This category contains passenger list records for immigrants worldwide and spanning several centuries related to genealogical research. Sites which provide information on microfilm and published sources are also represented.

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AHSGR Ships and Immigration
Passenger list extracts with an emphasis on German immigrants.
Ancestor Search: Palatine Ship Passenger Lists
Ship passenger lists of German-speaking German, Swiss, Dutch and French Palatine immigrants to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1733-1808. Search the passenger lists onsite or internet-wide.
Cyndi's List
Links to ships and passenger lists web sites.
Foreign Protestants to Nova Scotia
Index to passenger lists for ships carrying "Foreign Protestants" to Nova Scotia, 1750-1752.
Germans to America-50 Volumes That Are Not To Be Trusted
Critical review by Prof. Dr. Antonius Holtmann of the book series "Germans to America".
Guy Mannering Passenger List
Passenger list of the ship Guy Mannering which arrived at the port of New York from Liverpool on November 14, 1856 carrying 475 emigrants.
Locating Ship Passenger Lists
Article by Myra Vanderpool Gormley, C.G. hosted at Genealogy.com.
Passenger Lists for Pictou
Passenger lists for ships arriving at Pictou County, Nova Scotia, Canada from 1767 to 1848.
Portuguese Passenger Ship Master List
Ongoing project lists ships and selected passenger lists for Portuguese passenger ships entering ports in the United States.
Searching Ellis Island Database in One Step
This search function provides an alternate way to search the transcribed passenger arrival records at the American Family Immigration History Center (EllisIsland.org). If the person's name may not be entered correctly in the database, this provides the ability to search on other fields that are listed on the manifest.
Slave Manifests
Transcriptions of slave manifests for the port of New Orleans. NARA record group 36 records the movement of slaves between U.S. ports.
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