Sassy Jane Genealogy

US and European Genealogy Research

Sassy Jane Genealogy

US and European Genealogy Research

European Immigrant Ancestors: Their Experiences and the Records

$9.99

Find your European immigrant ancestors with direct links to migration records for New York, the US, and Canada between 1820-1920. Learn about the factors that pushed or pulled our ancestors from Europe to North America.

Discover arrival and departure passenger lists, permission to leave records, shipping news, emigrant aid society records, and more in this Sassy Jane Genealogy eBook.

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European Immigrant Ancestors: Their Experiences and the Records

 

Find your European immigrant ancestors with direct links to migration records for New York, the US, and Canada between 1820-1920. Discover arrival and departure passenger lists, shipping news, and more for your European immigrant ancestors.

european immigrant ancestors

Steerage passenger ID tag (Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives)

What did your ancestors experience as they left their homes in Europe and sailed to the New World? What happened when they were called before an immigration inspector, and either detained or granted entry to a new country?

This eBook focuses primarily on the second and third waves of immigration, from 1820 to 1920, through New York, the largest port in the U.S. Additional resources for Canadian and other U.S. ports are also included in Chapter 5 of this eBook. 

Finding Migration Records

Discover departure and arrival passenger lists, shipping news, permission to emigration, and other records. Essential sites, such as Ancestry and FamilySearch, are included, together with free resources from academic archives, European archives, the National ArchivesLibrary of Congress, and Library Archives Canada.

Unusual resources, such as the Irish Mission at Watson House, can help your brick-wall research.

Inside this Sassy Jane Genealogy European Immigration eBook:

I. Leaving the Old World

II. Voyaging to the  New World

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Steerage passengers aboard the RMS Olympic prepare to dock in New York City.

III. Arriving in America

A. U.S. Customs House, 1820-1855
B. Castle Garden, 1855-1890
C. Barge Office, 1890-1891; 1897-1900
D. Ellis Island, 1892-1897; 1900-1954
1. Disembarking
2. Baggage Room
3. Waiting
4. Medical Examinations
5. Registry Room
6. Legal Inspection
7. Detained at Ellis Island
8. Entering the Country

IV. Staying in America

V. Finding Migration Records

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