La Real y Pontificia Universidad de San Gerónimo de la Habana: fragua de la nación cubana

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Ediciones Universal, 2004 - Education - 447 pages
This book studies the origins of theUniversity of Havana, who during colonial times was run by the Dominican order of priests. Included is important information on the origin and development of the university, Cuba's history during its colonial period, brief biographies of important personalities that studied at the university in the 18th and 19th century who, were also Cuba's founders. Among them are: Arango y Parreño, Jose A. Caballero, Escobedo, Peñalver, Romay, Urrutia, Father Felix varela, Aguilera, Joaquin de Aguero, Bachiller y Morales, Calixto Bernal, Cespedes, Heredia, Jorrin Mendive, Morales Lemus,Saco, Cirilo Villaverde and many others. This is an important and necessary contribution to the history of Cuba.

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CAPÍTULO I
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CAPÍTULO II
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CAPITULO IV
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