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Purpose of this Guide

Cuba Collage

Photo Collage: Selection of photos of my last trip to Cuba in 2007.Center image, tobacco field in Vuelta Abajo; from the left upper corner: Teatro Nacional, Used books stall at park, America's Special Interest building (today American Embassy); State market; Malecon; Pharmacy; vegetables at state market in Habana. (Marisol Ramos, 2007)

The purpose of this guide is to help you identify primary and secondary sources on Cuba available at the Homer Babbidge Library, our online resources and other useful places such as the Dodd's Center or the  Web.

The guide also directs you to resources on how to cite using the most common citation styles and how to manage your bibliography. Finally, the guide provides you with my recommended online resources that you may want to use for your research.

If you have questions regarding this topic, your research or your sources, feel free to contact me, Marisol Ramos, liaison librarian and curator for Latin American and Caribbean Collections.

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