Immigration

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More Americans are officially declaring their ethnic identity through dual citizenship.
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So your immigrant ancestors didn't pass through Ellis Island's "golden door"? Follow these tips to find family who landed in Boston, New Orleans, Baltimore, Philadelphia or the 90 other US ports that welcomed new arrivals.
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Where else could immigrants enter the US between 1880 and 1892?
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Do ship manifests from the Baltimore City Archives still exist? Expert answers for your genealogical questions.
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The records of 17 million Ellis Island immigrants will arrive on the Web in April 2001
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More than 100 million Americans have at least one ancestor who immigrated through Ellis Island. Now the “island of hope, island of tears” prepares to give up its secrets
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BYU's Immigrant Ancestors Project is an online depot for departure data.
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Visit the famed port where your ancestors may have entered America.
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