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Immigration/ Emmigration

Additional resources can be found in the Online Catalog.
A link to the catalog is on the left hand side of the web page.

Immigration/Emigration

Immigration and ships passenger lists research guide: click on each step to get more detail

One-step Webpages

Ellis Island Database: A database of immigrants who arrived at Ellis Island in New York City between 1892 and 1924.

Castle Garden Database: America’s first immigration center (1830-1892), before Ellis Island, closed when Ellis Island opened.

Emigration and Immigration records and links including Passenger lists and naturalization records

German genealogy records & passenger lists: also some English Welsh, American & Irish passengers.

Searchable Canadian immigration records 1925-1935

Irish immigrants

Passenger List

Immigration and ships passenger lists research guide: click on each step to get more detail

Emigration and Immigration records and links including Passenger lists and naturalization records

Passenger lists: searchable by port of arrival or port of departure, information on ships

Individual ships passenger lists

Passenger lists online

Internet sources for transcribed passenger records and indexes

Index to Passenger Manifests of ships arriving in Boston, Massachusetts , 1848-1891.

Searchable passenger lists for ships departing from Hamburg, Germany between 1890-1910

German genealogy records & passenger lists: also some English Welsh, American & Irish passengers.

Naturalization records/Alien registration records

Online searchable naturalization records

Naturalization Records

German genealogy records & passenger lists: also some English Welsh, American & Irish passengers.

Ships

Maritime history on the Internet: a guide to doing maritime history research online

Researching Vessels: Information on how to conduct research on a vessel

Passenger Steamship arrival: At the Port of New York 1890-1930, the Ports of Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia 1904-1926. Information on ships only, not on immigrants.

Historical Collections of the Great Lakes at Bowling Green State University: Databases on vessels, ports and maritime personnel

Passenger lists: searchable by port of arrival or port of departure, information on ships

Maritime history of the Great Lakes: Ships and shipwrecks on the Great Lakes

German genealogy records & passenger lists: also some English Welsh, American & Irish passengers.