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European Emigration Records

Ryskamp, George R., “European Emigration Records,” IFLA Journal, 31 (2005) , no 1, 68-75.

Between 1821 and 1924 millions of Europeans emigrated, mostly to the America, but a large group moved from one location in Europe to another. 123 more words

Immigration Records

USCIS Webinar on Ellis Island Processing, Friday, 25 March 2016, 1 p.m. Eastern

Our friends at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Genealogy Program are giving another block-buster presentation. Don’t miss it!

“Your Questions” Webinar

Ellis Island Processing: The Case of Nanny Knowles… 258 more words

What do San Vito Chietino, Roccamorice and Castel di Sangro have in common?

I came home from my Ancestry.com conference yesterday determined to find Custode and Rosie and “the ship they came in on….” At about 2 a.m. this morning I went to bed discouraged. 1,391 more words


Published by DearMyrtle: FamilySearch Indexing: Immigration record sets need our help

DearREADERS,This video explains the variety of record groups from throughout the world and how volunteers like you and Ol’ Myrt here can #FuelTheFind. FamilySearch Indexing is all about bringing the names on archived record sets. 29 more words

Indexing Records