- Title Pages
- Caribbean Studies Series
- A Note on the Typography and Word Usage
- 1. Arrival
- 2. The Fortified City
- 3. Planting Abakuá in Cuba, 1830s to 1860s
- 4. From Creole to Carabalí
- 5. Dispersal
- 6. Disintegration of the Spanish Empire
- 7. Havana Is the Key
- 8. Conclusions
- Epilogue Cubans in Calabar: Ékpè Has One Voice
- Appendix 1 Cuban Lodges Founded from 1871 to 1917
- Appendix 2 Comparing Ékpè and Abakuá Masks and Their Symbols
- Appendix 3 Abakuá Chants and Their Interpretations in Cross River Languages
- Voice of the Leopard
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