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Does anybody know if there is a list of passengers of the ship Liguria and the ship Manilla left from Palermo to New Orleans during 1904? I'm looking for a Nicolo Bruno born on 1892. Please answer. Thanks
Easy enough. Go to the Family History Library of the Mormon church nearest your home and look up the passenger list index NARA T618-4 which is the catalogue # 1412577 for the New orleans Passenger list 1900-1952 for Brown to Carteni in which Bruno is listed. This is on micorfilm and just ask the librarians to obtain that pasenger list. Should you wish to write for the record of arrival file form 81 with the NARA (National Archives) Southwest region, Fort Worth Texas. You can get a copy of the form from www.genealogylookups.com/narchives.htm and make a copy of Form 81. Peter
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