Neither were the schooner captains believed when they reported seeing, on cold winter mornings, a man swimming in the tide-rips of Raccoon Straits or in the swift currents between Goat island and Angel Island
miles from shore.
To make matters worse, the Government tugs that had been hauling food from the army depots on Mare Island to Angel Island
found no more food to haul.
An oar found in 1962 on Angel Island
supports this scenario; it could have floated over from Horseshoe Bay if the escapees discarded it after they landed.
New itinerary features of this 4-day, 3-night vacation include visiting the Angel Island
military base and a trip through Japantown, both of which served as creative inspiration for the film.
The work at both Bay Area missions led Daniel Wu to be one of the handful of Bay Area Chinese ministers making regular visits to the Angel Island
Immigration Station to minister to the Chinese internees.
The story of Angel Island
is a little-known chapter in U.
Rainsford next visits Angel Island
, another island off the coast of San Francisco that served as an immigration station that processed the entry of hundreds of thousands of Asian immigrants from 1910 to 1940.
The 10,000 square foot Italian Renaissance in the prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood has views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island
and the Marin Headlands and a history dating back to Herbert Hoover's wife.
The broken raft and an oar were found on nearby Angel Island
but that's where the trail ended.
OFTEN mistakenly is called the Ellis Island of the West, but the experiences of the immigrants were very different.
The other More Than Ready colt went to owner Robert Harvey, who paid $130,000 for the first foal of the stakes-placed Forestry mare Angel Island
Tourism Cares Tourism Cares, a charitable organization representing the travel industry, plans to hold its annual volunteer event, Tourism Cares for America, at Angel Island
in San Francisco Bay on June 4.