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      • Passenger Arrival Records The National Archives has passenger arrival records, sometimes called "ship passenger lists," for arrivals to the United States from foreign ports between approximately 1820 and December 1982 (with gaps). The records are arranged by port or airport of arrival.
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  2. Nov 08, 2021 · Passenger Arrival Records. The National Archives has passenger arrival records, sometimes called "ship passenger lists," for arrivals to the United States from foreign ports between approximately 1820 and December 1982 (with gaps). The records are arranged by port or airport of arrival. Passenger arrival records may provide researchers with information such as: one’s nationality and place of birth; ship name and date of entry to the United States; age, height, eye and hair color; profession;

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    1. One Step Webpages by Stephen MorseProvides a comprehensive list of links to passenger lists.

    Immigration refers to people coming into a country. Emigration refers to people leaving a country to go to another. The records usually take the form of ship's passenger listscollected at the port of entry.

    Passenger lists before 1820 included name, departure information and arrival details. The names of wives and children were often not included.

    You will usually find several possible entries for immigrants with similar names and ages. Learn everything you can so you can distinguish your ancestor from others of the same name. Knowing your a...

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    Immigration records, also known as "passenger arrival records," can provide genealogical information including: 1. a person's nationality, place of birth 2. ship name and date of entry to the United States 3. age, height, eye and hair color 4. profession 5. place of last residence 6. name and address of relatives they are joining in the U.S. 7. amo...

    Microfilm Research

    Our office has microfilm of indexes to passenger lists of vessels arriving at the Port of New York for the years 1820-1846 and 1897-1943. The passenger list records were created by the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and the Immigration and Naturalization Service [INS] (Record Group 85). The passenger lists themselves are available at our office via the online databases listed below. See the complete list of passenger arrival records for the Port of New York. You can read more about t...

    Visiting Our Facility

    For information on visiting our facility, please call us at 212.401.1620 or 866.840.1752 (toll-free) or view details online. Researchers coming to the Regional Archives should review the researcher guidelines and facility information. Researchers may be required to present photo identification to obtain a NARA researcher identification card. Original Record Note: Due to the fragile nature of the original records, researchers will only have access to the microfilm and digital copies.

    Obtaining Copies

    Self-service microfilm copies at our facility are $.40 per page. Certified copies are an additional $15 per record. Staff are available to help with research and copies. If you require a certified copy from microfilm, you must ask for staff assistance. We are unable to search our microfilm for specific entries or provide reproductions in response to letters or telephone calls. The microfilm is available for free public use at our facility. If you are not planning to visit our facility and con...

    Researcher Note: The following databases were created using National Archives passenger arrival records and indexes. While they cover essentially the same records, the indexing might have been done differently. If you can't find someone in one database, try the others that cover your time period.

    Family History Centers

    Another option is to contact a Family History Center nearest your location. Family History Centers are operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons). They have purchased copies of National Archives passenger arrival records for various ports in the U.S. including the Port of New York. Please consult your local telephone directory for the nearest Family History Center or see their web site: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp .

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    1. The web pages by Stephen P. Morse 2. Cyndi's List of Genealogical Sites on the Internet 3. A Guide to Interpreting Passenger List Annotations

  3. Jun 13, 2022 · The National Archives has immigration records for arrivals to the United States from foreign ports between approximately 1820 and December 1982 (with gaps). The records are arranged by port or airport of arrival. Use Form NATF 81or order online to obtain copies of inbound federal passenger arrival manifests for ships and airplanes, 1820-1959.

    • Passenger Lists Before 1820
    • Customs Passenger Lists from 1820 to 1891
    • Immigration Passenger Lists from 1891 to 1906

    Few customs passenger lists of immigration ships survive from before 1820. To find passenger arrival lists from before 1820, you will need to rely on printed sourcessuch as indexes, newspapers, naturalization oaths, and so on. Some pre-1820 online resources can be found here(Note: Some of these resources may cost money to use): 1. Pilgrim Ship List...

    The United States government began keeping better track of immigrant passengers in 1820. Passenger arrival lists, also known as customs passenger lists or customs manifests, were typically filled out by the immigration ship’s captainafter arrival at the port in the United States. Information found on these passenger lists may include the following:...

    The office of the Superintendent of Immigration was established in the United States in 1891, and the customs passenger lists changed to immigration passenger lists. These immigration records typically included more information than the earlier customs passenger records. Information on these lists may include, but are not limited to, the following:...

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