In this shortest section of the book, Gálvez discusses West Tampa, a second settlement of Cuban exiles and cigar workers that was established on the west bank of the Hillsborough River. He describes the river in some detail, as well as Céspedes Hall, which was the center of the exile community in West Tampa. Gálvez devotes long entries to two important personalities, Martín Herrera and Fernando Figueredo. Titles are, The River, Bridge, Oysters and Boats; Martín Herrera; Céspedes Hall; and Fernando Figueredo.
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