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Ship Record of the "Julian de Murueta"

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Records of the ship, "Julian de Murueta," which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. The Julian de Murueta stopped in Swatao and Santa Abalena before coming to Havana.

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1855-10-12

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Ship Record

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This is a record that was written by Antonio de Barcaiztegui certifying that the American ship "Hound" that sailed from Macao to Cuba arrived in Havana with 228 Chinese settlers

This is a record that was written by Antonio de Barcaiztegui certifying that the American ship "Hound" that sailed from Macao to Cuba arrived in Havana with 228 Chinese settlers on July 22, 1855, and that the arrival was documented in the book of ship entries.

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Date Created
1855-10-12

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Ship Record

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Records for the ship Meuries which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Meuries brought 299 settlers from China to work. The ship stopped in Swatao and Santa Elena before coming to Havana.

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1855-10-12

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Ship Record of the "Carpentaria"

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Records for the ship Carpentaria, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Carpentaria brought settlers from China to work. The ship was captained by Antonio

Records for the ship Carpentaria, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Carpentaria brought settlers from China to work. The ship was captained by Antonio de Barcaiztegui and stopped in Swateo and Puerto Rico before going to Havana.

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Date Created
1855

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Ship Record of the "La Encarnacion"

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This is a letter that was written by Antonio de Barcaiztegui certifying that the Spanish ship "La Encarnacion" that sailed from Macao to Cuba arrived in Havana on April 15,

This is a letter that was written by Antonio de Barcaiztegui certifying that the Spanish ship "La Encarnacion" that sailed from Macao to Cuba arrived in Havana on April 15, 1854, and that the arrival was documented in the official book of ship entries.

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Date Created
1855-10-12