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EAP060: Diaspora collections at the major archives of the province of Matanzas, Cuba

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EAP060/1/1/1: Communication to Don Lorenzo del Escobar on the capture of an African slave. The original file is dated March 1770. EAP060/1/1/2: Communication to Don Gabriel Prieto on the illegal landing of a slave. The original file is dated June 1778.
EAP060/1/1/3: Communication to Don Pedro Bermudez to advise him to be prepared to avoid any illegal slave landing. The original file is dated April 1790. EAP060/1/1/4: Document related to an African slave. The original record is dated July 1790.
EAP060/1/1/5: Communication to Don Ignacio de Acosta, authorising him to land and transport African slaves on board two American ships: Liberty and Friendship. The original file is dated March 1800. EAP060/1/1/6: Communication certifying the arrival to Matanzas of an American slaver, Nancy, from Africa, with 144 slaves on board. The original file is dated December 1800.
EAP060/1/1/7: Copy of a communication allowing the sale of African slaves that arrived on an American slaver. The original file is dated September 1805. EAP060/1/1/8: Copy of a communication allowing the entrance of 80 African slaves that arrived on El Dorado, an American slaver. The original file is dated October 1811.
EAP060/1/1/9: Copy of a communication allowing Don Joaquin Madan to send his ship to Africa with the purpose of buying African slaves. The original file covers the dates January 1815-July 1816. EAP060/1/1/10: Communication of Matanzas governor on a runaway slave found dead inside an empty house. The original file is dated May 1816.
EAP060/1/1/11: Copy of a communication asking to extend the slave trade. The original file is dated July 1816. EAP060/1/1/12: Communication to D. Juan Tirry y Lacy on the opening of the Matanzas’s harbor to the slave trade. The original file is dated July 1816.
EAP060/1/1/13: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on African slaves sent to Havana. The original file is dated August 1816. EAP060/1/1/14: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on three African slaves sold in Holguin, which entered Cuba illegally. The original file is dated October 1817.
EAP060/1/1/15: Communication in regard to the search of the body of an African slave: Francisco Carabali. The original file is dated March 1818. EAP060/1/1/16: Communication to D. Jose Jimeno on the suicide of the African slave Juan de Dios Mina, who belonged to Jose Justo Benitez. The original file is dated April 1818.
EAP060/1/1/17: Communication related to slaves’ sales. The original file is dated July 1818. EAP060/1/1/18: Communication to D. Juan Tirry y Lacy on the expenses to protect white colonist from African slaves. The original file is dated October 1818.
EAP060/1/1/19: Communications by the Matanzas’ medical officer. 1441 African slave landed in Matanzas were vaccinated. The original file is dated September 1819. EAP060/1/1/20: Communications to Matanzas’ governor related with epidemic diseases on board vessels arriving from Africa. The original file covers the dates April-July 1819.
EAP060/1/1/21: File of slaver Santa Ines. The original file is dated November 1819. EAP060/1/1/22: Communication on sale of slaves arriving from Africa. The original file is dated December 1819.
EAP060/1/1/23: Communications on the landing of African slaves by American slaver Exchange. The original file is dated June 1820. EAP060/1/1/24: Communications on French slaver Monton, arriving with slaves from Africa. The original file is dated July 1820.
EAP060/1/1/25: Copy of communication prohibiting passports to slave trading activities. The original file is dated August 1822. EAP060/1/1/26: Communications to Matanzas’ governor on measures to eradicate the African slave trade in Cuba. The original file is dated April 1826.
EAP060/1/1/27: Communications to Matanzas’ governor on orders to finish the African slave trade in Cuba. The original file covers the dates April-May 1826. EAP060/1/1/28: File on the ending of all taxations to slaves arriving from Africa. The original file covers the dates July-August 1829.
EAP060/1/1/29: Communication on the death of an African slave who belonged to D. Ramon Brujas. The original file is dated April 1832. EAP060/1/1/30: Copy of communication to one of the officers at the Matanzas custom office, asking him for data on slaves landed in Matanzas since 1811. The original file is dated 1832.
EAP060/1/1/31: Communications in regard to the landing of African slaves in Bacunayagua. The original file is dated April 1833. EAP060/1/1/32: Copy of communications to one officer at the Matanzas custom office regarding ships leaving to Africa. The original file is dated March 1804.
EAP060/1/1/33: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the illegal activities of vessels sailing to Africa. Measures for avoiding this. The original file is dated August 1833. EAP060/1/1/34: Communications to the mayor of Pueblo Nuevo to increase vigilance against illegal slave landings. The original file is dated January 1835.
EAP060/1/1/35: Communications on the detention of several individuals who propagated false news on the landing of 5000 blacks from Jamaica. The original file is dated January 1816. EAP060/1/1/36: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the suicide of an African slave on a sugar mill. The original file is dated April 1836.
EAP060/1/1/37: Communications on the suicide of a runaway African slave. The original file is dated July 1836. EAP060/1/1/38: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on news received by the U.S. President on an illegal slave landing made by an American slaver. The original file is dated April 1838.
EAP060/1/1/39: Communications on Treaty of 1833. The original file is dated September 1841. EAP060/1/1/40: Communications on a slaver searching for a landing spot in Yumuri and Camarioca. The original file is dated June 1842.
EAP060/1/1/41: Communications on a false report on a slave landing near Guasimas. The original file is dated June 1842. EAP060/1/1/42: Communications on 15 newly landed African slaves, captured near Camarioca. All were emancipated. The original file covers the dates July-September 1842.
EAP060/1/1/43: Communications on 80 newly landed African slaves, captured near Yumuri. All were emancipated. The original file covers the dates July-September 1842. EAP060/1/1/44: Communications on a slaver, Orumes, which sailed to Africa to trade in slaves. The original file is dated October 1842.
EAP060/1/1/45: Communications on measures to avoid slave landings near the Canimar river. The original file covers the dates July-August 1843. EAP060/1/1/46: File on a Spanish vessel suspected of dealing with illegal slave landings. The original file is dated July 1843.
EAP060/1/1/47: Communications denying a slave landing denounced by British commissioners. The original file is dated August 1843. EAP060/1/1/48: Communications to the Captain in Yumuri on the orders given by General Governor to capture newly disembarked slaves introduced in Puerto Escondido by slaver Palmira. The original file is dated September 1843.
EAP060/1/1/49: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on expenses made to feed captured Africans, and on the escape of 4 of them. The original file is dated October 1843. EAP060/1/1/50: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor of Alacranes on the acceptance of measures against the slave trade. The original file is dated April 1848.
EAP060/1/1/51: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor of Alacranes on an illegal landing of slaves in his territory. The original file is dated June 1848. EAP060/1/1/52: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor of Alacranes on judicial proceedings against individuals detained for introducing slaves. The original file is dated July 1849.
EAP060/1/1/53: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor of Alacranes on the detention of 130 African slaves disembarked at the Bight of Cabanas. The original file is dated July 1848. EAP060/1/1/54: Communications in regard to the prohibition of slave trading activities. The original file covers the dates February-March 1851.
EAP060/1/1/55: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas in regard to the law prohibiting the landing of African slaves. The original file is dated May 1851. EAP060/1/1/56: Communications of the Governor of Matanzas with the information that he has received the law prohibiting the trade of African slaves. The original file is dated May 1851.
EAP060/1/1/57: Order to stop illegal slave landings. The original file is dated February 1852. EAP060/1/1/58: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas ordering him to inform of any slaver trying to land slaves. The original file covers the dates February-March 1852.
EAP060/1/1/59: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on inquires to find those responsible for landing African slaves near Camarioca. The original file is dated March 1852. EAP060/1/1/60: Communications on Capitan Pedaneo of Camarioca to search for illegal slave landings. The original file is dated March 1852.
EAP060/1/1/61: Communications regarding measures to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated March 1852. EAP060/1/1/62: Communications on a vessel near Camarioca suspected to be involved in slave trading activities. The original file is dated March 1852.
EAP060/1/1/63: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas requesting the name of the official in charge of Camarioca when a slaver landed slaves. The original file is dated March 1852. EAP060/1/1/64: Communications regarding measures to avoid the introduction of African slaves in Santa Ana. The original file is dated March 1852.
EAP060/1/1/65: Communications regarding his approval of measures to avoid slave landings, which authorized the use of cavalry. The original file is dated April 1852. EAP060/1/1/66: Communications regarding the creation of civil patrols to protect the coasts against illegal slave landings. The original file covers the dates October-November 1852.
EAP060/1/1/67: Communications to the Government of Matanzas from local authorities, which received the law prohibiting the slave trade. The original file is dated December 1852. EAP060/1/1/68: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to avoid the trade of African slaves. The original file is dated January 1853.
EAP060/1/1/69: Communications on measures to avoid the trade of African slaves on the north coast. The original file covers the dates March-April 1853. EAP060/1/1/70: Communications regarding the death of African slaves transported to Havana on board the steamer Habanero. The original file is dated April 1853.
EAP060/1/1/71: Communications on measures to avoid the trade of African slaves. The original file is dated April 1853. EAP060/1/1/72: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated May 1853.
EAP060/1/1/73: Communications on measures to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated May 1853. EAP060/1/1/74: Draft of communications on measures to avoid the slave trade. The original file is dated May 1853.
EAP060/1/1/75: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on a judicial process regarding an illegal slave landing in Siguapa. The original file covers the dates June 1853-June 1855. EAP060/1/1/76: Copy of a communication on the capture of the vessel Emperatriz, which was about to sail to procure African slaves. The original file is dated July 1853.
EAP060/1/1/77: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the introduction of 57 African slaves in the sugar mill Nuestra Senora del Carmen. The original file is dated August 1853. EAP060/1/1/78: Copy of communications with news on a slave landing made by a Brazilian Company with agents in Cuba. The original file is dated January 1854.
EAP060/1/1/79: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to take with those who trade African slaves. The original file is dated February 1854. EAP060/1/1/80: Communications on measures to avoid the illegal introduction of African slaves in the territory. The original file covers the dates March-April 1854.
EAP060/1/1/81: Communications on slave landing in Alacranes. The original file covers the dates April-May 1854. EAP060/1/1/82: Communications on African slaves captured on the estate belonging to D. Manuel Montes. The slaves were liberated. The original file covers the dates May-June 1854.
EAP060/1/1/83: Communications regarding expenses on slaves liberated, and the capture of others at the estate of Socorro. The original file is dated May 1854. EAP060/1/1/84: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding expenses on slaves liberated near the Hatibonico river. The original file is dated June 1854.
EAP060/1/1/85: Communication regarding the death of Florinda, an African slave. The original file is dated June 1854. EAP060/1/1/86: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on a slave landing. The original file is dated June 1854.
EAP060/1/1/87: Communications on measures to avoid the landing of African slaves. The original file is dated July 1854. EAP060/1/1/88: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on a robbery of African slaves from the estate of D. Miguel de Cardenas. The original file is dated June 1854.
EAP060/1/1/89: Communications on a slaver near Matanzas’s coast. The original file is dated July 1854. EAP060/1/1/90: Communications on an expedition with African slave trying to land near Cardenas. The original file is dated August 1854.
EAP060/1/1/91: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the death of an African slave. The original file is dated August 1854. EAP060/1/1/92: Draft of communication on measures taken in Canasi to avoid the introduction of African slaves. The original file is dated October 1854.
EAP060/1/1/93: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on a supposed landing of African slaves on board a Portuguese slaver. The original file is dated November 1854. EAP060/1/1/94: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the trial against D. Manuel Montes and others accused of landing slaves. The original file is dated March 1855.
EAP060/1/1/95: Communications on the power of the Governor of Matanzas to prosecute cases involving the slave trade. The original file covers the dates October-November 1855. EAP060/1/1/96: Communications on judicial file opened on the landing of African slaves in Boca de Jaruco. The original file is dated February 1856.
EAP060/1/1/97: Communications on the vigilance of Portuguese citizens involved in the slave trade. The original file is dated February 1856. EAP060/1/1/98: File of inquires on the landing of African slaves near Hatibonico river. The original file is dated April 1856.
EAP060/1/1/99: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the deportation of people involved in slave trading activities. The original file is dated May 1856. EAP060/1/1/100: Communications on measures to punish slave traders. The original file covers the dates May-June 1856.
EAP060/1/1/101: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on new measures to stop the slave trade. The original file is dated June 1856. EAP060/1/1/102: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the landing of slaves near Jaquete, and the detention of one suspect, D. Jose Carbo. The original file is dated June 1856.
EAP060/1/1/103: Communications on the appointment of a new Captain Pedaneo in Alacranes and the order to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated June 1856. EAP060/1/1/104: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the surveillance of people involved in slave trading activities. The original file is dated June 1856.
EAP060/1/1/105: Communications on the landing of African slaves in Puerto Escondido and Boca de Camarioca. The original file is dated July 1856. EAP060/1/1/106: Communications on suspected slave landings in Alacranes and Los Palos. The original file is dated February 1857.
EAP060/1/1/107: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on surveillance of ports to avoid slave landings. The original file covers the dates April-October 1857. EAP060/1/1/108: Communications on the necessity of increased surveillance to avoid illegal slave landings. The original file is dated June 1857.
EAP060/1/1/109: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a list of people suspected of being slave traders. The original file is dated June 1857. EAP060/1/1/110: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to stop the slave trade. The original file is dated June 1857.
EAP060/1/1/111: Communications regarding the deployment of an army battalion to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated July 1857. EAP060/1/1/112: Communications on a slave landing organized by Noriega, Ulmo and Cia, which was discovered by the authorities. The original file covers the dates July-August 1857.
EAP060/1/1/113: Communications to Governor Pedro Esteban on a slave landing near Sierra Morena. The original file is dated July 1857. EAP060/1/1/114: Communications on the detention of African slaves at the sugar mill Susana. The original file covers the dates July 1857-February 1858.
EAP060/1/1/115: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to stop the slave trade. The original file is dated July 1857. EAP060/1/1/116: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the surveillance of the coast by army vessels to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated August 1857.
EAP060/1/1/117: Communications on the landings of African slaves in Gibacoa, who were captured. The original file is dated August 1857. EAP060/1/1/118: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the 1855 slave landing near Granadillo, and the surveillance of D. Jose Carbo. The original file is dated September 1857.
EAP060/1/1/119: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on approval of measures to stop the introduction of African slaves. The original file is dated October 1857. EAP060/1/1/120: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on orders to Provincial officials to keep the vigilance of the port to avoid the slave trade. The original file is dated October 1857.
EAP060/1/1/121: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the detention of Africans in Jaruco, and the authorisation to transport 21 slaves belonging to Teodosio Diaz. The original file is dated November 1857. EAP060/1/1/122: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to stop the slave trade, including the patrol of the coast. The original file is dated December 1857.
EAP060/1/1/123: Communications on the emission of a passport to D. Jose Carbo, under surveillance for being one of the major slave traders in Cuba. The original file covers the dates May-June 1858. EAP060/1/1/124: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the remittance of slave Isidro. The original file is dated September 1858.
EAP060/1/1/125: Communications on D. Miguel Ors and D. Jose Cortina, detained as slave traders. The original file covers the dates February-July 1859. EAP060/1/1/126: Communications on important slave landing in P. Escondido organized by Noriega, Ulmo and Cia, which was bought by A. Gutierrez and brothers. The original file covers the dates June-December 1859.
EAP060/1/1/127: Communications on a probable slave landing near Jibacoa. The original file is dated February 1860. EAP060/1/1/128: Communications about an order to search all the coast. The original file covers the dates February-March 1860.
EAP060/1/1/129: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on a probable slave landing. The original file is dated February 1860. EAP060/1/1/130: Communications to Governor of Matanzas about two slavers sailing near Jaruco and Puerto Escondido. The original file is dated February 1860.
EAP060/1/1/131: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a patrol on the coast between A. Bermejo and Bacunayagua. The original file is dated March 1860. EAP060/1/1/132: Draft on the communication of two slavers near the coast and measures to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated March 1860.
EAP060/1/1/133: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the surveillance of the coast and all vessels suspected of being involved in the slave trade bound to Havana. The original file is dated May 1860. EAP060/1/1/134: Communications in regard to the surveillance of different coastal points. The original file covers the dates June-July 1860.
EAP060/1/1/135: Communications on slaves landing near Canasi. The original file covers the dates August-September 1860. EAP060/1/1/136: Communications about a criminal investigation opened on a slave landing in Canasi. The original file covers the dates September-December 1860.
EAP060/1/1/137: Communications in regard to the surveillance to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated November 1860. EAP060/1/1/138: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a slave landing near Jicaboa. The original file is dated December 1860.
EAP060/1/1/139: Communications about a probable slave landing and measures to patrol the coast. The original file is dated December 1860. EAP060/1/1/140: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a patrol on the coast between Canasi and Corral Nuevo, in prevention of a slave landing there. The original file is dated December 1860.
EAP060/1/1/141: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a patrol on the coast and a probable slave landing. The original file is dated January 1861. EAP060/1/1/142: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding the arrival of an army detachment to the sugar mill Dolores, while pursuing newly landed slaves. The original file is dated February 1861.
EAP060/1/1/143: Communications on slaves apprehended in the hills of Maniabon. The original file covers the dates April-May 1861. EAP060/1/1/144: Printed orders on the repression of the slave trade. The original file is dated July 1861.
EAP060/1/1/145: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding a patrol of the coast. The original file is dated July 1861. EAP060/1/1/146: Communications regarding a patrol of the coast to avoid slave landings. The original file covers the dates July-September 1862.
EAP060/1/1/147: Communications on the necessity to patrol the coast because of the proximity of the slaver Tocoa. The original file is dated September 1862. EAP060/1/1/148: Communications about a vessel with a cargo between 800 to 8000 slaves, which failed to land near Trinidad. The original file covers the dates November-December 1862.
EAP060/1/1/149: Communications mentioning the probable slave landing in Camarioca. The original file is dated December 1862. EAP060/1/1/150: Communications regarding a patrol of the coast. The original file is dated December 1862.
EAP060/1/1/151: Printed pamphlet on the persecution of slave trading activities. The original file is dated December 1862. EAP060/1/1/152: Communications regarding a patrol of the coast because of suspected slave landings. The original file is dated February 1863.
EAP060/1/1/153: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the patrol of the coast. The original file is dated May 1863. EAP060/1/1/154: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas regarding some slave expeditions near the island. The original file is dated May 1863.
EAP060/1/1/155: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the surveillance of Arroyo Bermejo because it is suspected that Jaime Perley is waiting for a slave expedition. The original file is dated May 1863. EAP060/1/1/156: Communications on the surveillance of a vessel near the coast. The original file is dated June 1863.
EAP060/1/1/157: Communications on a vessel anchored near the coast of Arroyo Bermejo. The original file is dated June 1863. EAP060/1/1/158: Communications on orders given by the General Captain to the Matanzas’s governor to definitely eradicate the slave trade in his jurisdiction. The original file is dated July 1863.
EAP060/1/1/159: Telegrams of slave expeditions. The original file is dated July 1863. EAP060/1/1/160: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the surveillance of the mouth and the coast of Canasi. The original file is dated July 1863.
EAP060/1/1/161: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the patrolling of the coast to find illegal landings. The original file is dated August 1863. EAP060/1/1/162: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on correspondence to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated August 1863.
EAP060/1/1/163: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the necessity to reinforce the surveillance on the coast to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated September 1863. EAP060/1/1/164: Communication on a suspected slave landing in Isla de Pinos. The original file is dated November 1863.
EAP060/1/1/165: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the patrolling of the coast. The original file is dated December 1863. EAP060/1/1/166: Communication on the denounce made by Jose Gonzalez that Jose Cosme de la Torriente is the organizer of a slave expedition. The original file is dated November 1864.
EAP060/1/1/167: Communication on the surveillance of the coast to avoid suspected slave landings. The original file is dated June 1865. EAP060/1/1/168: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on a suspected slave landing. The original file is dated October 1865.
EAP060/1/1/169: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to suppress the slave trade. The original file is dated November 1865. EAP060/1/1/170: Communications on a slaver near Puerto Padre. The original file is dated July 1866.
EAP060/1/1/171: Communications on measures to avoid slave landings. The original file is dated October 1866. EAP060/1/1/172: Communications about Decree 29 on the slave trade, published in La Gaceta de la Habana. The original file is dated November 1866.
EAP060/1/1/173: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on a suspected slave landing of the steamer Virgin, from Pensacola. The original file is dated November 1866. EAP060/1/1/174: Communications on a possible slave landing and the need to increase coastal patrols. The original file covers the dates March-July 1867.
EAP060/1/1/175: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on failed slave landings. The original file is dated May 1867. EAP060/1/1/176: Communications on a suspected slaver near Camarioca. The original file is dated July 1867.
EAP060/1/1/177: Communications about the cease of patrols on the coast as the slaver sailed to Brazil. The original file is dated August 1867. EAP060/1/1/178: Communications on the reception of the law against the slave trade. The original file is dated September 1867.
EAP060/1/1/179: Communications regarding the detention of several slaves disembarked at a key near the island. The original file is dated October 1867. EAP060/1/1/180: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the measures taken by Capitan Pedaneo of Corral Nuevo to fight the slave trade. The original file covers the dates January-March 1868.
EAP060/1/1/181: Communication on the surveillance on the coast to avoid suspected slave landings. The original file covers the dates March-May 1868. EAP060/1/1/182: Draft of the orders given to Capitanes Pedaneos to avoid slave trading activities. The original file is dated January ?.
EAP060/1/1/183: Note on Juana, a slave detained with another 78 African slaves near the coast. The original file is undated. EAP060/1/1/184: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas about the patrols in Puerto Escondido, Bacunayagua and Palmarejo. No slave landings detected. The original file is dated January ?.
EAP060/1/2/1: Communication to Don Lorenzo del Escobar on the capture of runaway slaves. The original file is dated June 1770. EAP060/1/2/2: Communication to Don Gabriel Prieto on the capture of a female slave without the King’s mark. The original file is dated April 1779.
EAP060/1/2/3: Communication to Don Pedro Bermudez on runaway slave Nicolas Mandinga. The original file is dated March 1785. EAP060/1/2/4: Communication from Jose Pablo Valiente to Felipe Zayas. The original file is dated May 1797.
EAP060/1/2/5: Communication on runaway slaves from Jamaica. The original file is dated August 1799. EAP060/1/2/6: Communication to Juan Tirry y Lacy on the property of an African slave. The original file is dated May 1817.
EAP060/1/2/7: Statistics on slaves and free blacks. The original file is dated November 1817. EAP060/1/2/8: Communication to Matanzas’ Governor on D. Jose Ramos, who apprehended 4 runaways. The original file is dated November 1817.
EAP060/1/2/9: Communication to Matanzas’ Governor on a runaway slave belonging to D. Manuel de la Oya. The original file is dated June 1818. EAP060/1/2/10: Communication on the escape of Creole slave Macario. The original file is dated August 1818.
EAP060/1/2/11: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on 4 African runaway slaves that are going to be offered to him. The original file is dated February 1820. EAP060/1/2/12: Communication on taxes charged to keep runaway slaves. The original file is dated June 1821.
EAP060/1/2/13: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the escape of a runaway slave. The original file is dated December 1822. EAP060/1/2/14: Communication to Matanzas' governor on the escape of 7 slaves from a sugar mill. The original file is dated May 1825.
EAP060/1/2/15: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the appointment of an official to help in the capture of runaway slaves. The original file is dated September 1825. EAP060/1/2/16: Communication about a false alarm in regard to the escape of 50 slaves from a sugar mill in Limonar. The original file is dated July 1826.
EAP060/1/2/17: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the escape of 19 slaves in Guamacaro and Lagunillas, and the capture of 12. The original file is dated July 1826. EAP060/1/2/18: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the order to capture a female runaway slave. The original file is dated July 1826.
EAP060/1/2/19: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of 9 runaway slaves. The original file is dated January 1827. EAP060/1/2/20: Communications to Matanzas’ governor related to a wounded runaway slave who was captured. The original file is dated June 1827.
EAP060/1/2/21: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of 2 runaway slaves. The original file is dated July 1827. EAP060/1/2/22: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on 8 runaway slaves who camped at D. Jose Izquierdo’s estate, and the capture of another two. The original file is dated July 1827.
EAP060/1/2/23: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of a runaway slave Agustin Mante, known as Agustin Chirrique. The original file is dated November 1827. EAP060/1/2/24: Communication about a false alarm in regard to the escape of slaves from a coffee plantation. The original file is dated December 1827.
EAP060/1/2/25: Communication to Matanzas' governor on the attack against a runaway slave settlement. The original file is dated April 1828. EAP060/1/2/26: Communication to Matanzas' governor on the attack against a runaway slave settlement. The original file is dated May 1828.
EAP060/1/2/27: Communication to Matanzas’ governor on the capture of 2 runaway slaves. The original file is dated July 1829. EAP060/1/2/28: Communication to Matanzas’ governor on 5 slaves who ran away with a gun and a machete. The original file is dated August 1829.
EAP060/1/2/29: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of 5 slaves who ran away from a sugar mill. The original file is dated August 1829. EAP060/1/2/30: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on pursuit of 7 runaway slaves, their leader was killed as he did not surrender. The original file is dated October 1829.
EAP060/1/2/31: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on data provided by slave owners and overseers on runaway slaves. The original file is dated October 1829. EAP060/1/2/32: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves in November (Yumuri). The original file is dated December 1829.
EAP060/1/2/33: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on two runaway slaves who assaulted a sugar mill. The original file is dated January 1830. EAP060/1/2/34: Communication on the pursuit of a small group of runaway slaves in Ceiba Mocha. The original file is dated July 1830.
EAP060/1/2/35: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on 5 slaves who ran away from some estates. The original file is dated July 1830. EAP060/1/2/36: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrols created to capture 50 runaway slaves. The original file is dated July 1830.
EAP060/1/2/37: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on pursuit of runaway slaves settled near Bermejal. The original file is dated July 1830. EAP060/1/2/38: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on 8 runaway slaves. The original file is dated September 1830.
EAP060/1/2/39: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrols created to search for runaway slaves near Rio Blanco. The original file is dated September 1830. EAP060/1/2/40: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on a runaway settlement settled near Limones Grandes and Santa Ana. The original file is dated September 1830.
EAP060/1/2/41: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves in December (Yumuri). The original file is dated January 1831. EAP060/1/2/42: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves until April (Yumuri). The original file is dated May 1831.
EAP060/1/2/43: Listing of runaway slaves until June (Yumuri). The original file is dated July 1831. EAP060/1/2/44: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrol to capture runaway slaves near Pedro Bitan’s estate. The original file is dated July 1831.
EAP060/1/2/45: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during July (Yumuri). The original file is dated August 1831. EAP060/1/2/46: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during September (Yumuri). The original file is dated October 1831.
EAP060/1/2/47: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during November (Camarioca). The original file is dated December 1831. EAP060/1/2/48: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during November (Yumuri). The original file is dated December 1831.
EAP060/1/2/49: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the number of runaway slaves in Santa Ana (7). The original file is dated March 1832. EAP060/1/2/50: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during February (Yumuri). The original file is dated March 1833.
EAP060/1/2/51: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on events related with runaway slaves. The original file is dated April 1835. EAP060/1/2/52: Communications to Matanzas’s governor from Camarioca informing that no runaway slaves were detected. The original file is dated April 1835.
EAP060/1/2/53: Communications to Matanzas’s governor from Camarioca informing that no runaway slaves were detected. The original file is dated May 1835. EAP060/1/2/54: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of a slave named Manuel. The original file is dated September 1835.
EAP060/1/2/55: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during July (Yumuri). The original file is dated August 1836. EAP060/1/2/56: Listing of runaway slaves during January (Yumuri). The original file is dated February 1837.
EAP060/1/2/57: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on escape of the runaway slave Maria del Rosario Lucumi. The original file is dated December 1837. EAP060/1/2/58: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrol to capture runaway slaves near the coffee estate of Santa Ana de Bajacas. The original file is dated December 1837.
EAP060/1/2/59: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the escape of 5 slaves from a coffee estate. The original file is dated December 1837. EAP060/1/2/60: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on pursuit of runaway slaves in Madruga and Ceiba Mocha. The original file covers the dates January-February 1838.
EAP060/1/2/61: Draft of a communication to the Captain of Ceiba Mocha on two horses abandoned by two runaway slaves. The original file is dated June 1838. EAP060/1/2/62: Draft of communications to the local authorities on the necessity to increase vigilance because of the crimes committed by a group of runaway slaves. The original file is dated July ?1838.
EAP060/1/2/63: Draft of communications on 8 captured runaway slaves. The original file is dated October 1838. EAP060/1/2/64: Draft of communications on the refusal of the Captain General to pay two locals to pursue runaway slaves. The original file is dated November 1838.
EAP060/1/2/65: Communication on the escape of a slave, who was employed as carpenter. The original file is dated December 1838. EAP060/1/2/66: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on failing to capture a slave named Serafin Lopez. The original file is dated September 1839.
EAP060/1/2/67: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the request made by the Captain General to receive information on runaway slaves in the territory. The original file covers the dates February-March 1840. EAP060/1/2/68: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the escape and capture of runaway slaves from sugar mill Triangulo. The original file covers the dates April-May 1840.
EAP060/1/2/69: Communications about orders to capture two slaves, Carlos and Joaquin Carabali. The original file covers the dates June-July 1840. EAP060/1/2/70: Communication to Matanzas’s governor that no runaway slaves were found in Guanabana. The original file is dated July 1840.
EAP060/1/2/71: Letter sent to Brigadier J… on runaway slaves that were sent from the Matanzas’ deposit to Havana. The original file is dated February 1841. EAP060/1/2/72: Communications on the detention of 13 slaves from the sugar mill Santo Domingo. The original file is dated July 1841.
EAP060/1/2/73: Communications on patrols sent to capture 27 runaway slaves from the estates Fernandina and Casa de Bayona. The original file is dated July 1841. EAP060/1/2/74: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during November and December (Various). The original file is dated December 1841.
EAP060/1/2/75: Communications on the petition made by D. Jose Delgado to get the license to capture runaway slaves. The original file covers the dates December 1841-January 1842. EAP060/1/2/76: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during December (Yumuri and Santa Ana). The original file is dated January 1842.
EAP060/1/2/77: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during April. The original file covers the dates April-May 1842. EAP060/1/2/78: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during May (Various). The original file covers the dates May-June 1842.
EAP060/1/2/79: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during May and June (Various). The original file is dated June 1842. EAP060/1/2/80: Communications on the capture of a runaway slave named Antonio Basnuevo. The original file is dated August 1842.
EAP060/1/2/81: Communications on attacks made by runaway slaves near Madruga, etc. The original file covers the dates September-October 1842. EAP060/1/2/82: Communications on a petition made by the Captain in Guamacaro to ask for runaway catchers. The original file is dated September 1842.
EAP060/1/2/83: Communications ordering an increase in vigilance because the number of runaway slaves jumped in August. The original file covers the dates September-October 1842. EAP060/1/2/84: Communication to Matanzas’s governor that no runaway slaves were found in Santa Ana. The original file is dated September 1842.
EAP060/1/2/85: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during September (Matanzas). The original file covers the dates September-October 1842. EAP060/1/2/86: Communication to Matanzas’s governor that no runaway slaves were found in Molinos. The original file is dated October 1842.
EAP060/1/2/87: Draft on the listing of runaway slaves during October (Matanzas). The original file is dated November 1842. EAP060/1/2/88: Communications on the listing of runaway slaves during November (Matanzas). The original file covers the dates November-December 1842.
EAP060/1/2/89: Communications on the listing of runaway slaves during December (Matanzas). The original file covers the dates December 1842-January 1843. EAP060/1/2/90: Communications on the escape of 22 slaves in Ceiba Mocha. The original file covers the dates December 1842-January 1843.
EAP060/1/2/91: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during January (Camariocas). The original file is dated January 1843. EAP060/1/2/92: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on news from Santa Ana, including the pursuit of runaway slaves and the detention of Dionisio Carbana. The original file is dated January 1843.
EAP060/1/2/93: Communication on the detention of the slave Clara, who ran away from her masters. The original file is dated February 1843. EAP060/1/2/94: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on patrols in Figueras and Puerto Escondido, in pursuit of runaway slaves. The original file is dated February 1843.
EAP060/1/2/95: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during February (Camariocas, Guanabany and Sabanillas). The original file is dated February 1843. EAP060/1/2/96: Communications on the refusal by Ignacio Heredia to pay for expenses of his slave working at the slave deposit. The original file covers the dates February-April 1843.
EAP060/1/2/97: Listing of runaway slaves during March (Yumuri). The original file is dated March 1843. EAP060/1/2/98: Draft of Communication with listing of runaway slaves during March (Matanzas). The original file is dated March 1843.
EAP060/1/2/99: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas asking him if the distance to consider a slave as runaway could be applied at night. The original file is dated April 1843. EAP060/1/2/100: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on a free Pardo, who was attacked by three runaway slaves. The original file is dated May 1843.
EAP060/1/2/101: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the arrest of 6 runaway slaves, another 12 are still at large. The original file is dated May 1843. EAP060/1/2/102: Communications with listing of runaway slaves during June (Camariocas). The original file is dated June 1843.
EAP060/1/2/103: Communication mentioning that 61 runaway slaves were detected in Matanzas during July. The original file is dated July 1843. EAP060/1/2/104: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during August (Ceiba Mocha). The original file is dated August 1843.
EAP060/1/2/105: Communication mentioning that 61 runaway slaves were detected in Matanzas during September. The original file is dated September 1843. EAP060/1/2/106: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during September (Camariocas). The original file is dated September 1843.
EAP060/1/2/107: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during October (Matanzas). The original file is dated October 1843. EAP060/1/2/108: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the capture of 3 runaway slaves of a total of 14 in Yumuri. The original file is dated November 1843.
EAP060/1/2/109: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during November and December (Camariocas). The original file is dated December 1843. EAP060/1/2/110: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas asking him to organize patrols to find runaway slaves in Yumuri. The original file is dated December 1843.
EAP060/1/2/111: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the pursuit of 51 runaway slaves. The original file is dated January 1844. EAP060/1/2/112: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during February (Camariocas). The original file covers the dates February-March 1944.
EAP060/1/2/113: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during February (Sabanilla and Ceiba Mocha). The original file is dated May 1844. EAP060/1/2/114: Communications with listing of runaway slaves. The original file covers the dates February-March 1844.
EAP060/1/2/115: Communications to Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during April (Various). The original file covers the dates March-May 1844. EAP060/1/2/116: Listing of runaway slaves during May (Limonar). The original file is dated May 1844.
EAP060/1/2/117: Draft of communication to the Governor of Matanzas with report of runaway slaves during April. The original file is dated May 1844. EAP060/1/2/118: Communication with listing of runaway slaves during November-December (Various). The original file is dated December 1844.
EAP060/1/2/119: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas informing that no runaway slaves were detected in Ceiba Mocha. The original file is dated June 1818. EAP060/1/2/120: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on 4 slaves that escaped from a sugar estate. The original file is dated December 1844.
EAP060/1/2/121: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during January (Matanzas). The original file covers the dates January-February 1845. EAP060/1/2/122: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas with listing of runaway slaves during March (Various). The original file covers the dates March-April 1845.
EAP060/1/2/123: Communications with listing of runaway slaves until April 10 (Various). The original file is dated April 1845. EAP060/1/2/124: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during August (Camarioca). The original file is dated August 1845.
EAP060/1/2/125: Communications to Matanzas’s governor about not to hurt runaway slaves when detained to avoid expenses to owners. The original file is dated September 1845. EAP060/1/2/126: Draft of communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during October (Matanzas). The original file covers the dates October-November 1845.
EAP060/1/2/127: Communications on the death of a slave, killed by runaway slaves. The original file is dated November 1845. EAP060/1/2/128: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrol against runaway slaves, without results. The original file is dated November 1845.
EAP060/1/2/129: Reglamento de Cimarrones 1846. The original file is dated December 1845. EAP060/1/2/130: Communications to Matanzas’s governor with listing of runaway slaves during January (Various). The original file covers the dates January-February 1846.
EAP060/1/2/131: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during January and February (Yumuri). The original file is dated February 1846. EAP060/1/2/132: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the condition of runaway slaves (Matanzas). The original file is dated February 1846.
EAP060/1/2/133: Communication about the escape of slaves from a plantation, one was wounded. The original file is dated March 1846. EAP060/1/2/134: Communications to Matanzas’s governor with listing of runaway slaves during March-April (Various). The original file covers the dates March-April 1846.
EAP060/1/2/135: Communication on pursuit of runaway slaves escaped from a plantation, all captured. The original file is dated March 1846. EAP060/1/2/136: Communication on the Reglamento de Cimarrones. The original file covers the dates June-August 1846.
EAP060/1/2/137: Communication to Matanzas’ governor on the escape and capture of slaves from a coffee estate. The original file covers the dates June-July 1846. EAP060/1/2/138: Communications to Matanzas’s governor with listing of runaway slaves during July (Various). The original file covers the dates July-August 1846.
EAP060/1/2/139: Communications to Matanzas’s governor with listing of runaway slaves during August (Various). The original file covers the dates August-September 1846. EAP060/1/2/140: Communication informing that the runaway slave deposit was moved to Versalles since September. The original file is dated August 1846.
EAP060/1/2/141: Communications on runaway slaves in September (Various). The original file covers the dates September-October 1846. EAP060/1/2/142: Communications on runaway slaves in October (Various). The original file covers the dates October-November 1846.
EAP060/1/2/143: Communications on runaway slaves in November (Various). The original file covers the dates November-December 1846. EAP060/1/2/144: Communications on runaway slaves in December (Various). The original file covers the dates December 1846-January 1847.
EAP060/1/2/145: Communication to Matanzas’s governor about the pursuit of runaway slaves at the sugar mill Nueva Vizcaya. The original file is dated January 1847. EAP060/1/2/146: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on runaway slaves in January (Various). The original file is dated January 1847.
EAP060/1/2/147: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on runaway slaves in February (Various). The original file is dated February 1847. EAP060/1/2/148: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on runaway slaves in March (Various). The original file is dated March 1847.
EAP060/1/2/149: Communication to Capitan Pedaneo in Ceiba Mocha regarding patrols created to search for runaway slaves from the sugar mill Santa Cruz. The original file is dated March 1847. EAP060/1/2/150: Communication to Matanzas’s on patrols to search for runaway slaves at various locations. The original file is dated April 1847.
EAP060/1/2/151: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in April (Various). The original file covers the dates April-May 1847. EAP060/1/2/152: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos. The original file is dated May 1847.
EAP060/1/2/153: Communication to Matanzas’s on patrol to search for runaway slaves at Monte de Oro. The original file covers the dates May-June 1847. EAP060/1/2/154: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos in June. The original file is dated June 1847.
EAP060/1/2/155: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos in July. The original file is dated July 1847. EAP060/1/2/156: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during August (Various). The original file is dated August 1847.
EAP060/1/2/157: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on different patrols searching for runaway slaves. The original file is dated August 1847. EAP060/1/2/158: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the listing of runaway slaves during September (Various). The original file is dated September 1847.
EAP060/1/2/159: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on an animal that was stolen by runaway slaves. The original file is dated September 1847. EAP060/1/2/160: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos. The original file is dated October 1847.
EAP060/1/2/161: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos in November. The original file is dated November 1847. EAP060/1/2/162: Communications to Matanzas’s governor, including listing of runaway slaves in several partidos in December. The original file is dated December 1847.
EAP060/1/2/163: Communications with information on runaway slaves in December. The original file is dated January 1848. EAP060/1/2/164: Communications with information on runaway slaves in January. The original file covers the dates January-February 1848.
EAP060/1/2/165: Communications with information on runaway slaves in January (Various). The original file covers the dates February-March 1848. EAP060/1/2/166: Communications with information on runaway slaves in March (Various). The original file covers the dates March-April 1848.
EAP060/1/2/167: Communications with information on runaway slaves in April (Various). The original file covers the dates April-May 1848. EAP060/1/2/168: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on patrol to capture runaway slaves in Capitania de Maya. The original file covers the dates January-May 1848.
EAP060/1/2/169: Communications with information on runaway slaves in May (Various). The original file covers the dates May-June 1848. EAP060/1/2/170: Communications with information on runaway slaves in June (Various). The original file covers the dates June-July 1848.
EAP060/1/2/171: Communications on the arrest of two runaway slaves. The original file is dated June 1848. EAP060/1/2/172: Communications with information on runaway slaves in July (Various). The original file covers the dates July-August 1848.
EAP060/1/2/173: Communications with information on runaway slaves in August (Various). The original file covers the dates August-September 1848. EAP060/1/2/174: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor on the accord by the Junta de Fomento to publish listings of runaway slaves. The original file is dated August 1848.
EAP060/1/2/175: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of two runaway slaves. The original file is dated August 1848. EAP060/1/2/176: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor in Alacranes on the remittance of runaway slaves to the slave deposit of the Junta de Fomento. The original file is dated August 1848.
EAP060/1/2/177: Communications with information on runaway slaves in September (Various). The original file covers the dates September-October 1848. EAP060/1/2/178: Communications on the search of runaway slaves in the mountains of El Pan, Canimar and Yumuri. The original file is dated September 1848.
EAP060/1/2/179: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor on the delivery of runaway slaves. The original file is dated October 1848. EAP060/1/2/180: Communications with information on runaway slaves in October (Various). The original file covers the dates October-November 1848.
EAP060/1/2/181: Communications with information on runaway slaves in November (Various). The original file covers the dates November-December 1848. EAP060/1/2/182: Communications with information on runaway slaves in December (Various). The original file is dated December 1848.
EAP060/1/2/183: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor in Alacranes on the capture of the slave Filomeno. The original file is dated December 1848. EAP060/1/2/184: Communications with information on runaway slaves in January (Various). The original file covers the dates January-February 1849.
EAP060/1/2/185: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on patrols against runaway slaves at different locations. The original file is dated January 1849. EAP060/1/2/186: Communications with information on runaway slaves in February (Various). The original file covers the dates February-March 1849.
EAP060/1/2/187: Communications on the delivery of a runaway slave that was not paid due to lack of cash. The original file covers the dates February-March 1849. EAP060/1/2/188: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the payments made to a slave for having captured a runaway slave. The original file is dated March 1849.
EAP060/1/2/189: Communications to Matanzas’s governor regarding administrative issues at the slave deposit. The original file is dated March 1849. EAP060/1/2/190: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the delivery of a female slave to her owner. The original file is dated May 1849.
EAP060/1/2/191: Communications with information on runaway slaves in May (Various). The original file covers the dates May-June 1849. EAP060/1/2/192: Communications with information on runaway slaves in June (Various). The original file covers the dates June-July 1849.
EAP060/1/2/193: File on the case made by D. Joaquin Oliva asking about the reimbursement of money paid for the detention of his runaway slave. The original file covers the dates June-December 1850. EAP060/1/2/194: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the escape of 5 slaves from different estates. The original file is dated June 1849.
EAP060/1/2/195: Communications with information on runaway slaves in July (Various). The original file covers the dates July-August 1849. EAP060/1/2/196: Communications with information on runaway slaves in August (Various). The original file covers the dates August-September 1849.
EAP060/1/2/197: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the escape of several slaves from different estates. The original file is dated August 1849. EAP060/1/2/198: Communications with information on runaway slaves in September (Various). The original file covers the dates September-October 1849.
EAP060/1/2/199: Communications with information on runaway slaves in October (Various). The original file covers the dates October-November 1849. EAP060/1/2/200: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor in Alacranes on the escape of slave Dionisio Criollo from the slave deposit. The original file is dated December 1849.
EAP060/1/2/201: Communications with information on runaway slaves in December (Various). The original file covers the dates December 1849-February 1850. EAP060/1/2/202: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on the runaway slave Elias, who is still at large. The original file is dated December 1849.
EAP060/1/3/1: File on runaway slaves in Limonar. The original file covers the dates June 1825-March 1842. EAP060/1/3/2: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on slaves who were implicated in a murder, 8 were captured. The original file is dated July 1825.
EAP060/1/3/3: Communication on the capture of slave Jose. The original file is dated July 1825. EAP060/1/3/4: Communication to the Governor of Matanzas on a slave revolt in a plantation named Cayajabo. The original file is dated March 1826.
EAP060/1/3/5: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on the capture and punishment of the slaves that revolted at the Cafetal Santa Teresa. The original file is dated April 1826. EAP060/1/3/6: Printed document on the failed slave revolt in Guamacaro. The original document is dated July 1830.
EAP060/1/3/7: Communications to the Governor of Matanzas on measures to avoid the landing of slaves arriving from Jamaica. The original file is dated August 1831. EAP060/1/3/8: Communication on a slave revolt at the state of Caunabaco. The original file is dated July 1832.
EAP060/1/3/9: Communication to Matanzas’ Governor on a runaway slave who participated in a slave revolt in Aguacate. The original file is dated June 1835. EAP060/1/3/10: Communication on the real order that punishes anyone who propagates slaves’ emancipation. The original file is dated July 1837.
EAP060/1/3/11: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the dissolution of a police battalion that failed to prevent slave revolts. The original file is dated July 1837. EAP060/1/3/12: Communication on a patrol sent to Lomas del Espinal, to capture runaway slaves. The original file is dated January 1832.
EAP060/1/3/13: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on a runaway slave settlement in El Espinal. The original file is dated July 1832. EAP060/1/3/14: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of runaway slaves in El Espinal. The original file is dated July 1832.
EAP060/1/3/15: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on expedition to capture runaway slaves in El Espinal. The original file is dated July 1832. EAP060/1/3/16: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the rescue by runaway slaves of a fellow slave. The original file is dated February 1832.
EAP060/1/3/17: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the revolt of runaway slaves at the sugar mill Magdalena. The original file is dated July 1835. EAP060/1/3/18: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the discovery of the dead body of a runaway slave. The original file is dated June 1835.
EAP060/1/3/19: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on situation at the sugar mill Magadalena. The original file is dated June 1835. EAP060/1/3/20: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on closure of the judicial summary of the slaves that revolted in the sugar mill Magadalena. The original file is dated June 1835.
EAP060/1/3/21: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on a slave suspected of being one of those that revolted in Aguacate. The original file is dated June 1835. EAP060/1/3/22: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on declaration of witnesses of the revolt at Magdalena, and the transference of one of the wounded slaves, Domingo Lucumi. The original file is dated July 1835.
EAP060/1/3/23: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the inspection of several estates in Limonar where slaves were uneasy. The original file is dated May 1836. EAP060/1/3/24: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the false alarm of a slave’s revolt at the sugar mill San Lorenzo. The original file is dated August 1837.
EAP060/1/3/25: Communications to Matanzas’ governor on the surveillance of any foreign subject in Matanzas to avoid slave revolts. The original file is dated November 1837. EAP060/1/3/26: Communication to Matanzas’ governor on a slave revolt in Cayajabo. The original file is dated December 1837.
EAP060/1/3/27: Communication on an order from the Captain General to inform the governor of any slave revolt. The original file is dated April 1839. EAP060/1/3/28: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the transport of a slave who is suspected of being one of those that revolted at the sugar mill of Juan Garcia. The original file is dated July 1839.
EAP060/1/3/29: Communications on the prohibition to black persons to carry weapons. The original file is dated April 1840. EAP060/1/3/30: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on creation of a steamer line. The original file is dated March 1842.
EAP060/1/3/31: Draft of communication to the Captain of Sabanillas on the situation of the slaves at the estate of D. Santa Cruz de Oviedo. The original file is dated August 1842. EAP060/1/3/32: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the measures taken by the captain of Guamacaro to pursue the runaway slave group under the command of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated March 1843.
EAP060/1/3/33: Communications on the patrol sent to pursue the runaway slave group under the command of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated August 1843. EAP060/1/3/34: Draft of communication of the captain of Guanabana on the arrival of a gang of runaway slaves at a place named La Columna. The original file is dated August 1843.
EAP060/1/3/35: Communication to Matanzas’s on the results of the patrol sent to pursue the runaway slave group under the command of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated August 1843. EAP060/1/3/36: Draft of communication on patrol sent to sugar estate Saratoga to pursue the runaway slave group under the command of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated August 1843.
EAP060/1/3/37: Communication on the capture of runaway slave Micaela Conga. The original file covers the dates August-September 1843. EAP060/1/3/38: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the measures taken by the Captain in Guamacaro. The original file is dated October 1843.
EAP060/1/3/39: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of slave Pablo, who was part of the group of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated October 1843. EAP060/1/3/40: Communications to Matanzas’s governor on the actions of a gang of runaway slaves. The original file is dated November 1843.
EAP060/1/3/41: Draft of communication to the army commander in Guamacaro on the measures to exterminate the gang of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated November 1843. EAP060/1/3/42: Communication to Matanzas’s governor on the capture of a runaway slave who was part of the group of Jose Dolores. The original file is dated January 1844.
EAP060/1/3/43: Letter to Fulgencio Salas. The original file is dated March 1843. EAP060/1/3/44: Communications on the summary of Nicasio Fabra and Maria de Regla. The original file covers the dates April-December 1843.
EAP060/1/3/45: Communications on expenses related to the execution of black Eugenio Cabreses. The original file is dated July 1843. EAP060/1/3/46: Communication to Matanzas’s governor with the captain of San Ana. The original file is dated November 1843.
EAP060/1/3/47: Measures taken by O’Donnell to prohibit cockfighting among slaves. The original file covers the dates February-June 1844. EAP060/1/3/48: Communications to the Lieutenant Governor of Alacranes on the escape of Lucas Ganga. The original file is dated January 1848.
EAP060/1/4/1: Félix Congo or Felipe Reyes file. The original file covers the dates May 1879-January 1880. EAP060/1/4/2: File with information on a black woman, Maria Antonia. The original file is dated August 1883.
EAP060/1/4/3: Official letters regarding the cases of slaves José de León, Teresa, Isabel Luisa, Cristina, y Marcelina. The original file is dated April 1880. EAP060/1/4/4: Report on a slave caught near the Licerita’s sugar mill by guards under the command of Bolondrón’s chief of police. The original file is dated May 1880.
EAP060/1/4/5: Letter asking to include black Creole Rosa on the census. The original file is dated July 1884. EAP060/1/4/6: File on black Facundo Hernández. The original file is dated April 1880.
EAP060/1/4/7: Images on the case of black Venancio, who is a runaway from Esperanza sugar mill at Unión de Reyes. The original file is dated June 1882. EAP060/1/4/8: File on inquiries made by Don Paulino Martinez regarding his slave Carmen Hernández, detained at the slave depot. The original file is dated March 1880.
EAP060/1/4/9: Act on the detention of Mariano Criollo in the local jail. The original file is dated April 1880. EAP060/1/4/10: File on black Gregorio Ortega. The original file is dated May 1884.
EAP060/1/4/11: File on the death of Josefa Criolla. The original file is dated February 1880. EAP060/1/4/12: File on the death of Manuela Conga. The original file is dated March 1880.
EAP060/1/4/13: File on Ramona Valenzuela. The original file covers the dates January-March 1880. EAP060/1/4/14: File on the detention of slaves Ramon and Elias. The original file is dated March 1880.
EAP060/1/4/15: File on Florencio, who attacked another slave. The original file is dated May 1880. EAP060/1/4/16: File on Donato Heredia. The original file is dated March 1880.
EAP060/1/4/17: File on slave Ines. The original file is dated February 1880. EAP060/1/4/18: File on slave Rosario. The original file is dated December 1883.
EAP060/1/4/19: File on the killing of Esperanza. The original file is dated March 1878. EAP060/1/4/20: Listing of runaway slaves Matanzas. The original file is dated August 1881.
EAP060/1/4/21: File on slave Luisa Ganga. The original file is dated January 1880. EAP060/1/4/22: File on Andres Criollo. The original file is dated September 1880.
EAP060/1/4/23: File on Juan Bautista Congo and Justo Macua. The original file covers the dates December 1879-October 1880. EAP060/1/4/24: File on Leonardo Criollo. The original file covers the dates January-March 1880.
EAP060/1/4/25: File on slave Jose. The original file is dated February 1880. EAP060/1/4/26: File on Sensurio Criollo. The original file is dated September 1882.
EAP060/1/4/27: Listings of runaway slaves Matanzas. The original file covers the dates June-September 1881. EAP060/1/4/28: File on Victoriano. The original file is dated August 1882.
EAP060/1/4/29: Listings of runaway slaves Matanzas. The original file covers the dates November-December 1880 and August 1881. EAP060/1/4/30: File on Pardo Nicolas. The original file covers the dates February-April 1877.
EAP060/1/4/31: File on Eduviges Criollo and Eustaquio Criollo. The original file is dated February 1876. EAP060/1/4/32: File on Jose de la Cruz Morales. The original file covers the dates December 1879-January 1880.
EAP060/1/4/33: File on slave Eduardo Icazas. The original file is dated July 1877. EAP060/1/4/34: File on Enrique Criollo. The original file covers the dates June-July 1874.
EAP060/1/4/35: File on Manuel Congo. The original file covers the dates April-May 1870. EAP060/1/4/36: File on runaway slaves belonging to Manuel Gonzalez. The original file is dated June 1876.
EAP060/1/4/37: File on Agustin Olivero and Cecilio Garrido. The original file is dated June 1876. EAP060/1/4/38: File on Francisco Aguilar. The original file is dated January 1876.
EAP060/1/4/39: File on Francisco Hernandez. The original file covers the dates August-September 1876. EAP060/1/4/40: File on slave Juan. The original file is dated August 1876.
EAP060/1/4/41: File on Morena Serafina. The original file is dated November 1870. EAP060/1/4/42: File on Francisco Maria. The original file covers the dates March-April 1876.
EAP060/1/4/43: Document on Rita Criolla. The original file is dated February 1878. EAP060/1/4/44: File on Juan Urbano. The original file is dated July 1847.
EAP060/1/4/45: File on Pedro Celestino. The original file is dated July 1879. EAP060/1/4/46: Document on Luis Criollo. The original file is dated January 1875.
EAP060/1/4/47: File on Ceferino Criollo. The original file is dated January 1878. EAP060/1/4/48: File on Modesto Gaston. The original file is dated June 1878.
EAP060/1/4/49: File on Jose Patricio. The original file is dated July 1878. EAP060/1/4/50: File on Manuel Macua. The original file is dated April 1878.
EAP060/1/4/51: File on Luis Criollo. The original file is dated July 1878. EAP060/1/4/52: File on runaway slaves Julian and Clotilde. The original file is dated July 1878.
EAP060/1/4/53: Document on mulato Ambrosio. The original file is dated May 1878. EAP060/1/4/54: Document on Severo Criollo. The original file is dated June 1878.
EAP060/1/4/55: File on Ines Criolla. The original file is dated May 1878. EAP060/1/4/56: File on Antonio Francisco and Antonio Caraballo. The original file covers the dates January-March 1878.
EAP060/1/4/57: Document on Nicanor and Lucrecia. The original file is dated August 1878. EAP060/1/4/58: File on slave Petrona. The original file is dated October 1879.
EAP060/1/4/59: File on slave Felix. The original file is dated December 1874. EAP060/1/4/60: File on Timoteo and Salvador. The original file covers the dates April-May 1878.
EAP060/1/4/61: File on Caridad Guillona. The original file is dated December 1879. EAP060/1/4/62: File on Hilario Rubi (Carabali). The original file is dated December 1875.
EAP060/1/4/63: File on slave Claudia. The original file is dated November 1876. EAP060/1/4/64: File on Miguel Cabrera. The original file covers the dates October-November 1879.
EAP060/1/4/65: File on Nicasio Criollo. The original file is dated December 1879. EAP060/1/4/66: File on slave Bartolome. The original file is dated July 1879.
EAP060/1/4/67: File on Maria Eustaquia. The original file is dated January 1874. EAP060/1/4/68: File on slave Zacarias. The original file is dated August 1872.
EAP060/1/4/69: File on Jose de la Merced. The original file is dated April 1870. EAP060/1/4/70: Document on slave Paloma. The original file is dated April 1870.
EAP060/1/4/71: File on Agapito Aldecoa. The original file covers the dates June-July 1878. EAP060/1/4/72: File on Ricardo del Sol. The original file is dated June 1878.
EAP060/1/4/73: Document on Antonio Labane. The original file is dated February 1878. EAP060/1/4/74: Document on Jose Manuel Congo and Felix Criollo. The original file is dated February 1878.
EAP060/1/4/75: File on Crispin Criollo. The original file is dated April 1878. EAP060/1/4/76: File on slaves belonging to Lopez de Villavicencio. The original file covers the dates February-March 1878.
EAP060/1/4/77: Communications on slaves belonging to Jose Gomez. The original file is dated November 1872. EAP060/1/4/78: File on slaves Juan, Pablo and Cristobal. The original file is dated April 1876.
EAP060/1/4/79: Document on Domingo Criollo. The original file is dated October 1878. EAP060/1/4/80: Report on runaway slaves. The original file is dated October 1879.
EAP060/1/4/81: File on Juan Maria Rodirguez. The original file is dated July 1879. EAP060/1/4/82: File on runaways who are owned by Rafael Torizes. The original file is dated September 1879.
EAP060/1/4/83: File with information on runaways and rules to follow with them. The original file is dated June 1878. EAP060/1/4/84: File with runaway slaves’ cases. The original file covers the dates March-December 1871.
EAP060/1/4/85: File on slave Joaquin. The original file is dated September 1879. EAP060/1/4/86: File on Bruno Recio. The original file covers the dates August-September 1879.
EAP060/1/4/87: File on Jose Rouly. The original file is dated September 1879. EAP060/1/4/88: Document on Brigida Carabali. The original file is dated May 1875.
EAP060/1/4/89: File on slave Juan Criollo. The original file is dated April 1878. EAP060/1/4/90: File on slaves that supposedly were runaways. The original file is dated February 1870.
EAP060/1/4/91: File on slave Pablo Bonet. The original file is dated January 1879. EAP060/1/4/92: File on slave Canuto Villena. The original file covers the dates August-September 1879.
EAP060/1/4/93: File on slave Domingo Criollo (Congo). The original file is dated March 1879. EAP060/1/4/94: File on slave Evaristo Criollo. The original file is dated January 1878.
EAP060/1/4/95: File on slave Cayetano Criollo. The original file is dated September 1878. EAP060/1/4/96: File on slave Andres Criollo. The original file is dated March 1878.
EAP060/2/1/1: Libro de Bautismos de Pardos y Morenos 7 EAP060/2/1/1: Libro de Bautismos de Pardos y Morenos 7
EAP060/2/1/2: Libro de Bautismos de Pardos y Morenos 8 EAP060/2/1/2: Libro de Bautismos de Pardos y Morenos 8
EAP060/2/2/1: Libro Matrimonios de Pardos y Morenos 3 EAP060/2/2/1: Libro Matrimonios de Pardos y Morenos 3
EAP060/2/2/2: Libro Matrimonios de Pardos y Morenos 4 EAP060/2/2/2: Libro Matrimonios de Pardos y Morenos 4
EAP060/2/3/1: Libro Co. donde se acientans las Partidas de Entierros de Pardos y Morenos 6 EAP060/2/3/1: Libro Co. donde se acientans las Partidas de Entierros de Pardos y Morenos 6
EAP060/2/3/2: Libro de Entierros de Pardos y Morenos 13 EAP060/2/3/2: Libro de Entierros de Pardos y Morenos 13