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Names of Mecklenburg-Schwerin Emigrants 1844-1915
Oldenburger Auswanderer / Oldenburg Emigrants
This database contains emigrants out of the former Großherzogtum Oldenburg and also, to some extent, the relatives of those emigrants who did not emigrate, like the parents, brothers and sisters.
Olive Tree Genealogy: Search Engines for Ships Passenger Lists from Germany
Custom Search Engine allows you to search multiple Internet sites for Passenger Lists of ships sailing from Germany to North America.
Olive Tree Genealogy: Ships Passenger Lists, Germans & Swiss to America
Palatine Ships Passenger Lists from Germany to Pennsylvania 1727 to 1808
Search ships passenger lists carrying Palatines from Germany to Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Read an explanation of Palatines and their ordeal.
Pennsylvania German Pioneers Online Passenger Lists | Palatine Ships
Passenger lists of the ships carrying German immigrants to Philadelphia 1727-1808.
Research Access & Background Information for LDS Family History Library Microfilms of the Baden Emigration Index
[The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]
Research Center German Emigrants in the USA
From Oldenburg University.
Ship General Briggs carrying Germans to New York 1851
View images of the passenger list. This passenger list is part of the unindexed New York arrival years.
Ship Passenger Lists of the Palatine Germans to Pennsylvania
Search passenger lists for German-speaking German, Swiss, Dutch and French (Palatine) immigrants (1727-1808) both on-site and across the internet. Includes a history of Palatines to America.
Texas Tortuga Press
Online searchable index of surnames and ship names for immigration from Germany to Texas 1865-1869.
Tips for Finding Your German Immigrant Ancestor's Hometown in Germany
A list of genealogy record sources that might be helpful for finding the name of your German ancestor's place of residence in Germany.
Using Hamburg Passenger Lists | ProGenealogists - Germany
Extremely helpful article by Gary T. Horlacher.
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