Monthly Archives: December 2012

July 20th, 1881 Continuation

(Sally here: I’M BACK. As with all of us the holidays have kept me very busy. I just got back from a trip to Leavenworth Washington. I’ve been taking my 4 children, spouses and now my grandbaby there for years … Continue reading

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July 20th, 1881 Continuation

..We called first at our office where we were received very kindly. When papa had finished his business, Captain Livingstone took us for a walk to the Alameda. This is a public promenade to be found in every Spanish town … Continue reading

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July 20th, 1881 Continuation

“….The bay is a fine sight and full of coal hulks and steamers that call here to get fuel. We went along side of the hulk Shamrock belonging to the Anchor Line and made the ship fast to her. Captain … Continue reading

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