3 edition of Germans to America, Volume 22 Oct. 2, 1868-May 31, 1869 found in the catalog.
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Germans to America, Jan. 3, Dec. 31, by Ira A. Glazier, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. “Germans to America, Lists of Passengers Arriving at United States Ports, Vol. 22, Oct. May ” By Glazier, Ira A. [//W3/Gla/V]. Passenger Lists “German Immigrants. Lists of Passengers Bound from Bremen to New York, ” By Zimmerman, Gary J. [//W3/Zim/]. Passenger Lists “German Immigrants.
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Germans to America, Oct. 2, Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports (Volume 22) (Germans to America (Volume 22)) by. Vol. 22 Oct - May Vol. 56 May - Nov Vol.
23 Jun - Dec Vol. 57 Dec - Jun Vol. 24 Jan - Dec Vol. 58 Jul - Apr Vol. 25 Jan - Sep Vol. 59 May - Nov Vol. 26 Oct - Apr Vol. 60 Dec - May Vol. 27 May - Jul Vol. 61 Jun - Oct 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 1869 book listing of the passenger lists, followed by an alphabetical index of each passenger in that volume. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes.
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Also on CD-ROM. Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports, Vol. June 1, Dec. 31, (Volume 23). 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 Germans to America OPA. List of volumes and dates (Vol.1/) List of known holding libraries.
German Immigrants to USA s, s, s, s, s; Addendum for are being published in The German Connection from the German Research Association: Vol No. 1, (2 Jan - 12 Jan Germans to America Vol No. 2, (14 Jan - 25 March ). Germans to America Series II Vol. Oct - Dec If a listing is found in Germans to America, then you might also want to obtain a copy of the ship passenger list.
Germans to America Series One: Finding Passenger Lists s Resources for Dutch, Irish, Italian, Russian & Other Passengers. 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.
by German American Historical Society, Philadelphia; Union of Old German Students in America, New York; National German American Alliance, Philadelphia; Deutsche. Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports The volumes may also be available for purchase; list price is US$90 per volume ().
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Fielded Search. File unit: Germans to America Passenger Data File, - in the Series: Data Files Relating to the Immigration of Germans to the United States, created ca. -documenting the period - - Collection CIR You may wish to View the FAQs for this series.
To locate the arrival date, ship name, and port of departure information associated with an individual. Germans to America Volume 7 - October December N umerous books contain listings of immigrants from Germany to America in nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The most remarkable is the series of 67 volumes, Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports, by Ira A. Glazier and William P. Filby. Aus und Uber Amerika America German immigration rare antique old book. L A Wollenweber Sketches of Domestic Life in PA +$ shipping.
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Glazier, m Filby (Editor) / Hardcover / Published (Special Order) Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports, June December Vol Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at US Ports, Vol 21 May Sepcall #OSTF REFV Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at US Ports, Vol 22 Oct Maycall #OSTF REFV Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at US Ports, Vol 23 Jun Dec, call #OSTF REFV This database is from the book series “Germans to America, lists of passengers arriving at U.S.
ports” that was published in the are limitations to this database (it does not include every “German” who immigrated to the United States during the time period stated and may not include smaller, minor ports), but it is a starting point.
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. - Several Germans were among the settlers at Jamestown. - Peter Minuit, a German, came to New Amsterdam to serve as the governor of the Dutch colony, New Netherlands.
Later he governed the Swedish colony in Delaware. - Thirteen families of German Mennonites seeking religious freedom arrived in Pennsylvania; led by Franz Pastorius, they purcha acres of land and.
HQRL has o book titles to search. Call or e-mail for research help.GERMANS TO AMERICA: Lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports Vol. Oct May Glazier, Ira A. & P.
William Filby editors GER IMMIGRANTS: GERMANS TO AMERICA: Lists of passengers arriving at U.S. ports Vol. June Dec Glazier, Ira A. & P. William Filby editors GER IMMIGRANTS.The archival record on German immigration to Pennsylvania improves afterso that it has been estimated that overGermans came to the Delaware Valley between and Most came in the months of August, September, October and November, as they feared the colonial fevers of the summer, a pattern that is remarkably rigid before.