The Maritime Heritage Project

Ship Passengers, San Francisco: 1846-1890

World Harbors and International Migration from The Maritime Heritage Project.

The Maritime Heritage Project.

Under Serious Reconstruction.
Due to new WWW and Google formatting guidelines, 18 years worth of coding on more than 2,500 entries is being updated, Also, lists of gold seekers, opportunists and immigrants sailing into San Francisco during the 1800s are going on a new site -- Ship Passengers. This may take awhile. Please stopover from time to time. Thank you.

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Coming to America.
Coming to America:
A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life
First Immigrants to America.
Roger Daniels

International Harbors and Seaports of the World




Seaports

The Maritime Heritage Project focuses on history of immigration, ships, captains, merchants and merchandise sailing into and out of world seaports during the mid-to-late 1800s.

Passenger lists on the site are into and out of San Francisco specifically as that is our home base.

Onthaal aan het Maritieme Project van de Erfenis

Bienvenue au projet maritime d h ritage

Willkommen zum Seeerbe-Projekt

Benvenuto al progetto marittimo di eredit

Boa vinda ao projeto mariimo da herana

Recepcion al proyecto maritimo de la herencia

Marine art of Geoff Hunt.
Books About World Seaports
Marine Art.

World Map 1600s.

Orbis Terrarum - Europa Asia
Petrus Plancius

Petrus Plancius (1552 - May 15, 1622) was a Flemish astronomer, cartographer and clergyman. He was born as Pieter Platevoet in Dranouter, now in Heuvelland, West Flanders. He studied theology in Germany and England. At the age of 24 he became a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church. Because of religious prosecution by the Inquisition, he travelled to Amsterdam in 1585. There he became interested in navigation and cartography and was soon recognized as an expert on shipping routes to India. In 1592 he published his best known world map titled "Nova et exacta Terrarum Tabula geographica et hydrographica." Apart from maps, he published journals and navigational guides and developed a new method for determining longitude. He was one of the founders of the Dutch East India Company.