Journal of a voyage from Boston to San Francisco in 1849

by Carroll D. Hall in Redwood City, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 37 Downloads: 254
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  • Voyages to the Pacific coast.

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Carroll D. Hall.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF865 .H17
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p.l., 37, [2] p.
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6322933M
LC Control Number35014009
OCLC/WorldCa6340876

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mail steam ship California commanded by. Rivers linked the gold-mining regions with San Francisco and were vital to mining operations. Steamboats were shipped around Cape Horn in and to work the inland waterways. The Senator, seen in this view of booming Sacramento, came from Boston and made an amazing $, carrying supplies and people in its first year in California.

Louis J. Rasmussen's "San Francisco Passenger Lists," Vols. 1, 2, and 4, and "California Wagon Train Lists," Vol. Rasmussen's books cover, roughly, for ship lists and April 5,through Octofor wagon train lists. Journal accounts of the: barque Selman, bound from New York for San Francisco in and the: brig Colorado, bound from Boston around Cape Horn to Valparaiso, and the: ship Crescent, bound from Salem, Mass.

to San Francisco, Mentions and lists, of passenger names. Journal: Covering his voyage to San Francisco, his life in the mines and his return trip across Panama. Aug to November 8, Isaac Baker's journal provides an interesting glimpse into the life of one of the forty-niners, complete with sketches to illustrate the text.

California gold rush voyages, three original narratives / Edited by John E. Pomfret; Journal of a voyage from Boston, Mass.

to San Francisco, California in the brig North Bend, Capt. Higgins; Stone, John N. Brief notes of a Cape Horn voyage in ; ship: 3m) from December to August In the author's hand, the title of this journal is Alexander McFarlan's Book: Boston, February 25th, A page later, after the initial entry regarding boarding the ship at Machiasport, Maine, an additional title reads: A journal of Alexander McFarlan's life during a voyage to California.

Also includes a journal of Lyman P. Wason, kept while sailing around Cape Horn, Chile, to San Francisco in and while mining for gold in at the Georgetown mining camp in El Dorado County, Calif., These are in the hands of various far-flung relatives and include an account of Spencer's voyage from Boston to California's gold fields in What seems like a straightforward job for Fallon is, of course, anything but.

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Jo, The Huntington Library has in its John B Goodman Collection the book "California Gold Rush Fleet Encyclopedia of Vessels Sailing from the East Coast of the United States and Canada for San Francisco, December 7, Decem ", which contains Individual histories of ships, including the the end of the description of the voyage .Journal of a Voyage to San Francisco" in the Missouri Review, recounts in some detail the voyage of the "Duxbery" on which John Fraser sailed.

"On February 9,twenty three-year-old William H. DeCosta and ninety-five other passengers, all lured by the hope of fortune and adventure, boarded the ship Duxbury of Boston, bound for the promised.Record passage to San Francisco "The only clipper ship to make the voyage to San Francisco prior to was the Memnon, under Captain George Gordon, which arrived there J after a record passage of one hundred and twenty days from New York.".

Cutler lists this passage as days, leaving New York Ap under Capt. J.R. Gordon, and arriving in San Francisco on Aug