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Contract

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These are two first contracts that were issued for two Chinese settlers in 1866 and in 1867. Signed and dated in Spanish.

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Date Created
1866-10-18

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Contract

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This is a second labor contract that was shared between Sabel, a Chinese settler, and his owner, Ramon Recio de Oguendo. Sabel was brought to Cuba from China to serve as an indentured servant and the term of the contract

This is a second labor contract that was shared between Sabel, a Chinese settler, and his owner, Ramon Recio de Oguendo. Sabel was brought to Cuba from China to serve as an indentured servant and the term of the contract was for one year, in which Sabel was hired to do fieldwork. Details regarding Sabel's wage, food, and clothes that would be provided to him by Ramon Recio de Oguendo as well as the work hours required of him were stipulated in the document. 1867. Signed the governor, Ramon Recio de Oguendo, and in Chinese by Sabel,.

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Date Created
1867-01-06

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Ship Record of the "Tamaris"

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Records for the ship Tamaris, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba.

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Date Created
1869

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Ship Record of the "Glessanox"

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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.

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Date Created
1870

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Ship Record of the "Messenger"

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Records for the ship, Messenger, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba This is a list of causes of death of Chinese settlers aboard the ship on its trip from Macao to Havana. Written in English.

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Date Created
1860

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Death Record

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Details the death of Chinese settler, Juan Pedro Antonio Portillo, who died in Havana. He was originally from Macao and died from tuberculosis. Signed by Manuel del Valle

Created

Date Created
1893