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Rental/Payment Agreement

Description

Rental agreement between Francisco Gonzales Rico and Casa de Huespedes. 1944.

Created

Date Created
1944

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Income Agreement

Description

This is a document stating that Joaquin Nong cannot make more than 600 pesos annually in accordance with the law.

Created

Date Created
1938

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Payment Record

Description

This document contains a record of payments that were made out to several Chinese workers by their owner. While being indentured servants, Chinese settlers were given monthly wages for their services.

Created

Date Created
1876-11-01

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Business Record

Description

Record for business deals between la Positiva and Torices, Ferran, y Dupierris under Clemente Calero, Jose Galan, and Luis Lusini, who went to China to import settlers as workers. These contractors were paid as agents for these companies.

Created

Date Created
1870-02-16

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Letter

Description

A letter from Eugenio Ponton from the port of Havana to the mayor's office. It details a dispute between Gregorio Tejedor and the Society of Pereda, Machado y Co over compensation for some Chinese settlers that Tejedor contracted from the company.

Created

Date Created
1851-12-19

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Letter - Eugenio Ponton

Description

A letter from Eugenio Ponton from the port of Havana to the mayor's office. It details a dispute between Gregorio Tejedor and the Society of Pereda, Machado y Co over compensation for some Chinese settlers that Tejedor contracted from the company.

Created

Date Created
1856-01-09

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Ship Records of the "Live Yankee" and "P. Wakefield"

Description

Records for the ships Live Yankee and P Wakefield, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with Torices, Puente y Co.

Created

Date Created
1861

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"Runaway" Workers

Description

Payment document for the capture of Chinese settlers who ran away from their owners. Cardenas 1872.

Created

Date Created
1872

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Permanent Residency

Description

Relates that Ham Jan, a Chinese settler, was granted permanent residency in Cuba after fulfilling the legal requirements. He completed an eight year contract with Manuel Bernabe Pereda.

Created

Date Created
1856

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Letter

Description

A letter from Armando Lay and Alfredo Chang of the Kuo Min Tang, the Chinese Nationalist Party in Manzanillo to the Provincial Commission of Oriente. It details their registration payments in 1958, 1959, and 1960.

Created

Date Created
1960