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Site: L emigration alsacienne aux Etats-Unis
Link: http://amct.pagesperso-orange.fr/paper/L-immigration-alsacienneEU-YvesFREY.pdf
Description: L’immigration alsacienne aux États‐Unis est surtout connue pour le XIXe siècle et l’installation
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Site: Liste des émigrants du pays de Wissembourg
Link: http://www.cc-pays-wissembourg.fr/telechargement/emigrants.pdf
Description: List of emigrants from Wissembourg to the US; mostly New York
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Site: Types of U.S. Naturalization Records
Link: http://www.genealogybranches.com/naturalization.html
Description: A Summary for Genealogy Researchers concerning immigration and natiralization records in USA.
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Site: France in America
Link: http://gallica.bnf.fr/FranceAmerique/page.asp?/en/T1-1-intro.htm?
Description: Bilingual digital library by the Bibliothèque nationale de France. Explores the history of the French presence in North America (16th - end of the 19th ).
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Site: Alsace: France with a German accent
Link: http://www.freep.com/features/travel/alsace17e_20050417.htm
Description: Very nice article describing a successful genealogy trip to Strasbourg, Hagenau, Niederschaeffolsheim, Weitbruch and Ohlungen & a bit about Colmar. By Patricia ANSTETT.
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Site: St. Louis Naturalization Index Cards 1816-1906
Link: http://stlgs.org/natsearch.aspx
Description: The St. Louis Genealogical Society, Missouri State Archives, and the St. Louis
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Site: Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
Link: http://www.immigrantships.net/
Description: Volunteers dedicated to making our ancestors ' immigration records easy and convenient to find. Our mission is to make ships ' passenger lists available online, at no cost to the researcher. More than 5,000 ships ' pass. lists, citing over 1/2 million passenger arrivals.
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Site: Passenger List Annotations
Link: http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/manifests/
Description: Passenger lists dating after 1892 ... are frequently found to have a variety of markings, codes, and annotations squeezed into the margins and small blank spaces above and behind information written in the list form 's columns. This site is a reference guide to those annotations. In English, by Marian L. Smith, US INS Historian
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Site: Emigration alsacienne: Lettre d 'un émigrant de Surbourg
Link: http://www.geocities.com/~joefolz/Surbourg/page8.html
Description: Fascinating letter written in 1847 by an immigrant from the Alsace, telling people back home about the experience. Original letter, and translations to French and English from the Alsatian.
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Site: New Orleans Passenger Lists - Filling in the Gaps
Link: http://www.genesearch.com/neworleans/
Description: Approximately 3300 passengers on about 158 ships from foreign
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Site: NARA : Port of New-York
Link: http://www.archives.gov/research_room/genealogy/immigrant_arrivals/new_york_port.html
Description: National american Record administtion. Microfilm Reference for Port of NY 1820 - 1897.
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Site: Alsacian Connection
Link: http://www.autumnstar.com/Genealogy/alsace/index.html
Description: Are You Related? Can we call you "Cousin "? If yes, then please join our internet village, our Alsace mailing list. Let 's share information to extend the family tree! Write to us and let us know about you.
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Site: Migrations Project
Link: http://www.migrations.org/index.html
Description: Migrations project, developed by Patrick Hays, designed to further migrations research and develop a comprehensive database to assist genealogists in their endeavors. US states, only. The database can be searched either by name or by place. The Migrations links system consists of a National Migrations Links page, and a table of state links.
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Site: Germans to American - 50 VOLUMES THAT ARE NOT TO BE TRUSTED
Link: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/nausa/passfe.htm
Description: "The dead go ashore, travelers disappear, ships do not show up, towns remain unknown . . . " A discussion of some of the shortcomings of one of the major indexes of German to US immigration 1850-1884.
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Site: SSDI
Link: http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/lesson10.htm
Description: How to use the SSDI to track US deaths (of immigrants)since 1860. Security Social Death Index online at Rootsweb; explanation and links.
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Site: CIMO - Cimorelli Immigration Manifests Online - Ships Arriving US from Europe
Link: http://www.cimorelli.com/safe/shipmenu.htm
Description: Online collection of databases comprised of the Morton Allan Directory, M1066 Microfilm series from NARA, various newspaper articles, Internet sources, and personal contributions, henceforth known as CIMO - Cimorelli Immigration Manifests Online.
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Site: Palatines to America: Immigrant Ancestor Postings
Link: http://genealogy.org/%7Epalam/ia_index.htm
Description: On-line postings of immigrants to the United States from German-speaking areas of Europe, including the places of origin in Europe for many of the immigrants. Our database contains over 2500 entries.
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Site: Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
Link: http://istg.rootsweb.com/
Description: A group of volunteers dedicated to making the search for our ancestors immigration easier. We grew out of a need to find ships’ passenger lists on-line. 5000 passenger lists online.
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Site: NARA: Immigration Records (Ship Passenger Arrival Records)
Link: http://www.archives.gov/research_room/genealogy/immigrant_arrivals/passenger_records.htm
Description: National american archives fund for passenger records and also immigrants
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Site: Université de Shebrooke : histoire des Etats-Unis
Link: http://www.biblio.usherb.ca/biblio/humaines/rihusa.htm#sites%20directeurs
Description: Bibliothèque de l' université de Sherbrooke, Québéc : partie sur l 'histoire des Etats-Unis
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Site: Rootsweb lists - Immigration
Link: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/other/Immigration/
Description: TheShipsList and some of the more specialized immigration lists at Rootsweb. Usually in English.
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Site: "HOW TO TRACE YOUR 18TH CENTURY ALSATIAN IMMIGRANT "
Link: http://www.audiotapes.com/product.asp?ProductCode='JF-196'
Description: Advertise and Audio tape reference of a conference by ANNETTE K. BURGERT , specialist on Alsatians emigrants XVIII th cent. Author is Annette K. Burger /www.audiotape.com, price is 8,50 $
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Site: Political map of USA - maps.com
Link: http://www.maps.com/explore/atlas/political/USA.html
Description: Politic map of USA divided in state , click the state then state 's map will be displayed. displayed. Author is Map.com.
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