Passengers, Seaports, Captains
From San Francisco
October 19, 1864
SS Moses Taylor
Captain James H. Blethen
For San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
October 19, 1864, Daily Alta California
For the East -- The Central American Transit Company's Moses Taylor sails at one P.M. today for San Juan del Sur, with the following cabin passengers booked for New York:
October 20, 1864, Sacramento Daily Union
The following named persons took passage yesterday in the opposition steamer Moses Taylor for Nicaragua:
John Conness, Rev. James Barker and wife, J. G. Hamilton, wife and nine children; Ms. Moore, J. S. Parrott, George L. Hastings, wife and three children; J. McWiliiams and wife, R. Crawford, Mrs. M. W. Willis, W. L. Raht, Captain F. E. Gallagher, Captain J. A. Palmer, W. L. Leman, J. M. Fowler, J. L. Osborn, J. J. Townsend, wife and son; Thomas Nelson, J. W. Gibbs, A. L. Hillerman; C. Mennessler, James Stoddart, Peter Hill, A. R. Heald, J. Connor, wife and two children; G. W. Carpenter, W. Brand, J. L. Dork, wife and two children; Thomas Casey, G. A. Sitze, Michael McNamara, Sarah Mooney, James Hawkins, J. J. Smith R. Basey, A. C. Henry, J. Calhoun, Rev. J. Oswald, wife and three children; Sisters Traxede and Frederica, J. Vandeleno, Rev. John Malo, Henry Stampelman, J. Thompson, D. Gardner, J. M. White, J. Norlnger, John Whitehead, A. C. Mumler, T. A. Baker, wife and three children; Mrs. A. Peterson, Mrs. Roper, Mrs. S. J. Dolan and two Infants; W. M. Stewart. W. C. Brennan, M Booth, O. P. Wiggins; A. P. Chase, J. B. Ligier, J. O. Browning, Dr. Caldwell and daughter; Dr. Finch, wife and three children; L. Finch and wife, R. R. Finch; H Black, J. H. Freeman, Mrs. Chamberlain, M. Sperry wife and two children; Mrs. O. Tupper and daughter; Miss C. Mills, A. J. Davis; J. H. Scranton and wife; C. O. McQuestin and infant; D. B. Crist, Mrs. C. A. Ayer, W. B. Farrow, wife and infant; R. Reamer, F. Warner, H. Alexander, B. Fuller, Mary and Anna White; J. Smith, J. Genella; R. R. Kelly, wife and boy; C. Roth; H. C. Linek; C. H. Eaton, Mrs. C. Warwick, J. Donovan, wife and two sons; O. S. Gale and wife, E. Dunbar, George Bowen, F. Koops and wife, R. C. Smith; E. Richards, John Williams, Peter Dickey, B. S. Harrington; A. C. Justin, T. M. Robertson, E. G. Desisle; R. S. Young; J. E. Woodward and wife, J. McSmith; S. M. Hoyt, wife and child; William Keefer, A. Still, two sons and three children; A. Thompson, M. Severson and wife; S. Severson, wife and son; William Reynolds and wife, A. M. Davidson, E. Dill, T. W. Jones; A Wilay, D. Darllng; J. E. Wilay; P. G. Orton, B. S. Dinkleson; Miss E. Sullivan, Mrs. M. J. Greenstreet and two children; J. T. Patterson and daughter, J. M. H. Gills; Charles Fatleberg; M. D. Hays, S. W. Sherman; George Brewster, Charles Switzer, A. C. Eckson, Miss Folsom.
Coming to America: A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life
This revised edition is an engrossing study of various waves of immigrants to the United States from the colonial era to the present. This is a useful book for anyone who has an interest in learning brief histories of most groups of immigrants to the United States. It also provides a theoretical understanding of the reasons for immigration. Though it is particularly useful in its examination of the pre-colonial and colonial periods.
Migration in World History (Themes in World History)
Drawing on examples from a wide range of geographical regions and thematic areas, noted world historian Patrick Manning guides the reader through:
- Trade patterns, including the early Silk Road and maritime trade
- Effect of migration on empire and industry between 1700 and 1900
- The earliest human migrations
- Major language groups (illustrated with original maps)
- Examination of civilizations, farmers and pastoralists from 3000 BCE to 500 CE
- Various leading theories and debates surrounding the subject of migration.