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This is a document listing a group of Chinese settlers rehired for public works projects. 1863.
Relates that Luis Parodi, a Chinese settler, was granted permanent residency in Cuba after fulfilling the legal requirements.
Upon the completion of a labor contract with a Cuban landlord, this rehire request was issued for Rufino- a Chinese settler, who wished to enter a new labor contract with Manuel G. Portocarrero for the duration of one year. The request was accepted, and a one year labor contract was signed by both men. Havana- 1868. Signed in Chinese.
This is a rehire request for Bernardo, a Chinese settler, and Amado, a Chinese landowner.
Eight Chinese settlers completed contracts with Tedeo Morales and were seeking to sign new labor contracts with their owner.
Salvador, a Chinese settler, completed a contract with Ruiz Hermano y Co and was seeking to sign a new labor contract with his original owner. His owner agreed to sign a new one.
This is a formal request that was made on the behalf of Pedro, a Chinese settler, who sought permission to be rehired by his original owner under a new labor contract. 1872.
This is a request made to the Cuban government on the behalf of Trinidad Amador, a Spanish bussinessman, in which he sought permission to renew the contracts of five of his Chinese workers. 1875
Five Chinese settlers completed a contract with their original employer and were seeking to sign a new labor contract. Their owner agreed to sign a new one.
5 Chinese settlers completed a contract with Trinidad Amador and was seeking to sign a new labor contract with his original owner. His owner agreed to sign a new one.