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- All Subjects: Grand Canyon (Ariz.)
- Status: Published
Describes the regulations and laws concerning interracial marriage in Cuba, especially focused on minority groups. A Chinese settler asks permission to marry a freed black woman. The answer is that the permission is only needed if one of the two is considered white. As one is Chinese and the other black permission is not required by the law of 1805. Signed by Captain General Domingo Dulce and the Bishop of Havana.
Records for the ship Kate Hooper, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with Torices, Puente y Co. On this trip, the Kate Hooper brought settlers from China to work, all of whom were later contracted.
Contained in this ship manifest are the names of 630 Chinese settlers who were brought to Cuba aboard an unknown ship in 1873. Of the 630 Chinese men who board the ship, 152 died along the way; their names are marked within the list. The number, Chinese name, age, and Christian name of each settler were included within the ship manifest.
List of Chinese workers brought to Cuba abroad the frigate the "Kate Hooper".
Brochure promoting train tours with schedules. Includes black and white images of the canyon.
Black and white pamphlet includes photographs.
Hand-colored lithograph pamphlet describing trails, drives and camping in the canyon. Circa 1920-1935.
Souvenir reprint of an article published in the Fine Arts Journal: Devoted to the Fine and Decorative Arts Home Building and Adornment, in which an artist recounts her visit to the Grand Canyon.
Guide Leaflet No. 3 detailing the west rim drive in the Grand Canyon.
Guide Leaflet No. 1 detailing the desert view drive of the Grand Canyon.