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Burial Records

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Burial records for Jorge. His records indicate they were baptized into the Catholic church and buried in the general cemetery of Havana. He was employed by Benito Nuguez.

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1862

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Burial Records

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Burial records for Jorge Macao, originally from Macao. Their records indicate he was employed by Benito Nogares when he died and Dr. Victor Hernandez examined Jorge's body after he died.

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Date Created
1863

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Burial Records

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Burial records for Jorge Macao, originally from Macao. Their records indicate he was employed by Benito Nuguez when he died. His body was examined by Dr. Victor Hernandez.

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Date Created
1865

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Contract

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This is a second labor contract that was shared between Constantino, a Chinese settler, and his owner, D. Ludres Valle. Valle was a Chinese landlord. The term of the contract was for one year (1868). This document is signed by

This is a second labor contract that was shared between Constantino, a Chinese settler, and his owner, D. Ludres Valle. Valle was a Chinese landlord. The term of the contract was for one year (1868). This document is signed by the governor of Cuba and signed in Chinese by Ludres Valle and Constantino.

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1868-12-05

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Investigations

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These letters detail investigations into illegal Chinese lotteries, including how the police should proceed and the names of people who were interviewed in the proceedings.

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Date Created
1885

Chinese Lottery

Chinese Lottery

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Prosecution of a group of Chinese settlers for running an illegal lottery. Police Officer Pablo Delgado discovered the lottery and details those involved, including a settler named Damien.

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Date Created
1886

Chinese Lottery Case Proceedings

Chinese Lottery Case Proceedings

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This collection of documents pertains to the discovery of an illegal Chinese lottery in the home of a Chinese settler, and the ensuing investigation to determine the culprits and amass sufficient evidence against them to determine an appropriate punishment for

This collection of documents pertains to the discovery of an illegal Chinese lottery in the home of a Chinese settler, and the ensuing investigation to determine the culprits and amass sufficient evidence against them to determine an appropriate punishment for the crime. An index was provided at the beginning of the packet to outline the various testimonies, minutes, evidence, and sentence included in the packet. Antonio Alli and Jose Alem were the two Chinese settlers who were charged with organizing the Chinese lottery and distributing the lottery ballots. The first document proceeding the index page is the testimony that was provided by Gabriel Gonzalez Reynaldo, the police officer who discovered the ballots in Antonio Alli's home, in which he described the initial suspicions of the unauthorized lottery taking place inside the home and the evidence that he discovered upon entering it on January 27, 1886. Both Antonio Alli and Jose Alem were found together in the house when Gabriel entered and discovered the evidence of the Chinese lottery. Both men were subsequently interviewed upon being arrested. The two men claimed that Jose had been visiting Antonio when an unidentified Chinese settler entered the house to ask if they knew about any job opportunities and forgot the ballots there when he left. An order was issued by the law enforcement to interview Antonio's neighbors and ascertain whether or not they knew about Antonio's involvement in the Chinese lottery. Another order was issued to send the ballots confiscated at Antonio's home to the Chinese consulate to be translated and interpreted, and a third order was made to determine whether Antonio and Jose were the Chinese lottery organizers and distributors or if they merely bought the ballots. All of the neighbors who were interviewed claimed that Antonio was most likely innocent based on their observations of his good work ethic and dedication to his job as a cigar seller. The neighbors of Jose Alem claimed that his involvement in the Chinese lottery was unlikely. A report from the Chinese consulate revealed that the papers sent to them to translate were indeed related to the Chinese lottery. No further evidence was found against the two men, and neither of them had committed any previous infractions. However, both of them were sentenced to serve two months and one day in jail, pay a fine of 1,625 pesos each, and had their voting rights revoked. 1886.

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Date Created
1886-01-27

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Report on Cholera Disease Affecting Chinese Population in Cuba

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Report describing the possibility of a cholera epidemic in Havana and how to prevent the spread of the disease among the Chinese populations in Cuba. Havana, 1890.

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1890-07-18

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Chinese Lottery

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Describes the actions of the District Attorney in Havana to prosecute Pedro Amador, a Chinese settler, who was prosecuted in relation to the illegal Chinese lottery, Chiffa.

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1886-04-12

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Court Records

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Records of the court clerk, Ramon Barinaga y Urbaneja of the Prado district courts. Pertaining to the arrest and trial of Jose Afa, who was arrested in connection with an illegal Chinese lottery. The prosecutor dismissed the case against Jose Afa on the 31st of March, 1886

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Date Created
1886-03-31