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Description Records indicating that the chief of police had a meeting with the Governor to discuss new laws that affect the employers of Chinese settlers and the granting of permanent residency to those settlers. The settlers had to fulfill certain requirements, usually with concerns to their jobs, religion, and moral conduct, in order to gain permanent residency. The police were charged with removing any settlers who did not maintain jobs or contracts with their employers before or after being granted permanent residency.
Created Date 1861-06-18
Subject Chief of Police / Removal / Moral Conduct / Religion / Job / Permanent Residency / Laws / Governor
Series Chinese Immigrants in Cuba Miscellaneous Series
Type Image
Language Spanish
Identifier Local: Melikian1658
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