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New York Passenger Lists

"The Most Genealogically Significant Immigration Database Available" -Mike Tepper

These are never before published records!  The New York Passenger Lists contains more than 11.4 million names.  At launch, the records will cover 1850 - 1859, but by the end of the year will span to 1892.  And these aren't just names!  The US Immigration service kept incredibly descriptive records of immigrants.

From 1855 - 1891, 13 million immigrants passed through Castle Garden (later to be named Ellis Island).  A majority of the immigrants at this time were from German and Ireland.

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Search for your immigrant ancestors:
Find out when your ancestors first arrived in America.

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Expect to find rich details such as:

Age: clue for birth and baptismal records in the old country.
Occupation: provides insight into the ancestor's life before they came to America.
Place of Origin: know where to look for records based on where the ancestor emigrated.
Destination: know where to look in the U.S. Federal Census and other records - look in the next census taken after their arrival.
Name of Ship and Registry Number: obtain a photo of the ship and a description of its size, voyages, and history to add context to the ancestor's journey.
Type of Ship: sail or steam?   Bark or brig?   Envision their experience.
Port and Date of Departure: combined with the arrival date, learn how many days the ancestor was at sea before they arrived in America.
Port and Date of Arrival: what was happening the day they arrived?   Was it a blustery winter day or a sweltering summer evening?
National Archives Series Number, Microfilm Number, and List Number:   details on where to find the original documents.

 

This is the most extensive collection of immigration records available online.  The chances of finding information on your ancestors is virtually guaranteed
-- Includes five centuries of records (1500's-1900's), covering many different nationalities/ethnic groups and all major ports of arrival
-- The largest, most continuous, and most uniform body of passenger records for the entire country (with the exception of the U.S. Federal Census records)
-- Whether your ancestors were German, British, Irish, Canadian, Chinese or among the immigrants from the more than 100 other countries included in this collection, they left a record of their journey to America
-- Every port of arrival in the U.S. (Atlantic and Pacific Ports) and Canada included
 

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