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Site: German Emigration Center Bremerhaven
Link: http://www.dah-bremerhaven.de/
Description: In German and English. Beautiful site showing off the Emigration Museum and research center. Thanks to Casi for this link!
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Site: Official page of Le Havre , history & Archives
Link: http://www.ville-lehavre.fr/decouvrir/patrimoine/histoire/archives.htm
Description: Le Havre page , big french Harbor for emigration. Some Question/ answer about archives and emigration archives there. In French.
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Site: Link to your Roots
Link: http://www.hamburg.de/fhh/behoerden/staatsarchiv/link_to_your_roots/index.htm
Description: The Hamburg State archive can now offer a database with Emigration Lists of Hamburg. It will continue to grow, until the data of all emigrants are available. Now, 1890 to 1914, ultimately, between 1850 and 1934. German, English, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Swedish, and Finnish. Database searches are free; complete information available for a fee.
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Site: Finding Passenger Arrival Records at the Port of Galveston, Texas
Link: http://home.att.net/~wee-monster/galveston.html
Description: List of all the available passenger lists and indexes for Galveston, Texas from 1846-1948 (with partial coverage to 1954). Included are books, microfilm, a CD-Rom and links to online data. The microfilm rolls listed here can be ordered from the Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City for viewing at any local Family History Center for a small fee. They can also be obtained from the National Archives (NARA).
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Site: Galveston Immigration Index at the Texas Seaport Museum
Link: http://www.tsm-elissa.org/immigration-login.htm
Description: Listing of immigrants to Galveston, Texas. The museumís immigration exhibit features text and historic photographs illustrating Galvestonís role in immigration history and the major organized immigration movements of the 19th and 20th Centuries.
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