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They came in ships : a guide to finding your immigrant ancestor's arrival record

Author: John Philip Colletta
Publisher: [Orem, Utah] : Ancestry, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed., updated and revView all editions and formats
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Provides information on searching passenger ship lists and indexes, naturalization and immigration records, and genealogical Websites to find records of ancestors who came to the United States on ships.
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Genre/Form: Passenger lists
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Philip Colletta
ISBN: 091648937X 9780916489373
OCLC Number: 785438018
Description: xiii, 165 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: What you need to know and where to find it --
Passenger arrival information prior to 1820 --
Passenger lists since 1820 --
Searching years not included in National Archives indexes --
Other resources and information of potential value --
Conclusion : Ellis Island : What's myth? What's reality?
Responsibility: John Philip Colletta.

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Provides information on searching passenger ship lists and indexes, naturalization and immigration records, and genealogical Websites to find records of ancestors who came to the United States on ships.

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