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1871 – American missionaries Samuel and Gulielma Purdie arrive in Mexico. They soon start a school for girls in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
1900 – Zenas Martin arrives in Cuba.
ca 1917 – American pastors and teachers have to leave Mexico.
1927 – Cuba becomes an independent Yearly Meeting.
1939 –American Friends Service Committee starts international work camps in Vera Cruz and Nayarit, Mexico.
1951 – Quaker families from Iowa and Alabama emigrate to Costa Rica.
1956 – Friends in Mexico City form Casa de los Amigos.
Hinshaw, Seth B. and Mary Edith Hinshaw, editors, Carolina Quakers, Tercentenary (Greensboro, N.C., North Carolina Yearly Meeting, 1972).
Quaker BX7607.N8 N8 1972
The section "Missionaries from North Carolina" (pp. 70-71) includes portraits of missionaries to Mexico and Cuba.