Old Lutheran Emigration at the Middle of the 19th Century


http://www.archivaria.com/EmigList/ Old Lutheran Emigration at the Middle of the 19th Century

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Online version of this book:

Wilhelm Iwan, The Old Lutheran Emigration at the Middle of the 19th Century, Published by The Johann Hess Institute of Breslau, Volume II, 1943, Eichhorn Publishing, Lothar Kallenberg, Ludwigsburg


The EmigList database on the Archivaria website contains information about passengers who left Europe and arrived in the United States between the mid-1800s and the early 1900s. The database includes information from various ports of departure in Europe, such as Hamburg, Bremen, Antwerp, and Rotterdam, as well as arrival ports in the United States, such as New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

The records in the database include original passenger lists as well as transcriptions of those lists, and they provide information about each passenger’s name, age, occupation, nationality, place of origin, and other details about their journey. Some of the records also include information about the passenger’s final destination in the United States and the name of the ship they sailed on.

In addition to the EmigList database, the Archivaria website also provides access to other resources related to immigration and genealogy research. For example, the website includes a list of links to other online resources for researching passenger lists and immigration records, as well as a guide to genealogy research in Germany. The website also offers a paid subscription service that provides access to additional databases and resources for genealogy research.


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