|Title||The 1875 and 1885 Immigration from Bohemia of Barbora Busek (Scheinost) and the Vaclov Zoubek Family|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|City||Santa Clara, CA|
|Call Number||FH Zoubek|
|Keywords||Atlantic crossing| Bohemia| Busek Barbora (Scheinost)| Family History| Genealogy| Zoubek Vaclov|
"According to a family story which appeared in Barbora (Busek) Scheinost's obituary, she emigrated from Bohemia to America when she was age 21, landing in New York, where she worked two [or three] years before moving to Wilber, Nebraska." There she married Frank Scheinost on 2 November 1878." ---- Contents: Section A -- Immigration Introductory Information (The Port of Hamburg; Mealtime in Steerage; Development of the Immigration Business; Cholera, Smallpox, Typhus; by Hook or by Crook; Two Shipping Companies -- Hamburg-American Line and Norddeutscher Lloyd; Pictures of Bremen and Hamburg Ports; Emigration from Germany; Pictures associated with immigration; Typical Atlantic Voyage; "A Day in Castle Garden"; "Working Women in New York in 1880"). Section B -- Barbora Busek's 1875 Voyage from Bremerhaven, Germany, to Port of New York Aboard the S. S. Salier (Picture of the Salier at Bremerhaven Pier; "Only One Passenger List"; Barbora's Voyage; illustration of steamship routes; North German Lloyd; Description of Passengers Aboard the S. S. Salier; Sister ships Salier and Habsburg; Pictures; Passengers from Bohemia and Austria aboard the S. S. Salier; Transcribed and Original S. S. Salier Passenger List). Section C -- The 1885 Voyage of the Vaclav Zoubek Family from Hamburg, Germany, to the Port of New York Aboard the S. S. India (The Carr Line; "Two Ships, Two Passenger Lists"; The Zoubek's Trip in 1885; India Pictures; Pictures of New York Harbor; Steamship Europa; Original India Passenger List - Hamburg; Portions of Hamburg Passenger List; Finding New York Passenger List with Zoubek Family; Original New York Passenger List; Portions of Transcribed New York Passenger List; Composite Totals from the Two Passenger Lists; Summary of the Two Passenger Lists; Cross Reference of Passenger Lists). Section D --Miscellaneous Information (Types of Sailing Vessels; Some Definitions; The Klessig Family in America; "Another Immigrant Comes to America"; Lutz Voyage of 1853; "Entering New York Harbor and Moving West"; "Emigrants to America Please Take Notice"; "Castle Garden"; Acknowledgements; Wahoo [Nebraska] Depot and Town).
Notes: Donated by Phyllis M. Bunnelle. See also FH Lutz.;