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Rehire Request for Two Chinese Settlers

Description

This is a rehire request for Bernardo, a Chinese settler, and Amado, a Chinese landowner.

Created

Date Created
1871

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Rehire Request by Tedeo Morales

Description

Eight Chinese settlers completed contracts with Tedeo Morales and were seeking to sign new labor contracts with their owner.

Created

Date Created
1872

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Permanent Residency

Description

Relates that Luis Parodi, a Chinese settler, was granted permanent residency in Cuba after fulfilling the legal requirements.

Created

Date Created
1868-08-05

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Rehire Request

Description

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.

Created

Date Created
1875-04-23

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Rehire Request

Description

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.

Created

Date Created
1872-04-20

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Rehire Request

Description

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

Created

Date Created
1875-10-07

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Rehire Request

Description

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

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.

Created

Date Created
1868-02-08

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Hiring Document

Description

This is a document listing a group of Chinese settlers rehired for public works projects. 1863.

Created

Date Created
1863

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Rehire Request

Description

This is a response to a rehire request made by Trinidad Amador, the owner of Yela de Pinos, written and signed by the the count Lagunilla, governor of Cuba. It states that the contracts of five indentured servants, Bernarndo, Candido, Teofilo, Amado, and Alicio will be renewed. No date given.

Created

Date Created
1875

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Rehire Request

Description

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.

Created

Date Created
1875-10-07