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José Antonio Saco (1797–1879)

Saco, José Antonio (sä’kō). A Cuban historical writer and publicist; born at Bayamo, 1797; died at Madrid, 1879. He wrote: ‘A Parallel between Cuba and Certain English Colonies’ (1838); ‘Suppression of the Slave Trade in Cuba’ (1845); ‘Ideas on the Incorporation of Cuba into the United States’ (1848); ‘The Political Situation in Cuba and Its Remedy’ (1851); ‘History of Slavery from the Most Remote Times.’