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Les États-Unis et Cuba au XIXe siècle

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Rahma Jerad

Bibliographie

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Sources primaires

Documents diplomatiques et gouvernementaux

United Kingdom. Public Record Office. FO 5. Despatches of British Consuls in the Southern States.

FO 5/308 : January to December, 1836

FO 5/309 : January to December, 1836

FO 5/315 : January to December, 1837

FO 5/316 : January to December, 1837

FO 5/324 : January to December, 1838

FO 5/326 : January to December, 1838

FO 5/337 : January to December, 1839

FO 5/352 : January to December, 1840

FO 5/366 : January to December, 1841

FO 5/367 : January to December, 1841

FO 5/382 : January to December, 1842

FO 5/383 : January to December, 1842

FO 5/395 : January to December, 1843

FO 5/396 : January to December, 1843

FO 5/413 : January to December, 1844

FO 5/414 : January to December, 1844

FO 5/433 : January to December, 1845

FO 5/434 : January to December, 1845

FO 5/453 : January to December, 1846

FO 5/454 : January to December, 1846

FO 5/455 : Foreign various, 1846

FO 5/474 : January to December, 1847

FO 5/475 : January to December, 1847

FO 5/476 : January to December, 1847

FO 5/489 : January to December, 1848

FO 5/490 : January to December, 1848

FO 5/503 : January to December, 1849

FO 5/504 : January to December, 1849

FO 5/517 : January to December, 1850

FO 5/518 : January to December, 1850

FO 5/519 : Foreign Various, 1850

FO 5/534 : January to December, 1851

FO 5/535 : January to December, 1851

FO 5/536 : January to June, 1851

FO 5/550 : January to December, 1852

FO 5/551 : January to December, 1852

FO 5/552 : January to December, 1852

FO 5/553 : January to December, 1852

FO 5/569 : January to December, 1853

FO 5/570 : January to December, 1853

FO 5/571 : January to December, 1853

FO 5/601 : January to December, 1854

FO 5/602 : January to December, 1854

FO 5/603 : January to December, 1854

FO 5/626 : January to December, 1855

FO 5/627 : January to December, 1855

FO 5/628 : January to December, 1855

FO 5/629 : January to December, 1855

FO 5/649 : January to December, 1856

FO 5/650 : January to December, 1856

FO 5/651 : January to December, 1856

FO 5/677 : January to December, 1857

FO 5/678 : January to December, 1857

FO 5/679 : January to December, 1857

FO 5/698 : January to December, 1858

FO 5/699 : January to December, 1858

FO 5/718 : January to December, 1859.

FO 5/719 : January to December, 1859

FO 5/720 : January to December, 1859

FO 5/721 : January to December, 1859

FO 5/722 : January to December, 1859

United Kingdom. Public Record Office. FO 84. Despatches of British Commissioners in Havana.

FO 84/195 : Havana, January to December, 1836

FO 84/196 : Havana, Dispatches, 1836

FO 84/197 : Havana, Dispatches, 1836

FO 84/206 : Mexico, Buenos Ayres, Monte Video, Colombia, Peru, Chili, Venezuela, United States of America. Drafts and Despatches, 1836

FO 84/216 : Havana, January to June, 1837

FO 84/217 : Havana, July to December, 1837

FO 84/225 : Mexico, Buenos Ayres, Monte Video, Colombia, Peru, Chili, Venezuela, United States of America, Haity. January to December, 1837

FO 84/239 : Havana Drafts and Separate Drafts and Letters, 1838

FO 84/240 : Havana, 1838

FO 84/259 : Mexico, Buenos Ayres, Monte Video, Haity, United States of America, 1838

FO 84/312 : Havana, 1840

FO 84/332 : United States of America, 1840

Articles et pamphlets

« Beauties of Negro Rule », De Bow’s Review, vol. 18, juin 1855, p. 710-712.

Bryan E. B., « Cuba and the Tripartite Treaty », The Southern Quarterly Review, vol. 9, janvier 1854, p. 1-17.

« Cuba », Southern Literary Messenger, vol. 31, octobre 1860, p. 256-258.

« Cuba as it is in 1854 », De Bow’s Review, vol. 17, septembre 1854, p. 219-229.

« Cuba – Its present condition – the Revenues – Taxes – Agricultural Industry etc. of the Island », De Bow’s Review, vol. 18, février 1855, p. 163-167.

« Cuba Sugar Trade », De Bow’s Review, vol. 18, mai 1855, p. 641-642.

Calhoun J. C., Union and Liberty: The Political Philosophy of John C. Calhoun, R. M. Lence (ed.), Indianapolis, Liberty Fund, 1992.

Channing W. E., A Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Annexation of Texas to the United States, 4th ed., Boston, J. Munroe & Co., 1837.

Deloney E., « The South Demands More Negro Labor – Address to the People of Louisiana », De Bow’s Review, vol. 25, novembre 1858, p. 491-506.

Ely A. W., « The Island of Cuba – Past and Present », De Bow’s Review, vol. 14, février 1853, p. 93-122.

Everett A. H., « State of Education and Learning in Cuba », Southern Quarterly Review, vol. 1, avril 1842, p. 377-397.

Everett A. H., « The Texas Question. A Letter From Alexander Hill Everett », United States Magazine and Democratic Review, vol. 15, septembre 1844, p. 250-270.

Everett A. H., « Present State of Cuba », United States Magazine and Democratic Review, vol. 15, novembre 1844, p. 475-483.

Figarola-Caneda D. (dir.), Centón epistolario de Domingo del Monte, 7 vol., La Habana, Imprenta El Siglo XX, 1923-1957.

Hale E. E. (dir.), Cuba, the Everett Letters on Cuba, Boston, Ellis, 1897.

Hinks P. (dir.), David Walker’s Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World, University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

« Independence of Cuba », De Bow’s Review, vol. 14, mai 1853, p. 417-422.

Leyburn Rev. Dr., « Cuban Life and Capabilities », De Bow’s Review, vol. 26, mars 1859, p. 347-349.

Madden R. R., The Memoirs-chiefly autobiographical,-from 1798 to 1886 of R. R. Madden… Edited by his son T. M. Madden, London, Ward and Downey, 1891.

Manning W. R. (dir.), Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States: Inter-American Affairs, 1831-1860, Washington, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, 1932-1939.

Manzano J. F., Franco J. L. (dir.), Autobiografía, cartas y versos de Juan Francisco Manzano, La Habana, Municipio de la Habana, 1937.

Manzano J. F., Moliner I. (dir.), Obras de Juan Franciso Manzano, La Habana, Instituto Cubano del Libro, 1972.

Manzano J. F., Schulman I. A. (dir.), Autobiografía de un esclavo, Madrid, Ediciones Guadarrama, 1975.

Manzano J. F., Mullen E. J. (dir.), The Life and Poem of a Cuban Slave, Hamden, Archon Books, 1981.

Manzano J. F., Luis W. (dir.), Autobiografía del poeta esclavo y otros escritos, Frankfurt am Main, Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2007.

« Murray’s Travels », Southern Literary Messenger, vol. 6, janvier 1840, p. 72-85.

Murray C. A., « Hon. C. A. Murray – Letter », Southern Literary Messenger, vol. 6, juillet 1840, p. 571-572.

« Privateers and Privateering », De Bow’s Review, vol. 22, juin 1857, p. 593-604.

Smith A., « Our Relations with Cuba », De Bow’s Review, vol. 7, décembre 1849, p. 538-539.

« Spanish and Cuban Views of Annexation », De Bow’s Review, vol. 18, mars 1855, p. 305-311.

« Stability of the Union », De Bow’s Review, vol. 8, avril 1850, p. 348-363.

Sykes W. J., « Cuba and the United States. The Policy of Annexation Discussed », De Bow’s Review, vol. 14, janvier 1853, p. 63-66.

« The Cuba Question », De Bow’s Review, vol. 7, décembre 1849, p. 539-541.

« The Late Cuba Expedition », De Bow’s Review, vol. 9, août 1850, p. 164-177.

Thrasher J. S., « Cuba and the United States », De Bow’s Review, vol. 17, juillet 1854, p. 43-49.

Thrasher J. S., A Preliminary Essay on the Purchase of Cuba, New York, Derby & Jackson, 1859.

Walker S. R., « Cuba and the South », De Bow’s Review, vol. 17, novembre 1854, 519-525.

Récits de voyage à Cuba1

A Winter in the West Indies and Florida containing general observations upon modes of travelling, manners and customs, climate and production with a particular description of St Croix, Trinidad de Cuba, Havana, Key West, as places of resort for northern invalids, by an invalid, New York, Wiley and Putman, 1839.

Abbot A. [USA], Letters Written in the Interior of Cuba, between the Mountains of Arcana, to the East, and of Cusco, to the West, in the Months of February, March, April and May 1828, Boston, Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.

Baird R. [USA], Impressions and Experiences of the West Indies and North America in 1849 by the Rev., Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, 1850.

Ballou M. M. [USA], History of Cuba; or, Notes of a Traveller in the Tropics. Being a Political, Historical, and Statistical Account of the Island, from its First Discovery to the Present Time… Illustrated, Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co., 1854.

Ballou M. M., Due South; or, Cuba Past and Present, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1885.

Bryant W. C. [USA], Letters of a Traveller; or Notes of Things Seen in Europe and America, 2nd ed., New York, G. P. Putnam, 1850.

Cuba in 1851. (With a View of the City of Havanna), New York, J. H. Colton, 1851.

Dana R. H. [USA], To Cuba and back. A Vacation Voyage, Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1859.

Gurney J. J. [GB], A winter in the West Indies: Described in Familiar Letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky, 2nd ed., London, J. Murray, 1840.

Humboldt A. [allemand], Essai politique sur l’île de Cuba ; avec une carte et un supplément qui renferme des considérations sur la population, la richesse territoriale et le commerce de l’archipel des Antilles et de Colombia, Paris, Gide fils, 1826.

Humboldt A., The Island of Cuba, J. S. Thrasher (trad.), New York, Derby and Jackson, 1856.

Jameson R. F. [GB], Letters from the Havanna, during the year 1820; containing an account of the present state of the island of Cuba and observations on the slave trade, London, John Miller, 1820.

Jones A. [USA], Cuba in 1851, Containing Authentic Statistics of the Population, Agriculture, and Commerce of the Island, New York, Stringer and Townsend, 1851.

Kimball R. B. [USA], Cuba and the Cubans, New York, S. Hueston, 1850.

Levine R. M., Cuba in the 1850’s: through the lens of Charles DeForest Fredricks, Tampa, University of South Florida Press, 1990.

Madden R. R. [GB], A Letter to W. E. Channing… on the subject of the abuse of the flag of the United States in the island of Cuba, and the advantage taken of its production in promoting the slave trade, Boston, W. D. Ticknor, 1839.

Madden R. R., Poems by a Slave in the Island of Cuba, recently liberated, translated from the Spanish by R. R. Madden… with the history of the early life of the negro poet, written by himself, to which are prefixed two pieces descriptive of Cuban slavery and the slave traffic, London, T. Ward, 1840.

Madden R. R., Address on Slavery in Cuba, presented to the General Anti-Slavery Convention. London, 1840.

Madden R. R., The Island of Cuba: its resources, progress and prospects, considered in relation especially to the influence of its prosperity on the interests of the British West India Colonies, 1849, London, Partridge and Oakey, 1853.

Merlin M. [F], La Havane, 1844, 3 vol., Paris, Indigo et Côté-femmes Éditions, 1998-2003.

Merlin M., Les esclaves dans les colonies espagnoles : accompagné d’autres textes sur l’esclavage à Cuba, Paris, l’Harmattan, 2006.

Murray C. A. [GB], Travels in North America: including a summer residence with the Pawnee tribe of Indians, in the remote prairies of the Missouri, and a visit to Cuba and the Azores islands, 2 vol., London, Richard Bentley, 1839.

Murray H. A. [GB], Lands of the Slaves and the Free: Or, Cuba, the United States and Canada, London, G. Routledge & Co., 1857.

Nason D. [GB], Journal of a tour from Boston to Savannah, thence to Habana, in the island of Cuba […] with occasional notes during a short residence in each place by a citizen of Cambridgeport, Cambridge, édité par l’auteur, 1849.

Norman B. M. [USA], Rambles by land and water, or notes of travel in Cuba and Mexico ; including a canoe voyage up the river Panuco; and researches among the ruins of Tamaulipas, New York, Paine and Burgess, 1845.

Pérez L. A. Jr. (dir.), Slaves, sugar, and colonial society: Travel Accounts of Cuba, 1801-1899, Wilmington, Scholarly Resources, 1992.

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Philalethes D., [USA] Yankee Travels Through the Island of Cuba, or the Men and Government, the Laws and Customs of Cuba as Seen by American Eyes, New York, D. Appleton, 1856.

Phillippo J. M. [GB], The United States and Cuba, London, Pewtress, 1857.

Rawson J. [USA], Cuba, New York, Carlton and Porter, 1857.

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Stirling J. [GB], Letters From the Slave States, London, J. W. Parker and son, 1857.

Sullivan E. R. [GB], Rambles and Scrambles in North and South America, London, R. Bentley, 1852.

Taylor J. G. [GB], The United States and Cuba: Eight years of Change and Travel (1842-1850), Londres, R. Bentley, 1851.

Trollope A. [GB], The West Indies and the Spanish Main, London, Chapman and Hall, 1859.

Turnbull D. [GB], Travel in the West. Cuba, with notices of Porto Rico, and Slave Trade, London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1840.

Turnbull D., The Jamaica Movement for Promoting the Enforcement of the Slave Trade Treaties, and the Suppression of the Slave Trade, London, C. Gilpin, 1850.

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Notes

1 La nationalité des auteurs est indiquée après leurs noms, entre crochets.

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