Santa Rita (1816)

Voyage Overview

The Spanish schooner, Santa Rita, left Havana in 1815 and purchased 423 enslaved people at Little Popo (no date recorded). The captain, Francisco Casalins, sailed the vessel back toward Cuba as intended, reaching Havana on 28 April 1816. Only 371 people survived the Middle Passage. For more information, see Map of 1816.

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As Referenced in Voyages

Archivo Nacional de Cuba, ANC, Junta de Fomento, 86/3506.

University of Wisconsin Library (Madison, Wisconsin, USA) Klein, Havana data-set, 1790-1820.