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This is a list of Chinese settlers brought to Cuba aboard the Portuguese ship, Jovem Thomas.
Listing of hiring of 12 Chinese settlers brought to Cuba in the Portuguese ship "Vasco de Gama." They were hired to work in public works in 1864
13 Chinese settlers were hired to work in the fields. They were transported to Cuba aboard the ship Alonso de Albuquerque under contract with Ana Maria de Lanz.
Request for authorization for the shipment of Chinese settlers 1855. Also contains tax certificate for the shipment of 532 Chinese settlers in the American ship "Sky Lark", tax certificate for the shipment of 233 Chinese settlers in the Portuguese ship "Sophia" and tax certificate for the shipment of 249 Chinese settlers in the Portuguese ship "Viajante".
This is a record that was written by Antonio Barcaiztegui, confirming the entry of the Portuguese ship "Emigrante" that entered the port of Havana with 539 Chinese colonists on May 23, 1854. "Emigrante" departed from Macao on January 26, 1854, and from Santa Elena on April 12, 1854, before arriving in Havana. "Emigrante"- 1855.
These records pertain to the Portuguese ship "Gica", that sailed to Havana in 1867 carrying 291 Chinese settlers.
This is a ship manifest detailing the 290 Chinese colonists expected to arrive in Cuba aboard the Portuguese ship "Gica." The ship arrived in the port of Havana on March 8, 1864, with 281 of the colonists listed in the ship manifest; seven died during the journey and two remained in Macao.