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Table of Contents of Frontiers, Plantations & Walled Cities: Essays on Society, Culture & Politics in the Hispanic Caribbean, 1800–1945


1. The Frontier and the Plantation: Two Competing Keys to Cuban and Caribbean Culture
2. The Sweet and the Bitter: Cuba and Puerto Rico’s Responses to the Mid-Nineteenth-Century Sugar Challenge
3. Life in a “Male City”: Cuban and Foreign Women in Nineteenth-Century Havana
4. Crypto-Protestants and Pseudo-Catholics in the Nineteenth-Century Hispanic Caribbean
5. Caudillos, Annexationism, and the Rivalry between Empires in the Dominican Republic, 1844–1874
6. Puerto Rico in the Whirlwind of 1898: Conflict, Continuity, and Change
7. Political Culture in the Hispanic Caribbean and Building of U.S. Hegemony, 1868–1945