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Title Common Sense Applied to the Immigrant Question: Showing Why the "California Immigrant Union" was Founded and What it Expects to Do
Author Hopkins, Caspar Thomas (1826-1893)
Date 1869
Document Type Printed Book; Report
Publisher Information Turnbull and Smith, San Francisco
Reference 325.H77
Library / Archive California Historical Society
Description Discusses the origins of the ''California Immigrant Union'', in addition to what it plans to do. The document aims to portray the needs of the union, and explore the actions of other States.
Theme(s) Responses to Immigration
Places California, United States
People Freemont, General John C; Parsons, Hon Levi; Forbes, Paul Ward, S; Cutting, Henry H; Jerome, Robert L; Ward, Leonard W; Robinson, Charles H; Gould, J P; Garrison, Charles; Fox, Daniel R; Billings, E W; Robinson, Frederick
Keywords transportation, railroad, industry, agriculture, natural resources
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the California Historical Society catalogue.
Language English
Copyright California Historical Society