Ventura County Genealogical Society
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A summary of available passenger lists, 1820-1957
This free site offers access to information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892.
Opened Jan 1, 1892, Ellis Island has 25 million arrival records and over 900 ships available to everyone.
A one-step portal for on-line genealogy.
Allows recording of key data fields that are found on most passenger manifests.
Information from the New Orleans Public Library
Many immigrants to the US came through Canadian ports
In 1865, because there were excellent rail connections and/or inward passage on Lake and River Steamers from Quebec (later from Canadian east coast ports), many thousands of immigrants destined to the US Mid-West and elsewhere in North America also arrived via Canada.
The Pacific immigration gateway
Free transcriptions and other information
The goal of this Guide is to help research of US immigration records and ship's passenger lists
Explore the history of America on the water tells you which books, magazines and online resources mention the vessels you're researching
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A3363 (from National Archives and Records Administration) reproduces passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at Ventura, California, May 23, 1929-December 22, 1956. The records primarily consist, however, of crew lists. A few airplane passengers are also included.