Chinese Bondage in Peru: A History of the Chinese Coolie in Peru, 1849-1874

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INDEX
Africa, 55; slave trade of, 14, 76, 117
AFú, 219
Agricultores, quoted, 222
Ah Chong, 216
Alán, 127
Albert(ship), mutiny on, 18
Alcock, Consul, 33 n.
Althaus, Emilio, 152
Alzamora, Guellermo, 216
Amazon River, 58 n.
Amazonas, 131
America, 55, 64, 104
América (ship), 58-59, 87-89
Amoy, 17-18, 32
Aramburú, Nicanor, 166
Araya (hacienda), 121
Arbrecht (hacienda), 86
Areuipa, 87-88
Arguay (hacienda), 121
Arica, 25
Armero, Tanco, 152
Arona, Juan de (psued.) 7, 8 n., 1073, 114; quated, 9, 90-91
Arriata, Sr., 122, 219
Arthur, Captain, 157
Australia, 16
Austria, 163
Avery, Benjamin P., 200, 202-203; quoted, 199

B
Ballesteros, Sr., 121
Balta José, 30, 120, 132, 160
Barira, Sr., 219
barracoons, 46; description of, 40
Barranca, 121-122
Benavides, Julio, 166
Brazil, 16; abolition of slavery in, 51, 138
British Empire, 193
British Steam Navigation Co., 130
Browne, J. Ross, 47 n., 129, 139- 140, 177
Burlingame, Anson, 140
Burlingame Treaty, 163, 195-197
Byrne, J. C., 28

C
Cabrera, Felipe Santiago de, 127
Cajatambo, 88
California, 16, 64, 124, 130, 164, 189, 213, 215; Chinese immigration to, 215; condition of Chinese in, 214, 217
Callao, 18, 28, 33, 34, 38, 48, 56- 58, 61, 65, 68, 77, 79-82, 85, 87- 89, 124, 130, 135, 145, 148, 164, 171, 211, 212, 214, 217
Callao and Lima Gazette, 7 n., 50, 111, 114; quoted, 5, 7, 48
Callao Province, 63, 78, 134
Calle Capón ( Lima), 3, 222, 226; described, 227
Camaná, 88
Camilo Cavour (ship), 58, 87, 89
Campbell, J. M., 120 n.
Canard, H., 121
Candamo and Co., 80, 83
Cañete, 107; coolies at, 20, 86, 88
Canevaro, Francisco, 219
Canevaro and Co., 66-67, 83
Canton, 15, 17, 30, 38, 48-49, 142, 212
Canton Province, 39

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