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Shanghaied in San Francisco

by Bill Pickelhaupt

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Published by Flyblister Press in San Francisco, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • San Francisco (Calif.),
  • California,
  • San Francisco
    • Subjects:
    • Shanghaiing,
    • Sailors -- California -- San Francisco -- History -- 19th century,
    • San Francisco (Calif.) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementBill Pickelhaupt ; Judith Robinson, editor ; [foreword by Kevin Starr].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF869.S357 P53 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 250 p. :
      Number of Pages250
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1024950M
      ISBN 100964731223
      LC Control Number96096781
      OCLC/WorldCa35981806

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Shanghaied In San Francisco is also a portrait of an era when San Francisco was a wide-open town, and when sailors were treated as third-class citizens. Anyone interested in maritime history, San Francisco history, or in just a good read, will benefit from this book/5(7).

Shanghaiing existed in every major port around the world, but the term originated in San Francisco from the clipper tea trade with China. When the clipper era waned, shanghaiing of sailors increased, as the city's growth brought in more trade and more ships.

Bill Pickelhaupt details this colorful history with this absorbing, well-researched account/5(7). Shanghaied in San Francisco book in San Francisco book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Bill Pickelhaupt, in this reprint of a classic, tells th 4/5(3). When the senseless sailors awoke from a drugged state as a result of knockout potions slipped into drinks, they found themselves in the fo'c'sles of sailing ships bound for Shanghai, Liverpool and ports east.

This book follows the path of the crimps and politicians during their reign in. Shanghaied in San Francisco. [Bill Pickelhaupt] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bill Pickelhaupt.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   Shanghaied in San Francisco by Bill Pickelhaupt. Published by Flyblister Press in San Francisco, Calif. Written in EnglishPages: The above has been carefully discredited by Bill Pickelhaupt in his thoroughly researched book, Shanghaied in San Francisco.

The ships involved were apparently not in, or even near, San Francisco at the time the events were supposed to have taken place; in fact, Pickelhaupt finds that the Yankee Blade wreck was miles south, off Point Conception.

As early as twenty-three gangs were more or less openly engaged in this nefarious trade in San Francisco, and for many years shanghaiing was one of the most lucrative activities of the boarding-house masters, or crimps, and their natural allies, the dive-keepers of the Barbary Coast.

Some records indicate that Portland eventually surpassed San Francisco for shanghaiing, although historians argue that the Portland Underground was never a part of this insidious practice. A leading crimp of the era was James Kelly, better-known as “Shanghai” Kelly, who ran a number of bars, a saloon and a boarding house in San Francisco.

So we rolled through the redwoods right on down to San Francisco. We couldn’t wait to show our kids the city. We booked a hotel and got a steal of a deal on one of those sites that promises such, if you win your bid.

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Shanghaied in San Francisco Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Includes bibliographical references and index Internet Archive Books.

Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on J Pages: The explanation most widely accepted is one given by the Reverend William Taylor in his book, Seven Years Street Preaching in San Francisco: “ but from ‘Shanghae in China,’ there were seldom any ships returning to California.

To get back, therefore, they. The San Francisco Shangaiers Database In Mystic Seaport Museum received, in database form, information gathered from a rare source, the ledger book of 19th century shipping master James Laflin.

The institution of kidnapping sailors to sail under-manned outgoing ships from San Francisco harbor began during the Gold Rush and continued until federal legislation passed in The text discusses the conditions shipboard which led to. The quality and interest varied, but especially memorable were the description of the earthquake and fire by London and a bitter, dead-pan "travel" story by Kay Boyle called "Seeing the Sights in San Francisco," published in /5.

Shanghaied in San Francisco Let me tell you about one of the strangest journeys taken by an early ancestor of mine. That was my Great Uncle Sherman, one of my father's namesakes, a bachelor along with his brother my Great Uncle John, the namesake of my father's elder : Jean Ruddell. Along the streets including Davis, Drumm, Front, Battery and what is now called the Embarcadero was where a hapless sailor was likely to be shanghaied.

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Barbary Coast theaters. Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library Crimps were those who shanghaied men—they’d spike their drink, kidnap them and. The Barbary Coast was a red-light district during the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries in San Francisco which featured dance halls, concert saloons, bars, jazz clubs, variety shows, and brothels.

Its nine block area was centered on a three block stretch of Pacific Street, now Pacific Avenue, between Montgomery and Stockton Streets. Pacific Street was the first street to cut. Actors in the interactive production called "Shanghai San Francisco", a walking show where the audience, after learning that an S.F.

native has been kidnapped, must try to save her pose in San Author: Andrea Abney.Women were allegedly shanghaied for use as prostitutes rather than ship’s laborers. Although other ports along the West Coast including San Francisco are said to have been centers of shanghai activity, Portland’s underground tunnels are claimed to have made the practice much more manageable and wide-spread than in other areas.