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Passengers Arriving from Italy to the Port of New York befor

Postby RFG » 08 Mar 2003, 15:43

Is there a website were I could view the passengers leaving for the USA before 1891 going to NYC.
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Postby ptimber » 12 Mar 2003, 06:35

I suggest you read the www.nara.gov/publications/microfilm/imm ... mpass.html and seek out the nformation you are seeking since youj provide no information. Peter
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Postby cyntbia » 12 Mar 2003, 16:50

Your local library might have microfilms of passenger lists. You need to know the approximate date (month and year). I\'ve found no website with passenger lists before 1892. Some very kind person I met on the web had an Italians to America CD and found my husband\'s great grandfather\'s name. That gave me the ship and date. My local library had the microfilm.
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Postby ptimber » 12 Mar 2003, 17:19

The NARA catalogue is M-237 and if your FHlibrary has the microfilm then you have to obtain their file number based upon the above M-237 for NY arrivals prior to 1891. If they don\'t have it then perhaps you can request it. Peter
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Postby BellaBettina » 21 Jan 2004, 15:14

Ciao ....
I tried this ellis island website. If I were you I would check ellis island out. You may even want to go to some libraries in New York in the town where your ancestors landed. 24mille baci
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Postby suanj » 21 Jan 2004, 16:12

RFG wrote:Is there a website were I could view the passengers leaving for the USA before 1891 going to NYC.


Hi: to this URL http://213.212.128.168/radici/ie/defaultie.htm (in english)
are italians emigrated from 1880 to 1891.
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Postby ptimber » 21 Jan 2004, 16:49

That is a good site for pre 1891 arrivals but iot is limited to about 200,000 people so If the name is not in that listing then go to the M237 microfilm listing with NARA at your local Family History Library and obtain the Library catalogue # from the M237 Micorfilm containing thr Family name and approxiamte year of arrival for entries prior to 1891 and find therm there. All entries are listed for that period. Peter
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Immigration to NY before 1891

Postby Missboge » 30 Apr 2004, 13:31

I belong to ancestry.com and would be happy to look at their records for you. They have all the years listed. Just give me a name. :P
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Postby ptimber » 30 Apr 2004, 16:29

Dear Miss Boge formerly of NYC. Your offer is appreciated. Obviously since you were previously residing in NYC your a persons of intellect,worth and merit. I say this because I too am from NYC so as the saying goes water seeks its own level. Peter NYC expatriate
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