If you have information about this name, share it in the comments area below!
Numerology information Anacaona:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Songs about Anacaona:
Anacaona (feat. León Cheva) by Marlow Rosado y La Riqueña from the Album Retro
Anacaona by Cheo Feliciano from the Album Cheo
Anacaona by Cheo Feliciano from the Album Our Latin Thing (Nuestra Cosa)
Anacaona by Cheo Feliciano from the Album Fania Records 1964-1984 - The Incendiary Sounds of New York
India de Raza Cautiva (Anacaona) by Latinos Best Hits from the Album Party Mix Tropical: Salsa-Reggaeton-Urbano-Bachata & Merengue
Anacaona (Live Version) by Cheo Feliciano from the Album Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants (Live)
Anacaona En Vivo by Cheo Feliciano from the Album Salsa De La Buena, Vol. 1
Books about Anacaona:
Anacaona: Golden Flower, Haiti, 1490 by Edwidge Danticat (Apr 1, 2005)
Anacaona, Ayiti's Taino Queen/Anacaona, La Reine Taino D'Ayiti by Maryse No Roumain (Aug 29, 2012)
Anacaona y las tormentas (Travesias) (Spanish Edition) by Bernal Pinilla Luis Darío and Andres Sanchez De Tagle (Jun 8, 1994)
ANACAONA. EL FIN DE UNA RAZA (Spanish Edition) by RAMON CARREDANO COBAS (Jan 28, 2012)
Anacaona: The Amazing Adventures of Cuba's First All-girl Dance Band by Ingrid Kummels' 'Alicia Castro (2007)
Queens of Havana: The Amazing Adventures of Anacaona, Cuba's Legendary All-Girl Dance Band by Alicia Castro, Ingrid Kummels and Steven T. Murray (Oct 28, 2007)
Anacaona by Jean Métellus (Mar 20, 2002)
Movies about Anacaona:
Buena Vista Sisters Club - Anacaona : The Amazing Story of Cuba's Forgotten Girl Band 2010 NR - Runtime: 50 mins Starring: Buena Vista Sisters Club Directed by: n/a
Wiki information Anacaona:
Anacaona was a Taíno cacica, sister of Bohechío, chief of Xaragua. Her husband was Caonabo, chief of the nearby territory of Maguana. Her brother and her husband were two of the five highest caciques who ruled the island of Ayiti when the Spaniards...
Anacaona is the name of an all-girl orchestra, founded in 1930s Havana by Cuchito Castro and her sisters. Eventually, all 11 sisters joined the band. The band was formed during the Machado era when the political situation led to university closings,...