no city, Cuba: Cuban government printing office, n.d., late 1960s. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, thirty-five or forty pages in length, softbound, an oblong pamphlet in 6x9 inch monochrome wraps, profuse b&w photographs of the reconstructed Taino village erected on Castro's early 1960s suggestion, each photo captioned in Spanish, English and French. Possibly a guide to the site locally distributed rather than published for international consumption. Worn copy, with handling crimps and general light edgewear with a tiny marginal tear. A "good-only" exemplar.
The Taino at the arrival of Columbus occupied Dominica, Cuba,Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.