On isle once home to Americans, Cubans look back and ahead: 'I don't feel like an intruder'

April 1, 2015 5:27 AM

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On isle once home to Americans, Cubans look back and ahead: 'I don't feel like an intruder'

In this Friday, March 20, 2015 photo, Fidelia Rodriguez and her son Camilo hold old photos of U.S. citizen Daniel Smith and his family from before the Cuban Revolution in the Isle of Pines, Cuba. Fidelia's father worked as a gardener for the Smiths before the family's property was confiscated by the new government. (AP Photo/Milexy Duran) (The Associated Press)

This Friday, March 20, 2105 photo shows the house that used to belong to U.S. citizen Daniel Smith in the Isle of Pines, Cuba. The property was confiscated by the new Cuban government after the revolution. (AP Photo/Milexy Duran) (The Associated Press)

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