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Contract

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This is a second labor contract that was shared between Celestino, a Chinese settler, and his owner, Pablo Momilo; the term of the contract was for one year. Details regarding Celestino's wage, food, clothes, and work hours were stipulated in the document. 1868. Signed in Chinese.

Created

Date Created
1868-06-28

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Currency/Financial Documents

Description

Various documents pertaining to money given to Chinese settlers in various situations.

Created

Date Created
1878

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List of Contracted Chinese Workers

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This is a list of 87 Chinese settlers of which 86 of them, upon arrival in Cuba, were contracted to work as fieldworkers in Havana by a Cuban businessman named Y. Gasol; the 87th settler on the list was hired

This is a list of 87 Chinese settlers of which 86 of them, upon arrival in Cuba, were contracted to work as fieldworkers in Havana by a Cuban businessman named Y. Gasol; the 87th settler on the list was hired by a different person to be a bread baker. The settlers arrived to Cuba aboard a ship called "A. N. Cesard". The Chinese name, Christian name, contract number, origin, and age of each settler were included in the list. March 6, 1866.

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Date Created
1866-03-10

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Cedula

Description

This is a cedula, or an ID card, that belonged to a Chinese settler. Havana, 1869.

Created

Date Created
1869-05-06

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Death Certificates

Description

These are two death certificates that were issued for two Chinese settlers. The first one was signed on October 12, 1874, and pertained to a young girl named Brigida Fuentes who was the daughter of a Chinese settler named Celestina

These are two death certificates that were issued for two Chinese settlers. The first one was signed on October 12, 1874, and pertained to a young girl named Brigida Fuentes who was the daughter of a Chinese settler named Celestina Fuentes. The second certificate was signed on October 5, 1874, and pertained to an unknown person. Havana.

Created

Date Created
1874

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Death Certificate

Description

This is a death certificate that was written for a Chinese settler who died on October 10, 1874. Havana.

Created

Date Created
1874-10-10

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Burial Permission

Description

This is a certificate that granted permission for the cadaver of Alan, a Chinese settler who had died on August 25, 1898, to be buried in the Cristobal Colon Cemetery on August 26, 1898. Havana.

Created

Date Created
1898-08-26

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Death Certificates

Description

These are 28 death certificates that were issued for deceased Chinese colonists in Havana at the Real Hospital de Caridad de San Felipe y Santiago in 1874. Havana.

Created

Date Created
1874

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Burial Record

Description

This document pertains to an official permission that was granted to allow for a Chinese settler to be buried in the Cemetery of Colon. Havana, 1892.

Created

Date Created
1892-06-07

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Burial Record

Description

This document pertains to an official permission that was granted to allow for a Chinese settler named Aloy to be buried in the Cemetery of Colon. Havana.

Created

Date Created
1898-08-26