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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
Documents pertaining to the import of Chinese settlers to Cuba by the Cuban government and private companies, like the Society of la Alianza y Compania. One ship, a French frigate called Valace, captained by Andre, brought 265 settlers to Havana in one shipment. Many of the settlers were contracted in Macao.
Death certificate for Domingo Siere, a Chinese immigrant. He died in the Hospital of San Felipe y Santiago.
Death certificate for Antonio, a Chinese immigrant. He died in the Hospital of San Felipe and Santiago.
Records for the ship Tamaris, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba.
Death certificate for a "free" asian settler. He died in el Hospital de San Felipe y Santiago. 1874.
Death certificate for Panteleon, a Chinese immigrant. He died in the Hospital de Saint Phillip and Saint James.
This is a death certificate for Ysidora, a Chinese settler. He died in the Hospital of Saint Philip and Saint James in Havana.
This is a death certificate for Jose, a Chinese settler, who died in the Hospital of Saint Philip and Saint James in Havana.
This is a death certificate for a Chinese settler Julio whose body was examined at el Hospital de San Felipe y Santiago. 1873.
Contracts of Lorenzo, a Chinese settler and his employer, Juan Moreno. Each contract was to last for six months and each lists the legal requirements of both the employee and the employer. Notes that Lorenzo had completed a previous contract with Juan Moreno not included in this document. Signed by Alejandro, Juan Moreno, and Jose Jorge.