h- . l .: .J ...






.. 1., .A


What vwa the quality of the first silver ore
mined in Cuba ?

,li': I4 ]i. ii n ,i

Where is manganese usually found in Cuba?
MANGANESE P i n- A,, rr., I.. i .,, i.. : .,tir.: r .i, 3 1
Ir. ,h .- tr.r t r r. :l[ i' .-.d l. .rh.if .1 -J l'- l.,'*;
(I[ .- ...I I I.'',r...I
HoVw many nlanganese mines were there in
Cuba at the end of i291 ?

Is slate found in Cuba ?
-.J, rli t,- .i i .-I, ..... I I... Ilt), t h.... in .
I... .st, ', i i. I., i ., .i- -i I iI

W hat is the usual quality of slate quarried in
Cuba ?
it i..ri. ,... ....,r'r. .... ....., (ic, c.. ... .lt
r : I.'-, .,-, ,- l. ,' i i. 1, H 'i '"l _'

Where does asphaltum occur?
in ,.'.0I ., ..f .. 1 r,. .1h. ( I .. 1. : .4 .
ASPHALTUM ... I r ..... '. 'I .. ::
it! IA l- ll Ii 1,. .1 .l .., r i1 ,

(I.'l 1 ...1 I h r l .. 'jl ir. .llji'l '

To whom do the asphaltum mine- belong
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.l. r .. I.j i l ...t l i.. .. .. . ( .I


Where are marbles and jasper found, and of
what description are thry ?
SI r .. I it. lI r,- I1 i ,. f r1. i-li.i
h . .. .. i.t. .il . i t b l .F...l..l I Lsl 1 1 ~ l T
S ,.... : ... h r .... gr,. ,- .I .... . r I s ,.. .i .. + t.
is the lodestone found in Cuba ?
.'. ,, r .. nrl,,,- [.,rt-
Of v.hat description and quality is Cuban
coal ?

Are mineral oili found i Cuba
COAL I ..
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.: f 1 .I 11. . .. ? 1,'i .,lI. '1 '1. le '. 1 Ii [I. .'.i 1 -
Ii ." .I abl:. .Ir_.l .., .. .iI. *l ,.l .li l.. .I .- g Ir. .
I ..... r I j I 1 1 1,
Are mineral oils found mn Cubsa ?
Y ..





rATErri iM. 3m.


Are there salt pits and works in Cuba ?
T I*.. dr. I t '. -'I II.jl ui ln I.L.- -. iJr.r ..r]...I i ri.- r -' 'll
SIIs.I ..; ir .rL, it LhI I. 'hlit J( .11 11- .. I ,. 'iL S ALT
SllI( ..r' .. rit .I .. i t S ij.i.i .It 1 .1 i ii SALTI I,

I' -lr.- II. I ,i I I..- l. ., t- ,.L .1 1.t t .' l,'h 1 l'l..J In, I
It*.. .h . i I... I Vs, I i I..lh t .ll h ...

Where is salt chiefly found ?
ir .If,- .,' *, lln ll [ I L In llh t h l I i."
_',, 1, l nn ils

Are there mineral spring in Cuba ?
T h .I I l l .I i l .. ll.l il l h ,. l .. ll Ir h r- .' .. .I. i.. .
). I I. i l~ I *. I, i'.. .I r 1 ... ll. l Ih f..r t ollL

iIu s .lll, Ii r ,1a l llg. I ... ... .
Which are the most celebrated Cuban medi-
cinal waters ?
'TIr .: .. ... D,, ... ..,.1. j.I.. 1..- .-. M IN ER AL
lI.] ,ilr -. I .. .. i h.. 11 :.I ri.h i .., .ti. l W ATERS
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-.lii IL sli I III it": I l i. ... i I. J. .r.
.1 .it.. I" ..
.NIM 1 KIN. DO.TI.



Which are the mo-t valuable of the domestic
animals in Cuba ?
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IS Cuba favorable for the breeding of horses ? ANIMALS
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What are the characteristics of the Cuban
horse ?
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Do goats and sheep flourish in Cuba ?
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sheep, are the totals o horses, mul, cattle,
sheep, and pis In Cuba ?
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What wild animals abound in the woods of
Cuba ?
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What quadruped is peculiar to Cuba ?

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Where are deer found in Cuba ,
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What is a conspicuous feature among birds
indigenous to Cuba *

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Are there any noxious insects in Cuba ?
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Arc snakn- numerous in Cuba ,
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Is there a plentiful supply of ish in Cuba i
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Are crabs common in Cuban v.aters i

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What were the total receipts of Cuba for the
fiscal year J 893-9o1
RECEiPTS
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AND EX-
What .ver' the total expenditures of Cuba for rENDITURES
the fiscal year 1i3'3-94 i
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What r.-as the estimated debt of Cuba on
July 1, 1805?



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What is the value of foreign trade with
Havana i FOREIGN
''"' '.. ,. 1r 'ri-', -TRADE
How. many vessels entered the must important
harbors of Cuba during 18,)4
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What are the principal imports of Cuba P
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What was the value oi imports of Cuba dir-
ing the year ending April, r1806 ?


Which are the chief imports from England,
United States, and Germany ?
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What is the total value ofCuban imports from
Great Britain i

What is the total value of Cuban imports from
the United States ?
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IMPORTS What ls the value of domestic exports from
AND the United States to Cuba ?
EXPORTS
What is the value of foreign exports from
the United States to Cuba ?

What is the total value of Cuban reports from
Spain ?
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What are the principal Cuban export ?
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EXPORTS Cuba during the fiscal year 1890 ?
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What were the principal dutiable articles im-
ported from Cuba during 1I97 ?
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W hat .'.ere the principal articles imported free
of duty from Cuba- in 1897 ?
UNITED i.j ur,., t.. ... ....I ;'
STATES
IMOTATS What was the total annual -alue of free im-
ports from Cuba in 1,97 ?

What is the total annual value of vegetable
products exported from Cuba

What is the total annual 'value of mineral pro
ducts exported from Cutba

What is the total annual value of animal pro-
ducts exported from Cuba "

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all these countries show considerable inferiority to Cuba in
methods of manufacture and in the class of machinery in use.
The neglect of tie other West Indian planters to advance with the
times is the main cause of this lack of prosperity at the present
moment. Of the other cane-sugar countries of tie world Java is
the only one which comes within 50 percent. of tie amount of sugar
produced annually in Cuba In normal times, ntd Java and the
Ilawiian Islands are the only ones which are generally advanced in
the process of manufacture.
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ing of the cane in Cuba were extremely profitable undertakings,
and the reasons for their prosperitaymay be stated as-
(1) The excellence of thie climate and the fertility of the soil,
which allow of large crops of good cane. The rainfall, about 0
inches, is so distributed that irrigation is not a necessity, though it
would in mIanLy cases lie advisable.
(2) The great movement toward the centralization of the estates
which took place in the early eighties; planters having understood
the value of large sugar houses and overcome their difficulty in
this way.
(3) The proximity of the United States, affording, as it does, a
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PUERTO RICO.

II 'TOR ICAL.
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the day of Columbus.
Little is known of the religion an-I.: : l .i n: r h : ib .
tivesatthis period, but itseemscertai, !, 11. ,-I., i- ,-
in a beneficent Spirit to whom they air i-, iI .11 :....
and in an evil spirit to whom they as(. r,.. .1r. -I i I..,
of misfortune and wickedness.
Their character was gentle, affa' I- I, pai i I.-. i~
generous. Theft among them was i..,-l.. -I ,rr- .-
verely than any other crime. Da:,i.a:i i '.l r--T lJ:
were their principal amusements.
INDIAN RULE The government was a kind of her. i.r I. ri,.....-ar, r.,
the chief of which at thearrivalof th. r r. nr.i, r i- ii ,.
Cacique Aqueinaba. These Indiar- **. rar- ll.
agriculturists. This industry was etlr.:-I., .. rrri.-.l ,, r.:
women; hunting and fishing being, tr i: I pr..-f-.r r.-:
the sole occupation of men. The airm- .r rr.r: [*-'I1
were the bow and arrow, and the i .-:1-1 ,1 \ .,r-1 --.
stone hatchet.
In 1511, the Indians, irritated at in'sr, Iri.:,.T;,r:
treated as slaves by Governor Por. -i L ..'r. .|o. Ii:
associates, rebelled against the Spa...u-.i Ti.e i.,ir-
after several furious encounters, ,-ri--i --., '.,-.
their opponents on the plain of Yag,- .. I .\. V i -- :*.ii
thus made themselves masters of th. i if: i, v: ni..
After the death of Ponce de Leon t'.i I 1 1.1:. ..-
utilized as a transportation colony f..r ,:-: .. I -
BRITISH In 1595, the English adventurer, Ltrji..-. p--unl rli-.
DESTROY Into the harbor of San Juan with n-.ilul. .Ctk I -
SAN JUAN city, andburned the shipping.


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CATECHIS M

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What does Puert': Rico signify ?
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What is the location of Puerto Rico among LOCALITY
the geat Antilles ?
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How. does Puerto Rico rank v.ith the other
Antilles as to size .
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What is the geographical location of the
island ?
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Are there many islets and clifs in the vicinity
of Puerto Rico ?
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What are the dependencies of Puerto Rico?
(il.t'i,, ',-.1 ,rr' .l, r. i tl,: .r ,.I-.- DEPENDEN.
VJhat is the shape of Puerto Rico ? C|ES
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What is the configuration of the coast in
the north and south ?
I I '.. [ -'" .;' : i

Of what nature is the surface of the island
near the coast i
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Are the waters of the Puerto Rican coast
quiet or turbulent ? WATERS
I -l. i' ,-i rr.r, ui I iill,. ilh I .I1 OF THE
What is the greatest depth of the Atlantic COAST
Ocean immediately to: the west of Puerto
Rico ?
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What body of water separates Puerto Rico
from Haiti ?
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How far is the surface of Puerto Rico above
the sea level ?
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ELEVATION II,. I :. iJ ul I uI Jl Im 11. li. .- u rl- rn rinri.
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SEA LEVEL I., .. .,rr .. i. I. 1..i 'I! -.
r....1 I r.. trL I I i., T [ I ''Lt_ u:u ..[II, .I oerra 1
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What is the nature of the surface of Puerto
Rico as a v.whole ?
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Is the interior entirely hilly or mountainous ?
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What is the general appearance of the laud
slope ?
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WVhat is the nature of the land in the vicinity
SURFAct of the Imounitainis
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Where are the lagoons of Puerto Rii:o situ-
ated ?
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In what conspicuous manner is the eastern
portion of the island divided from that of the
e.'est ?
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Hov. many departments are there in Puerto
Rico i
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DEPART-
M ENTS .r I, ',,-
What is the area of Puerto Rico, including
Culcbra, Culebrita, and Vieques ?
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What is the length and width of Puerto Rico?
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How is Puerto Rico bounded?
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'.r .i rI Ii l., I..'...1.i. r., i. [I e i.. irl; rh- .** I.BOUNDARIES
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How far is Puerto Rico from Cuba
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How is Puerto Rico located with reference to
other important points ?
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What is the nature of the climate of Puerto
Rico ?

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What is the average temperature of Puerto TEMP R-
Rico ? NATURE

What is the maximum of heat in Puerto Rico?

Which month of the year is deemed the
healthiest in Puerto Rico
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How many seasons are recognized in Puerto
Rico ?


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Di I.. -I ii. iiIl r I i, ,1 ,, I. SEASONS

Does the central longitudinal location of the
mountain ranges greatly affect the climate ?
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lu Ilain s If ilie lii ti1, i% l tn Ill OILh si nuiH l -ieverlu
imrnillrbte 11l-ur. anrid tIhe land dl-inands artifniial irri-

What are the usual weather conditions in
midwinter ?
Thle .i- .. .. .. I. lllf.ii differing lint little from
IhI..-,. t l mlil.lT. III houlthern ll llilnt.


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What is the length of the longest day ?


Which is the most disastrous natural pherom
HURRICANES enon of the island ?
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Is there an alternation of land and sea breezes
in Puerto Rico ?

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Do stranger- easily become acclimated in
Puerto Rico '
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v--t i.t....

Do dangerous levers prevail
FEVERS T'-. ...... I.,, i 1. ,I. u,.i .... . l _.. ..i: 1. I I..1 I .
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I: yellow fever knov.'n in the interior ?
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Which is the highest range of mountains in
the West ?



Which is the highest mountain peak?

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What is the character of the valleys?
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Are there any large caves or cavern- ?
Are th r i.. i ... 7. r iv-ers? r., Ce. 1ri..: The
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Are there many rivers ?
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Is the harbor accommodation good ?
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i.. rthi *I l r 11 .hri .ril[ rl* .'. .th rli l .r ..[.ilri.-| ..
tl.... in 11', I. ..* .i RIVERS,
Which are the principal harbors ? "ARBORS
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Which is the principal port and harbor ?
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What is the situation of San Juan Harbor P
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Elit 1 N%ESI%I I ACTION, rF:i.1. -II I Pll. L4 TRANSPORT.
How many miles of good roadway are there ? TATIor

What is the usual mode of conveyance where
the roads are bad ?
I an I .. ,.. . ..
How many miles of railroad are there ?

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Where do the railroads run, and what is their
total length i
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How many miles of telegraph are there?
i l.r. nar. I." TELEGRAPHS
Are there any telephone systems ? AND
L'. ,. i ,, .i, I.. I ...... I,1,. TELEPHONES

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What is the distinctive name and what are
the leading characteristics of the people ?
P'uertorignenos." Tleyare well proportioned and
delicately organized. At the same time they lack
-,,:rr I r .. ir-. 1 r nr I irnI .- nt possess vivid imai inRa-
I tln4.. a.i- a ii I iii.. n I.. nt, tho hospitable to
-trari:.-r- .in.i iir.. r I -r. ..f liberty. (The fore-
...ihia ,I. ". r.lit..n ..r Imrn.i.. ristics is by an author
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Are modern writers generous in their views or
native characteristics ?
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What was the population in 1387 and iS89?



What is the proportional population of whites
and other races
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Among residents o[ European origin, what
countries are prominent?
FO R EIG N 'I *'-.:'=- '.'. . 'lr.nTi'.-, [ ,,;.. Arlnl
ELEM ENT i T l .. .-,,... r "r,,,. r

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From v.hat nations are the small landholders
and country laborers descended P
F r .. i i 7 . *I. h.. I r.,.h ii ...i.i..1 l iro. .t
rI. -.. I
Is th. present standard or education in Puerto
Rico high ?



CITII: .1 ) T)Ot\ N 1




CITIES AND How many towns and villages are there?
TOWNS ..,r i't .,
Which are the leading cities or towns, a:-
cording to location ?
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Which are the principal cities or towns, ac-
cording to importance


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Is the city of San Juan on the main island ?
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1' II NA I 'i .. t& 1 -I I.. I' I I I [ l-'.. '" l C IT Y
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Which are the principal buildings in the city
of San Juan ?

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VIA.TA.. IILl.I li IM4.DPO I.



What is the nature of the soil ?

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Which are the principal agricultural pro- AGRICU.L-
ducts ? TURAL
IC T r>'.I..I ,rc Ih ..... .. r .n,.. i.. ,. Ir. I,,. PRO DUC TS
What other agricultural and vegetable pro-
ducts are there ?
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In what part of the island does tobacco flour-
ish ?
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What was the value of tobacco exported ir.
l t.)I .

Are the conditions for sugar-growing favor-
able ? sucAR
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1 .. *.. I i. ll I *.' I r ii- 1 l i' iI ..
Where does the sugar-cane grow ?
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Where are the principal plantations and mills
located ?
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lill. -i t r -r,.' i ,. f' .. ,II -, I I. .

Has the production of sugar increased of late ?

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What is the average annual product of sugar ?
SUGAR.
CANEr What is the aicrage product of sugar-cane
per cuerda "


Is the cultivat on of :cohee an important indus-
try ?
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At v.hat elevation does coffee thrive best ?
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What i. the average annual product of coffee
in Puerto Rico ?
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I maize, the true Indian corn, cultivated ?
IN D IA N i- ,., il : I ,.. ,., .. ,., I T ..[ N..
C O R N [ . .1 [ ''t.. l... ..:,i rt,.- ...

At what elevation i- rice cult vaied ?

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In v.hat part of the island are European
grains cultivated ?
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Do bananas and plantains thrive in Puerto
Rico ?
N... i..-ir-Irr .i r ..2 .I.rr.,iI1 Ii n. ITI.,.r .",
FRUITS What is the aggregate annual product of
bananas and coconuts ?


What is the average life of banana and plan-
tain trees i
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Is the pineapple grown
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What do the forests yield ?
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Are guni trees found throughout the island ? TRES
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Of what character is the verdure on the higher
hills ?

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Is the geological formation of Puerto Rico
accurately knov.n "
1 ,. .,1 n .l r.n h l l I I .l i i -l.: . r il l , h . . ' [, l r 1 1 .

Among minerals, v.hich are the richest and
most plentiful ? MINERALS
...1.J .-...r -: l i..o 1 .. I er -Ulpli .r l, ..:..l. .IFj
..ill
Are any of these minerals mined ?

What are the mineral products in addition to
those mentioned above?
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C ir-- 10I III '-r.r. I., i... J .:c.:. ,

Are there any mines nov in operation in
Puerto Rico?
Yes, for the production of salt, which is secured SALTMINES
from the lagoons on tin coast.
ANII3ALI KINGDOOI.
[For delaili coinerliifn aottiii, al, birds, insecit, reptiles, etc.,
Oincliili iiti of ti inevite ith SpKtiish eq tiiulerits,
see text follow 'lil this CItilrOMerhlf .]
Are there many mammiferous animals in
Puerto Rico ?
Some have been imported from Europe, but have
not flourished, ndl are now deglenerating.
Is there much pasture land ?
i' -, i I. r. .. r. ireat and rich past ures in the north-
*in .1i 1. Ii..- .i..i ,i 'TheSy support vast lierds of
.iil- nii I : ir loinestie purposes. These
rlrI. l.,- ir. ... i.. j-- ..r. I to all parts of the W est
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ls Puerto Rico favorable for the breeding of
domestic animals ?
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DOMESTIC Is sheep raising a lucrative branch of industry?
A N IM A L S 1'- a J1 lir 'll .I -ll t 'i1 I I .- .l ll i1[ .i l .r. ..l ,.
I 1, I .1.. i I, I-.I 1. [h.[ I.i .. ... I I,- .i .. ,.- r'

Is the flAh and wool of Puerto Rican sheep
superior to that of adjacent islands ?
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1:,i Ij .. ,vi.. ,r r r 1.,r I r ., ,r

Do sea 6fheries form an important industry
FISHERIES Y.
Are venomous snakes found in Puerto Rico
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rr... r .ri .r ..r l ..i ,J L. i nl ri pr.-i I i- .. ir ,.J t..,r.

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FIN %N( I. I1 % l) lI l'IhN..
I " . . / , i , .


What were th- total receipts of Puerto Rico
during the fiscal year 1893-94?
RECEIPTS I5 .In'..
AND What were the total expenditures during the
EXPND- Fiscal year 1893-4 ?
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What '.as the public debt of Puerto Rico in
1893 ?
TI,--' r i. r,:.r,..
How many ve.ssls cleared from Puerto Rico in
SHIPPING 1805?
I 1 1-1 , l -i I ', ,. : '1
How many vessels entered in Puerto Rico in
1995 ?
I '. i r I .. nl 1ic .*I o A
Of the vessels entering Puerto Rico in 1895.
how many were from prominent commercial
countries ?
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What are the principal articles of import ?

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Of what nature are the imports from leading
nation s?
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I.1I n...* .- i ITl.'ll .... I I nII eil I- hh.. l** . :..I
I ll.. '- iJ h 1 rl .. II I .. r n I ..i I I 1 l 1 I Ih- IM P O R T S



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...r.,.r.,, i. I -1i ,' i. I ..t i- -. l. I . I ,I .rJ
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What is tasalo ?
I11- . f r.. ..- Iced I r i -i-j-,, .


What was the total value of imports in 1395?


Which of the imports of Puerto Rico showed INCREASED
an incrcase in IS)5 over 1 9.? IMPORTS
M .-,iI I.1 ..ii' .---.I .uu .. ll. :. ,

Which of the imports of Puerto Rico showed
a decrease in i?95 over 1694 r
I l'-. r 'ei llcl', ii : .. I I i, iji1

What was the total value of imports to
Puerto Rico from Cuba in 1895 1


What were the quantities of the principal
exports from Puerto Rico in IE90t

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II.. I- gI. (*I m *.*. I i' l*.. -

What was the total value of domestic exports
from the U S to Puerto Rico in r397? TOTAL
1li "* EXPORTS

What was the total value of foreign exports
from U S. to Puerto Rico in 1397 ?
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FI-DFiRT Rit.r.


What was the value of imports and exports
with countries other than Cuba during 1895?





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What are the principal articles of export from
CHIEF Puerto Rico P
EXPORTS ,, ,: .. ,, .. :: .I....... .1. . IL..,..
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I.. l., I i .I *. l if id g .


What v.as the value of exports in 18955


What was the value of exports to Cuba in
1805


Which of the exports showed an increase II
INCREASED 1895 Over 3904 ?
EXPORTS -.1 ..r n;..J .....

Which of the export; showed a decrease in
i805 over 1594 ?
i_ ,',1-1 ,..

What w.as the value of dutiable imports to
the United States in I9S; ?
2 .,:.' 1 "

What was the value or free imports from to the
United States in 1697 ?
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GEOCli,..APiICAL NOTE-.


GEOGRAPHICAL NOTES.

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' i. i. i'. j ., I. I ,.? .'. i ri . ,i ..'.. ii1.,l .. | II,-
r..- i 1 I .j.. ,r ... ... .. ...... .. .. CAPES
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~".'. J r I ,. ' I ' COASTS
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I l It-. extent, and fronl this piii.it ,nlny small veels





- ,i i. t ie east coast rr r rte i' t, l..r .r h, ., ,I
ajardo, state very near to tie as tie i OASTS
iSaio ii .rI lI.. i. rted from it by a a i f 1....r,




i hile and a half i idt.i .. -,
-1, II... .: i r ..r i rr.o .. I..- .. .. r I . I I.L rI I. .

nos, and tie third tlat of Sall Jelan. This last is of
liag-, a- extent, and from this point inny small vessels
: undo, tae east coast of the island.
The second pass (o opening) which leads to the port of
Fajardo, is situate very near to the east of the IslCand f
Saos, irad only separatedts f aro it by a canal about itt
mile and a half in width.
The iieros are keys of small elevations, loxurianft in
foliage, Snd : ar situated between tim points of Iedio,
lundo, and CPiilero, at the eastern extremity of Puerto
Rico.
Las I .Lan dras (the washeriwomuee) are steep-sided,
libut accessible rcefs, level with the \water, situated at
tho north coast of the Cape of Pifiero.
The Piraguans are islets, rocky and stecp-sided, situate
to the east of the Lavanderas.

REEFs:-Northlwest f PIlerto Rico ar thile reefs Bar
riles, and Col'illera; on the south, Palonmiaes, Teocns,
., I t... .. .. hII. Inost perilous reefs are those of
'"!..".i r ..- I ..., ro('ky, and difficult of access. REEFS

n, -.-r., I.. .... 1 cost and rather south is the bay ANDBAYS
i-f I'.r..-r ... 1..r... a large semicircular bay from






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' tiil. I ti *.. i- r II 1* . r,.. ..], r v.,- i .l RIVERS
Ir.*ir ll .. Ira III Ii .iii.I i ...-- ih. 1 il.-, : .i. Iill 1.: l ,
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PROVINCES AND CITIES


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PROVINCES

... h- r,. l. -1 .1- .h.. .., I 1. 1,r . .I 1 .1" DISTR ICTS

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'.ITITFi .\Nll rtIOVNS.4


l..i-.rr i riilrl i r.,--ed from the main island at on.
Lj.J It' v :hLI-ir.i a-i- of the sea, ovre -Iticl is a hridge-
* r',Ir.11. i i. '- ill. iltr, ai nl n w., hicl. r. unso t i ll thi
, ILrI ;'P i I'-l. o l i s in lengn th i l Ii par SAN JUAN
PROVI ES AD CITIES CITY
I i : I il Ti u I..,. .- I bluff, .o I.,lr...l l .illt rI111 11II
*r-lr. ]* l In*I. *i n i l lree-f inirtlis if .1 -ile distant faiitf ai

l..-.i- 1- i ... i '.i l.. c iiii ] li ....... ai tle, til ': PRO

I. 'L.I|..|h I .i lll."IT i in ..- of tlCe t10o n1.

C. 'i I II I I 11i .lfur ls ItI l d. pa. *II, I )' i t ,I ciI l l
,m .I I., h." l ci is sit: ted lo l






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C. ., .H l.% I' .'. i. MI T '.".





Prir" iT4.1 1HII.,.


.1l[ Lh -ri. .? I.. I-i'ir. r* Il .- --ii rii,'- i.. [hr hl rl....r,
with a narrow ch.ntn.-l airJ I:,. ... ) .11 I i..- I..- ..- n .l-.
the headland th l .:-n' ...UI .ir., .:.- lI-.i. .-ri. r -r fr. ii,
passing vessel. Tr.. I.ti-r 1 i-.- i. -...rie i r ,.i .rI.,-p.
To a m ariner un,...]] n..t.-. I It. i 1..- ...... r h.:rin
northern is blowin,- I ...-r. . .i *...- ..- ..'f dJi I.lry artd
danger.
After rounding, rii. I.l.,n ...-l: fil J i i..:..J ~u .J .JIirti.. it
SAN JUAN bay, landlocked ni l. ii. ., c.:-:1-pl-.thl ...[i -r. -. ..h
HARBOR is being increaseJ b .1,J-r;.in;-
It is by far the I.- .I I rl-. I-.cl I ,.*-rr--.. i' . n.i pI ......
bly as good a cr.- .,. .. i.-. -iiIn ir, .- .'-, r lu-. r-
However, it has ii- -Ir 1-..k.: -. .uii. t.-l .ie
quently detained I'. rr.- I...rrItl-l' .InIri : dl -.n n II,-
winter months, .,i I -.-i, :I.- i-i irhb a lr' .f -.. -r
20feet are sonerli-.- -- *J-l aIv -l. i.ui Ii ---..... .r.i.li: ,ir
rare. When thie iI. i .-..-. I i- I1.". ." .iiii .r.e r .
the harbor, is a i.. :: -I ... r[llrlc, [ -..,i7. : i ~l-r .i. j
presents an inipc- -i. -i***.. ...l. T.. :.-- -r-r.. .-r.- :.1 11,
to 18 feet draft :r.i r n i :...-i- ir. rl .-h i. 1.[ .-
remembered, as IIt.- i-.0r - IlL[ tli.-i 1.1 ,n ..-,-i
about to hurl tih-.r [.:.i .,i- 1 l.:. ,J- r i r..'i..-u .\i .-.-
times there is ti.--1 ..( a ,.rJ .l ..-. T.-- I j ir-,-.:,
and a captain A. Ii .11 s. 11.i 1-.1 r I r .. i i r., I ,
pilot will venture ...r.
The island upon l.i.i. I .- .. il:r. -L rn.J I l-.J lmi..li
AREA OF like an arm and I, inl it i ..- ,I -I, ni.- I:.o .uan.I
SAN JUAN averages less thin ...r.- i..-ii.i -:[ .1 a I.1- II .I.lrh TI.,
greatest width i Ili ... 1- .-i I.,II rl i II rr- pl ir"' l'
represenLing the I., ,Il I..I.. i., rh .- .... r.; ihe r. j.,.
part of the city.
San Juan is a p. II.:..I :p.:.. nr. :n .. i ,.all-.l I...ii. I. i a
portcullis, moat, i.~te. ar 1 I-.arril-n,-n
Built over 250 e..r- I:... ,r I 'll r,. .... .....i.r...
and repair.
Thewalls are p'- ', -.*"u-. rua.d .-pr, .-,' .i. rj....-
work'and cost in r tni- ;.[i.l
Inside the wall- rh-. -.irI i; laJ -:-n rn I-n ,lir -judar -,
six parallel street, I unnineZ n itle.h'c,:I ,.r- .- rh.- I-nrlt.
of the island and --,t ..t I i ht :,ni;l--
The houses ar t .l.:-- ) i 'ita A .-:.i .',ill) i.. .Ii .. l t lr|1,.
DWELLINGS usually of two -I.i -:. l.t.i-.'.J Ii .ll r -.ic ,inr
IN SAN JUAN painted in a vari-it :-l.:.i Tli.- ,pp.- ri..-. nr .r:-
cupied bythe mia-,'e I'- ; .-'l 1.1- i."-...' [, i. iiile I Ilr cii ur..u l
floors, almost .lhir-.lr .- ,..-l.i...i, hr.- r-rn lp I..
negroes and th- p.:.:.r ...I,.:. t r-.. .....l -i ... .ip...r
another in the ir-.-.- .r -j..i. llrrZ i-inii-l.
The population -,bri rtitl, .e IS i ii h.I-J a 2'r.ra,
and most of it I, n irh- ;r-,:-tia d-.:.1 lu e Urm.lJ




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