On Immigrants and Castle Garden

This article was clipped from the Cincinnati Enquirer for June 10, 1856. It discusses the conditions of immigrants upon arrival and the various things that could befall an unsuspecting person – “…the poor immigrant with his strong arms and hard dollars, after landing is next thrown to the tender mercies of the merciless land-sharks and land-sharpers of every description.”

On immigrants and Castle Garden

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