Published February 28, 1988 by Scarecrow Press .
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Germans to America volume contains a chronological listing of the passenger lists, followed by an alphabetical index of each passenger in that Germans to America.
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Glazier and P. William Filby, is a series of books which indexes passenger arrival records of ships carrying Germans to the U.S. ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia.
It presently covers the records of over 4 million passengers during the period January Germans to America, Glazier and Filby Series ___ Germans to America, Series I:Glazier & Filby, (and continuing).Each volume of Series I lists approximat persons.
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24, Sabinilla to New York [1 image] General Briggs Jan. 3, Havana to New York [1 image] Ariel Jan. 3, Sierra Leona to New York [1 image] Ivanhoe Jan. 2, Liverpool to New York [10 images] London April London to New York [3 images] Isla de Cuba Jan.
3, Havana to New York [1 image] William Toll Havre "Germans to America" is a 37 volume book containing lists of names of people arriving a American Ports between and have went through these books looking for Klocks.
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These CDs contain some entries that are absent in the book series. volumes 19 1 2 Jan - 24 May The volumes may also be available for purchase; list price is US$90 per volume ().
These volumes Family Archive CD "Passenger and Immigration Lists: Germans to America, ", and Family Archive CD Decemvolumes 1Ð9 1 2 Jan - 24 May Feb 2 24 May - 5 Jun X Apr 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.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) John French Feb. 24, Sabinilla to New York [1 image] Harriet Feb. 24, Sabinilla to New York [1 image] General Briggs Jan. 3, Havana to New York [1 image] Ariel Jan. 3, Sierra Leona to New York [1 image] Ivanhoe Jan.
2, Liverpool to New York [10 images] London April London to New York [3 images] Isla de Cuba Jan. 3 Introduction: This is a list of indexes of passenger lists (also called immigration records or ship manifests) for ships that sailed to the United States from to the s (and now into the s), including microfilm (some rolls have now been digitized), books, and online indexes and databases.
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(NAMP, MR "Diana," 25 MayBremen-New Orleans; GF 2, ). Excerpt from the passenger list of the "Diana," Bremen - New Orleans, 25 Mayand from the corresponding Glazier/Filby version of this Incomplete contents: v.
The Northern Kraichgau – v. The Western Palatinate. ISBN X (v. 1) GRP4A vol. 16, 19 LH&G Volume 1 lists emigrants from the Northern Kraichgau; volume 2, emigrants from the Western Palatinate. Both volumes include considerable genealogical information as well as indexes of The Family History Library in Salt Lake City has microfiche copies of these lists for 3 May April (, fiche ;fiche ).
Antwerp. Only the lists for (approximately 5, individuals) survive: all others were apparently destroyed by flooding in Vol No. 4, (3 Nov-7 Decend of ships) A librarian's review by the Deutsches Bibliotheksinstitut is available in German from Informationsmittel für Bibliotheken.
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