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SS Golden Age

Arrive San Francsico

October 14, 1856
Captain James T. Watkins
From Panama

Passage

13 days from Panama. Left Panama on October 1 at 11 p.m. Passed the ship Sonora at 9 p.m. on October 2, 264 miles from Panama. Arrived at Acapulco, Mexico, on October 7 at 8 a.m., and left there at 1 p.m. Arrived off the heads of San Francisco at 7 a.m. on October 14. During the passage, had little or no sickness on board and no deaths.

Cargo

U.S. Mail, 703 packages unidentified merchandise, 1 box gold coin.

Passengers

Anthony, P. B. and lady
Baxter, J. P.
Bean, Mrs. A. K. and child
Bentley, Mrs. M. and child
Betts, Dr.
Birmbaum, Miss J.
Blais, L. B.
Blum, L.
Boase, Miss H.
Bonner, E.M.
Boyden, C. S.
Bragg, G. F.
Buckingham, A. A. and lady
Burleson, R. B., lady and child
Burns, Mrs. and child
Cannery, H.F.
Chips, M.
Chittenden, Judge
Cockran, G.H.
Coleman, Mrs. J.F.
Concklin, S.B.
Confield, Mrs. R.J. and child
Davis, F.C. and son
Derrickson, Mrs. B.N., daughter and child
Dorsey, J.W.
Drew, Mrs. and child
Eckard, 
Edwards, Miss and sister
Edwords, W.P. and two children
Euchman, C.C. and child
Ferguson, Mrs. John
Ferrell, P.B.
Flint, E.
Forbes, P. and lady
Forsyth, R.H.
Franklin, J.R. and lady
Frasier, Lt. J.W.
Frazier, Lieut. 
Furman, A.
Galbraith, R.
Garter, G. and sister
Gibbs, Mrs. H., two children and servant
Gilham, J.M. and boy
Goodwin, Miss C.
Grady, J.
Graham, G.
Graham, J.
Gume, Mrs. and four children
Hager, Judge
Harris, D. and lady
Harrison, Miss L.A.
Hartley, Dr., Mrs. and infant
Henderson, Capt. and lady
Hookman, M.
Householder, J.
Hyatt, A.A.
Jacobs, Miss D. and sister
James, Mrs. M.L.
Johnson, Hon. R.P.
Josephi, J.S.
Kirchener, C.H.
Kopp, C.G.
Lancy, J.O.
Lane, J.C.
Laughlin, Miss M. 
Laughlin, Miss M.
Leonard, S.C.
Letanneur, Mr.
Lewis, S.S. and lady
Libby, Miss A.A.
Limantour, Mr. and servant
Lindenberger, T.E.
Lord, J.A.
Lunt, J. P.
Lyman, R. F.
Mandsdel, F. and sister
Maxter, Mrs. and daughter
McKee, F., lady and infant
Meden, Count and servant
Mendheim, M.
Miner, Mrs. and child
Montgomery, Mrs. L.E. and two children
Morgan, Mrs. A. and child
Morrill, P.
Murphy, Mrs. M.
Newell, D.K.
Nolan, Mrs. A. and two children
Norton, Mrs.
Noyes, E.S.
Nugent, J.
Nully, Mrs. M.A. and infant
Olmstead, T.C.D.
Overton, Dr., Mrs. and three children
Painter, J.M.
Pape, Mrs., five children and servant
Parker, Mrs. E. and two children
Partleberoyo, M.
Pearl, G. and lady
Phelps, Mrs. H.M.
Potter, Mrs. J.
Princley, Mrs. and mother
Province, Miss E.
Raymond, W.P.
Richners, 
Russell, Mrs. M.P.
Sands, Mrs. and two children
Schmidt, C. and servant
Silverstein, Miss J.
Smith, D. and lady
Smith, J.W. and boy
Smith, S.
Solomon, Major and lady
Stiles, A.G.
Stover, Mrs. C. B. and two children
Swarts, T. E.
Swasey, C. S.
Temple, B. A.
Temple, H. M.
Tenny, Rev. Mr. and lady
Tesahmaker, H.F.
Vollune, Dr. E.P., lady and servant
Weller, E.
Williams, Mr.
Winkley, J.F.
Witmore, Mrs. J. H. and three children
Woodman, E.E.
40 unidentified in second cabin
428 unidentified in steerage


History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American LifeHistory of Immigration in America.
Roger Daniels
Coming to America. 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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