3 edition of A trip to the United States in 1887 found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|2||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 14212|
|3||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 14212|
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Ewing political party unknown starting month and day unknown• Atlantic Crossings By 1870, more than 90 percent of immigrants to America arrived by steamship. Emigrant's guide published in London. Shows average farm labor wage in Missouri with and without board, during harvest time or at other times.
June 4 —19th from 1877 to 1881 born• Jump to section for on pages 66-67, on pages 64-65, on pages 54-61, and. M any immigrants sailed to America with the dream of working their own farm.
Sometimes there was a moment of excitement; the sighting of a whale or a distant iceberg — but time passed slowly. : until January 11starting January 11• American citizens entering the U. Shows wages for railway agents, baggagemen, boiler makers, blacksmiths, brakemen, carpenters, car oilers and inspectors, cashiers, clerks, civil engineers, coal heavers, conductors, dining car waiters and cooks, porters, depot police, railroad engineers for freight and passenger trains, firemen, dispatchers, foremen, mail carriers and many more.
Immigrants came in waves, many to find work in the United States, and others to escape upheavals in their own countries. Very occasionally there is an entry for "colored" workers.
Shows average wage for occupations listed alphabetically from H-O for each year and each place, whether it be an American state or foreign country. Shows wages by occupation as well. To complete job-required training necessary to maintain licensure or similar standards required for holding a position, in the event that comparable training cannot be obtained in California or a different state not subject to the travel prohibition.
Some entries indicate the wage was for children boys or girls or for women workers. Invoices are due upon receipt. The next decades up to World War 1 saw large migratiuons from Europe and massive growth in the US economy. The next decades up to World War 1 saw large migrations from Europe and massive growth in the US economy.
July 10 — The Grand Hotel opens in Mackinac, Michigan.
Source: Industrial Progress of the Nation by Edward Atkinson 1890 Each chapter in this U.
The embassy will not provide any travel letter, the airlines are familiar with the requirements.
For example the chapter on shows wages for each of these colored bellmen, cleaning women, store-room girls and elevator boys.