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Ship Passengers arriving in San Francisco: 1800s



Ship

Arrive San Francisco

September 26, 1851
SS Isthmus
Captain
From Panama

Passage

Daily Alta California, September 27, 1851

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMERS

Importations

Per Isthmus — 14 pkgs specie, 5 bales merchandise.

Consignees

Per Isthmus — Bolton, Barron & Co; Davis & Co.

Passengers

From Panama: Thos. Fove, Juan Bandera, Henry Ohrens, Fay, J. P. Robinson, Saml P. Weeks, A. Heisterberg, Edward Ryan, John Mair, J. P. Zane, A. Roberts.

From Mazatlan: Capt. Mott, lady and three children, Miss E. Mott, Miss Fanny Mott, G. H. Davis, J. Camps, A. Somellera, A. Stair, Senoras L. Morrerro, Ochoa, Senoritas Hellena, Tulita.

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Central America, Southern Mexico, c.1842
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Print of gold seekers transferring at the Panama Canal.
The passage across the Isthmus of Panama from Eastern Seaboard ships to West Coast Ships bound for San Francisco

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