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Introduction

  • Niels Eichhorn
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Abstract

On April 30, 1849, the Hamburg native, Georg Laué Julius Bendixen, sailed through the Golden Gate into San Francisco. Unlike many of the passengers and crew, who quickly disembarked for the goldfields in the interior, Bendixen came to San Francisco to work for Cross, Hobson, and Company, a merchant firm.

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  • Niels Eichhorn
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  1. 1.Middle Georgia State UniversityMaconUSA

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