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Shipping Record

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Records for the ship Altagracia, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Altagracia brought 361 settlers from China to work.

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Date Created
1871-01-16

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Ship Record of the "Cristina"

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Records for the ship Cristina, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Cristina brought 200 settlers from China to work as an indentured servant.

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Date Created
1857-06-25

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Shipping Record of the ship Veloce

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Records for the ship Veloce, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Veloce brought 256 settlers from China to work as indentured servants.

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Date Created
1873-05-06

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Ship Manifest, Unknown Ship

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This is a ship manifest of 352 Chinese settlers who traveled aboard an unknown ship from China to Cuba. The personal details of each settler included were their names, ages, origins, and type of labor they dedicated themselves to. Nine of these settlers died on the journey. 1857.

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Date Created
1857-06-22

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Ship Record

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These documents pertain to the Spanish ship "Manila" that left China with 248 Chinese colonists in March of 1867, and arrived in Havana with 236 Chinese colonists on April 15, 1867. The first document in this collection was the notification

These documents pertain to the Spanish ship "Manila" that left China with 248 Chinese colonists in March of 1867, and arrived in Havana with 236 Chinese colonists on April 15, 1867. The first document in this collection was the notification that the company that contracted the 248 Chinese colonists to work in Cuba had leased the Spanish ship in February of 1867, and were preparing the ship and crew to leave for Cuba. The subsequent documents are notifications of the ship's departure from China, and it's successive arrival in Cuba. 1867.

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Date Created
1867

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Ship Record

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These records pertain to the Portuguese ship "Gica", that sailed to Havana in 1867 carrying 291 Chinese settlers.

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Date Created
1867-01-22

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Shipping Record

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Records for the ship Alexandre Lavalley, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Alexandre Lavalley brought 630 settlers from China to work in Havana.

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Date Created
1873-02-15

Ship Manifest of the Ship "Gica"

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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 shi

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.

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Date Created
1864-03-08

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Ship Manifest of the Ship "Vrow Johanna"

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This is a ship manifest that contained details of 305 Chinese settlers who boarded the Dutch ship "Vrow Johanna" with the intention of sailing to Havana, Cuba. Upon arrival in Cuba, each settler would be contracted to work as an

This is a ship manifest that contained details of 305 Chinese settlers who boarded the Dutch ship "Vrow Johanna" with the intention of sailing to Havana, Cuba. Upon arrival in Cuba, each settler would be contracted to work as an indentured servant for eight years by various property owners in Cuba. The age, name, and origin of each settler were included in the list, and the settlers who died during the journey were marked as deceased. 1854.

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Date Created
1854-03-31

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Ship Record of the "Tamaris"

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Records for the ship Tamaris, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Tamaris brought 300 settlers from China to work as indentured servants.

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Date Created
1869-02-06