Heusken, Henry C. J., 1832-1861Alternative names
Heusken served as secretary and interpreter for Townsend Harris, the first U.S. Consul-General in Japan; he sailed from Brooklyn Harbor in October 1855, reached Siam and later Japan; he died in the winter of 1861.
From the guide to the Henri C.J. Heusken Papers, 1855-1861, (University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.)
- Japan--Description and travel
- Thailand--Description and travel
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