Passengers, Seaports, Captains
Arrive San Francisco
October 29, 1859
Captain James H. Blethen
October 31, 1859, Sacramento Daily Union
The opposition steamer Orizaba arrived last night at 12 o'clock, bringing the Atlantic mail, but no later news.
BY THE STATE TELEGRAPH LINE.
Arrival of the Orizaba
The New York and California Steamship Co.'s steamer Orizaba left San Francisco Sept. 20th; 28th, at 2 p.m. arrived at Acapulco, and took on board supplies, and sailed at 10 p.m.; Oct. 4th, at 5 a.m., arrived at Panama. Passengers and baggage crossed the Isthmus, and went to sea from Aspinwall at 4 p.m. in steamship North Star.
Oct. 14th, at 5 p. m., left Panama with 601 passengers, 310 packages express freight, and 268 bags of United States mail, from New York Oct. 5th, per steamer Northern Light; Oct. 15th, encountered a severe gale of wind and rain, which lasted for five days; Oct 21st, at 2 p.m., arrived at Acapulco, received on board supplies, and left at 10 p.m. Oct. 23th, at 11 p. m., passed Point Conception 3 miles distant, but saw no light; Oct. 29th, at 10 p.m. arrived off the Heads.
Passengers by the S. S. Orizaba. Arrive October 29, 1859
Sacramento Daily Union, October 31, 1859
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.
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Drawing on examples from a wide range of geographical regions and thematic areas, noted world historian Patrick Manning guides the reader through:
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