- Author:Ira A. Glazier,William P. Filby
- Publisher:Scarecrow Press (September 1, 1995)
- Pages:128 pages
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Lists of German Passengers Arriving at . Vol. 43 May 1882 - Aug 1882. 10 Jan 1856 - Apr 1857. 44 Aug 1882 - Nov 1882. If a listing is found in "Germans to America," then the original passenger lists should be consulted, as they may contain further details. Where to Find "Germans to America".
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Information about the Germans to America online database and books, including a list of each . Mar 1882 - May 1882 Vol. Note 1: Beginning with 1891 Germans to America only includes arrivals to the port of New York.
Information about the Germans to America online database and books, including a list of each volume and the time frames covered. .May 1882 - Aug 1882 Vol.Aug 1882 - Nov 1882 Vol. 45. The earlier volumes (up to 1890) cover German passenger arrivals to the major US ports (New York, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia and New Orleans), although the listings may not be complete for every port. Note 2: The first 9 volumes only indexed passenger lists of ships that contained at least 80% German passengers.
1. Passengers arriving at New York, January 1880-December 1884 - v. 2. Passengers arriving at New York, January 1885-June 1887 - v. 3. Passengers arriving at New York, July 1887-June 1889 - v. Passengers arriving at New York, July 1889-October 1890 - v. 5. Passengers arriving at New York, November 1890-December 1891. v. 6. Passengers arriving at New York, January 1892-December 1892 - v. 7. Passengers arriving at New York, January 1893-September 1893 - v. 8. Passengers arriving a. ONTINUE READING.
Ira A. Glazier, P. William Filby. P. William Filby - Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at . Ports, Vol. 2: May 24, 1851-June 5, 1852. Читать pdf. Ports: May 28, 1853-Oct.
The late P. William Filby served for many years as the director of the Maryland Historical Society.
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ISBN 0-8420-2315-1 (v. 1) 1. German Americans-Genealogy. Germans to America provides both the historian and the genealogist with an extensive data base of German immigrants who came to the United States from 1850 through 1893. Glazier and William P. Filby. Apr 1988 3 5 Jun 1852 - 21 Sep 1852 0. Ports in. GTA, vol. Download Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving. Download Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at . 3: June 5, 1852-Sept. Ports i.ebook Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at . Emigration to America: Passenger Lists - Robert Franklin Lamping Germans to America; Lists of Passengers Arriving at . German Immigrant Arrivals: Resources in the Library of Congress The First Germans in America
The series reproduces information from the original ship manifest schedules, or passenger lists, filed by all vessels entering U.S. ports. All volumes are arranged in chronological order by each ship's date of arrival. For every passenger list, the following information is provided: ship name, port of departure, port of arrival, date of arrival, and list of German-surname passengers. Ships that departed from German ports or carried passengers who declared themselves to be of German origin are included, with full name, age, sex, occupation, and, when this information is given, country, province or village of origin provided for each emigrant. One of the most important features of this series is the complete index of names at the end of every volume, making it easy to find a particular individual or family name.Germans to America may be ordered by individual volume. Standing orders, which receive a 10% discount, are also welcomed.