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CASTLE GARDEN
Castle Garden, today known as Castle Clinton National Monument, is the major landmark within The Battery, the 25 acre waterfront park at the tip of Manhattan. From 1855 to 1890, the Castle was America's first official immigration center, a pioneering collaboration of New York State and New York City. This site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 12 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened.
CORNWALLIS SHIPS - 1749
Ships that arrived in Halifax in 1749. The ships included in this database are: Alexander - 1749, Baltimore - 1749, Beaufort - 1749, Brotherhood - 1749, Canning - 1749, Charlton - 1749, Everley - 1749, Fair Lady - 1749, London - 1749, Merry Jacks - 1749, Rochampton - 1749, Wilmington - 1749, Winchelsea - 1749
IMMIGRANT SHIPS TRANSCRIBERS GUILD
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES
Massachusetts Archives with online database featuring the Massachusetts Archives Collection (1629-1799), Passenger Manifest, Vital Records, and more.
NEW ORLEANS SHIP PASSENGER LIST
This is an online index to a portion of the New Orleans ship passenger lists available on microfilm in the Research Room at the Louisiana State Archives. Also available on microfilm in the Research Room are card indexes of the ship passenger lists for the port of New Orleans. These indexes cover the years 1820 to 1850 and 1853 to 1952.
NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY GENEALOGY GUIDE
Guide to Tracing Your Immigrant Ancestors from the New York State Library. Includes citations for tools for research such as Passgener Manifests, Naturalization Records, Alien Deposition Records, etc.
PASSENGER LISTS FOR CALIFORNIA 1848 - 1873
California Bound - Passenger lists for California 1848 - 1873 by sfgenealogy.com
THE MARITIME HERITAGE PROJECT
The Maritime Heritage Project honors men, women, captains and their ships and crew for enduring commitment in protecting shorelines and in moving merchandise, livestock, and people around the world under historically unpredictable and often dangerous conditions.





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