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Site: French Lines Association
Link: http://www.frenchlines.com/index_en.php
Description: The object of the French Lines Association is to highlight the heritage of the French shipping lines, in particularly that of the Compagnie Générale Maritime and the Société Nationale Maritime Corse Méditerranée. NEW: Search all passenger lists in the French Lines archives between 1864 to 1936, download pdf facsimiles
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Site: Stephen Morse 's One Step Searches
Link: http://www.stevemorse.org/
Description: Alternative and very powerful forms to search all of the major immigration & emigration databases, including the Hamburg Emigration Index.
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Site: Annexation and Emigration in
Link: http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~jihazel/pol116/annexation.html
Description: On May 10, 1871 when the French and German governments signed the Treaty of Frankfurt that formally ended the Franco-Prussian War and that included measures for the annexation of Alsace-Lorraine by Germany, French residents of the area were given until October 1, 1872 to choose whether they would emigrate to France and keep their French citizenship, or stay in Alsace-Lorraine (now Reichsland Elsaß-Lothringen) and have their nationality legally change to German. By 1876, 100,000 residents of the annexed region had emigrated to France.
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Site: French Emigration Indexes
Link: http://genweblog.blogspot.com/2006/07/french-emigration-indexes.html
Description: Many Germans either lived in Elsaß-Lothringen (Alsace-Lorraine) or passed through it to emigrate. Sources to help identify many of them.
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Site: Bremen Passenger Lists, 1920-1939
Link: http://www.passengerlists.de
Description: About 635 000 passengers are listed. The database can be searched by name, date of departure, destination harbors and home towns of the passengers. Searches are free.
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Site: Passenger Departure Lists of German Emigrants, 1709-1914
Link: http://www.progenealogists.com/germany/articles/gdepart.htm
Description: Passenger lists and supporting records discovered so far, under the relevant ports of embarkation, from Russia, Germany, France & England.
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