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This triptych shows the flight of Minamoto no Yoshitsune and his men (including the warrior-monk, Benkei) from the wrath of Minamoto no Yoritomo. As they cross Daimotsu Bay, the grotesque ghosts of Taira samurai, who had drowned in the sea battle of Dan-no-ura, rise from the sea. Led by the general Taira no Tomomori, they attack Yoshitsune’s ship.
Records for the ship Alfonso de Alburquerque, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Alfonso de Alburquerque brought Cheong Tan, or Leopoldo from China to work.
Records for the ship Tamaris, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba.
Records for the ship Glessanox, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with Jose Playa, an agent for the Hernandez Company. On this trip, the Glessanox brought settlers from China to work. The ship was captained by Capello and docked in Macao before going to Havana.
A letter from an unnamed office of the port of Havana to the Royal Administration. It details the arrival of a ship in the harbor that brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba to work under contract with Manuel B. de Pereda.
21 Chinese settlers were hired to work in the field. They were transported to Cuba aboard the ship Kate Hooper under contract with Mr. John Dihigo. They were hired to work in the field in the city of Cardenas.
The subject of this ōban newspaper nishiki-e is Enomoto Kamajirō Takeaki, a Tokugawa loyalist admiral who became a high-ranking official in the Meiji government after the Tokugawa defeat.
Shipping list of Chinese settlers brought to Cuba in the Spanish ship "Amboto" in 1873 with 900 settlers from Macao
The ship "Bella Gallega" brought 395 Chinese settlers to Cuba in 1855. The ship is reported to have docked in Havana and many were contracted out to various owners, including a doctor.