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Transferring Cuban sugar cane by railroad in 1906

(Scanned from 1906 National Geographic magazine)

Transferring Cane to a Sugar Mill in Valle de los Ingenios

The crop of sugar cane in 1905 was about 1,100,000 tons; in 1894, just before the last revolution, it was 1,054,000 tons. In 1897, in the midst of the Jose Marti revolution, it was 212,000 tons.

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