Christian in Armor with Head Slightly Tilted and a Pained Expression on His FaceCreated
This is the first labor contract between Sang, otherwise known as Faustino, a Chinese settler, and his new owner, Jose Serrate in Matanzas. This contract was issued after Faustino completed a separate labor contract with another owner. The contract was for one year and his salary was twelve pesos and seventy-five cents. At the bottom, the contract is signed by Jose Serrate, the governor of Matanzas, and two witnesses, but not Faustino himself.
This is a second labor contract that was shared between Faustino, a Chinese settler, and his owner, Jose Serrate; the term of the contract was not specified. 1867.