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4 edition of Germans to America, Volume 30 June 1873-Nov. 1873 found in the catalog.

Germans to America, Volume 30 June 1873-Nov. 1873

Glazier Ira A.TH

Germans to America, Volume 30 June 1873-Nov. 1873

Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports (Germans to America)

by Glazier Ira A.TH

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Published by Scarecrow Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil rights & citizenship,
  • Family history,
  • Immigration & emigration,
  • Reference works,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference,
  • History: World,
  • Germany,
  • USA,
  • History / United States / State & Local

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11529155M
    ISBN 100842024077
    ISBN 109780842024075

    June November ; v. December December ; v. January September ; v. Nielsen Book Data) Germans to America provides both genealogists and researchers of family history with the first extensive, indexed source of German-surname immigrants who came to all ports in the United States between and Registers: Baptisms, marriages, 1 vol, ; baptisms 1 vol marriages 1 vol (Inventory of the Church Archives of New York City, ) First German Presbyterian Church Madison corner of Montgomery Rev. B Krusi Madison.

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    Language: English. Brand new Book. Germans to America provides both genealogists and researchers of family history with the first extensive, indexed source of German-surname immigrants who came to all ports in the United States between and This period witnessed one of the highest rates of German emigration in the nineteenth century. According to the Commonwealth, 6, Russian-Germans arrived in North America in 2, to Kansas, 1, to Dakota, to Eastern states, to Nebraska, 75 to Minnesota, and the remainder to Canada, but these figures probably did not include who passed through Topeka on New Year’s Eve. [30].


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Germans to America, Volume 30 June 1873-Nov. 1873 by Glazier Ira A.TH Download PDF EPUB FB2

Germans to America is a series of books which index ship passenger arrival records of German immigrants for the years listed below. Each volume contains a chronological listing of the passenger lists, followed by an alphabetical index of each passenger in that volume.

Vol. Jun - Nov Vol. Dec - Dec Vol. The individual books in the "Germans to America" series are fairly pricey, so the best research option is to either find a library with the series (most major genealogical libraries will have it), or locate a database version.

Vol. 30 Jun - Nov Vol. 64 Jan - Jul Vol. 31 Dec - Dec Vol. 65 Aug - Jun Data files relating to the immigration of Germans to the United States for arrivals Created by the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Center for Immigration Research. In August ofthe National Archives replaced the ARC – Archival Research Catalog - with the OPA – Online Public Access.

ARC identifiers will still work to access the collections in OPA. Germans to America provides both genealogists and researchers of family history with the first extensive, indexed source of German-surname immigrants who came to all ports in the United States between and This period witnessed one of the highest rates of German emigration in the nineteenth century.

The series reproduces information from the original ship manifest schedules, /5(3). Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports Broderbund publishes most of the book series in CD form: Family Archive CD "Passenger and Immigration Lists: 31 May Feb 30 Jun - Nov May 31 1 Dec - 29 Dec May 32 4 Jan - ORDER Germans to America Volume 7 - October December Numerous books contain listings of immigrants from Germany to America in nineteenth and twentieth most remarkable is the series of 67 volumes, Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S.

Ports, by Ira A. Glazier and William P. Filby. Book series: "Germans to America, lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports". The book series Germans to America is up to volume 60 now. The book series Germans to America is up to volume 60 now. This series indexes passenger arrival lists from US ports, giving names, ages, occupations, and sometimes places of origin for many German immigrants.

Germans to America provides both genealogists and researchers of family history with the first extensive, indexed source of German-surname immigrants who came to all ports in the United States between and This period witnessed one of the highest rates of German emigration in the nineteenth century.

The series reproduces information from the original ship manifest schedules, or. Germans to America, This immigration database includes more than 4 million Germans who arrived in the United States between and through the ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia.

Across the Atlantic and beyond: the migration of German and Swiss immigrants to America / Charles R. Haller. Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, xi, p.: maps ; 22 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index. (OCoLC) lccopycat ISBN EG3H23 A history of German and Swiss immigration to America. German Immigrants, at Ancestry/free with registration; includes searchable, digitized emigration lists from these six books by Clifford Neal Smith: Emigrants from the Former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (Now Niedersachsen), Germany, Mainly to the United States, Germany - Germany - Germany from to The German Empire was founded on Januin the aftermath of three successful wars by the North German state of Prussia.

Within a seven-year period Denmark, the Habsburg monarchy, and France were vanquished in short, decisive conflicts. The empire was forged not as the result of the outpouring of nationalist feeling from the masses but. German Americans (German: Deutschamerikaner, pronounced [ˈdɔʏ̯tʃʔameʁiˌkaːnɐ]) are Americans who have full or partial German ancestry.

With an estimated size of approximately million inGerman Americans are the largest of the self-reported ancestry groups by the US Census Bureau in its American Community Survey.

German Americans account for about one third of the total. Germans to America provides both genealogists and researchers of family history with the first extensive, indexed source of German-surname immigrants who came to all ports in the United States between and This period witnessed one of the highest rates of German emigration in the nineteenth century.

The series reproduces information from the original ship manifest schedules. Germans to America, Jan. 3, Dec. 31, by Ira A. Glazier,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. April-- reel April -- reel May-- reel June-- reel June-- reel June J -- reel July August 7, -- reel August-- reel August Septem -- reel September.

Minerva Palatine Germany to Pennsylvania Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. The Hope, Decem Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. Irish Immigrants in Eighteenth Century () - Irish Immigrants from English Ports in the Eighteenth Century.

Extracted from The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, Volume XVIII. Fielded Search. File unit: Germans to America Passenger Data File, - in the Series: Data Files Relating to the Immigration of Germans to the United States, created ca. -documenting the period - - Collection CIR You may wish to View the FAQs for this series.

To locate the arrival date, ship name, and port of departure information associated with an individual. Records About Defense Spending and Receipts in Foreign Countries, created, 3/5/ - 9/30/, documenting the period 7/1/ - 9/30/ - Record GroupInternational Balance of Payments (IBOP) Master File, 7/1/ - 9/30/ Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes.

If you are using a computer in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, you may use this database (Parts ) by clicking here. If you are using a computer in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, you may use this database (Parts ) by clicking here. Also on CD-ROM. One book is “Richard Carvel” written by Winston Churchill in and the front cover page has “Cornelia Wetmore Chapell, July 3rd, ” written on it.

The second book is “Lorna Doone” (Volume I and II) written by R. D. Blackmore (with Illustrations by Frank T. Merrill) written in Both books .SS Adler 22 June Ship Bremerhaven 30 July. SS America 28 March Steamer Bremen 28 April Ship D H Watjen 14 November.

Bark Harzburg 4 May Bark Atlantic 2 November. Ship Charlotte 4 June SS Hermann 4 June Ship Hermann 4 June Bark Therese 11 June Bark Therese 6 November.

Ship D. H. Watgen 18 May Bark Johanna 18 May Bark.Edited by Ira A. Glazier and P. William Filby, Germans to America was originally published as a series of volumes by Scholarly Resources, Inc. and was the first extensive, indexed source of German surname immigrants.

This database contains information from Volumes 1 through 31 of the Germans to America series. Similar information on immigrants.