Rural Settlement and Houses, Cuba, 1853

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Harper's New Monthly Magazine (January 1853), vol. 6, p. 174. (Copy in Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library)

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)