Cecilia Dubon Slesnick, seen with a set of Nicaraguan dolls at her Coral Gables home, arrived in Miami as a 17-month-old as a guerrilla war plagued her home country.
Cecilia Dubon Slesnick, seen with a set of Nicaraguan dolls at her Coral Gables home, arrived in Miami as a 17-month-old as a guerrilla war plagued her home country. ALEX KOLYER
Cecilia Dubon Slesnick, seen with a set of Nicaraguan dolls at her Coral Gables home, arrived in Miami as a 17-month-old as a guerrilla war plagued her home country. ALEX KOLYER

After strife in Nicaragua faded, family's home was still in Miami

May 01, 2009 03:01 AM

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