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This is a record of the arrival of the Italian ship "Glensamore" into the port of Havana on January 5, 1874. Several Chinese settlers had been brought to Cuba aboard the ship, and before any of them could disembark an inspection of the sanitary and health conditions on the ship had to occur. An inspector and a Chinese interpreter were assigned to examine and interview the settlers, and inquire about the treatment they received from the crew throughout the voyage. Fourteen Chinese colonists died during the voyage to Cuba.
Records for the ship Alonso de Albuquerque, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba under contract with La Alianza. On this trip, the Alfonso de Albuquerque brought settlers from China to work.
Records for the ship, Rosa de Furia, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Rosa de Furia docked in Havana.
Records for the ship, Viniveras, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba. On this trip, the Viniveras brought Li Vang from China and made port in Havana.
This document contains a record of payments that were made out to several Chinese workers by their owner. While being indentured servants, Chinese settlers were given monthly wages for their services.