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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
A letter from Antonio M. Mora to the Superior Governor of Cuba. It details his displeasure concerning a fine that local authorities had imposed on him by for not having the appropriate identification (cedulas) for ten of his Chinese workers. Mora was fined a total of 100 pesos for not having cedulas for his contracted workers.
A complaint filed by Ramon de Guerediaga, in the name of three Chinese settlers, Enrique, Ramon, and Rafael, concerning allegations of abuse and maltreatment against their employer.
Records indicating that La Alianza, before taking that name, was called Vice Director. Marcial Dupierris was in charge of the importation of Chinese settlers.
Records for the ship Delangle, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Delangle brought 275 settlers from China to work. The ship was captained by Dupert.
Records for the ship Delangle, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with La Alianza. On this trip, the Delangle brought 275 settlers from China to work.
Records for the ship, Seraphina, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Serafina brought 400 settlers from Cuba. The Serafina stopped in Amoy and the Cape of Good Hope before going to Cuba.
Records for the ship Alice Thorndike, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with Torices, Puente y Co. On this trip, the Alice Thorndike brought 342 settlers from China to work.
Details the causes for Chinese immigration to Cuba and the experiences of the workers when they arrive. Mentions how the government of Cuba is involved in the contracts that bring Chinese settlers to Cuba to work as indentured servants and slaves
Oath of allegiance taken by a Chinese settler in order to become a natural citizen of Cuba. Signed in Chinese. 1868.