Passenger

Lists

Many of the immigrants to Canada during the early 1900's came via the port of Halifax or New York. The various passenger lists help to trace your ancestors journey from their homeland to various parts of North America. It is sometimes best to do other research first before starting here, to narrow down the search range of dates and reels to search through. The various mailing lists have very knowledgable people familiar with immigration patterns of various cultures and times of departure of various ships which coincide with emigration patterns.

Before this time, if they were of English extraction they came via the Hudson Bay trade routes through Hudson Bay and traveled through to Northern Saskatchewan. If the they were of French descent they came through the St. Lawrence waterway, via Winnipeg and through to Saskatchewan via inland routes.

Information regarding Passenger Lists

100 years of emigrant ships from Norway

American and Canadian Passenger/Emigration Registers - Everton Publishers

Boards > Topics > Immigration and Emigration > Canada > General

CANADA-IMMIGRANTS Mailing List

CAN-Naturalizations Mailing List

CAN-SHIPSLISTS-PRE1865 Mailing List

Canada Immigrants Mailing List

Immigration Records - at National Archives

Home children
Arrivals at American Ports

Immigration Records - (1925-1935) Searchable Database at National Archives Archivia Net - Library and Archives Canada LAC
--The names of immigrants arriving from overseas are recorded in passenger lists.
--Those arriving from or via the United States are recorded in border entry lists.

Immigration and Citizenship Records Additionally at Library and Archives Canada LAC:



Canadian Immigration Records Part I - ancestry.com

Canadian Census and Naturalization Records

Canadian Genealogy Centre - Immigration and citizenship
  • Terminology and Abbreviations
  • After 1935
  • Passenger Lists before 1865
  • Immigrants from the Russian Empire (LI-RA-MA Collection)
  • Passenger Lists, 1865-1935
  • Home Children
  • Form 30A, 1919-1924 (Ocean Arrivals)
  • Passports
  • Border Entry
  • Citizenship
  • Form 30, 1919-1924 (Border Entries)


Canadian Immigration Theme Page

Canadian Naturalization 1915-1951 - Library and Archives Canada ~ search by name 1915-1936

Canadian Naturalization 1915-1951 - Library and Archives Canada ~ Search by DATE (1936-1951)

Canadian Passport Office-Consular Services

Civilization.ca - Crossroads of Culture : Canadian Immigration - Destination Canada

Cyndi's List - Ships & Passenger Lists

Cyndi's List - Ports of Entry

Ellis IslandFamily History Sources at IHRC Immigration History Resource Center

Film T-5471 Report of Admissions at the Port of Gretna, Manitoba for the Month of April, 1910

Finding Ship Passenger Lists & Immigration Records 1820-1940s

Gateway to Searchable Online Passenger Lists

Genealogy.com All about Immigration and emigration

Genealogy Resources on the Internet - GENERAL USA MAILING LISTS

--German immigrants and families after arrival in America MAILING LIST
--ancestors/descendants of immigrants to US, and Native Americans, prior to 1700 MAILING LIST

Genealogy Resources on the Internet - EMIGRATION/MIGRATION SHIPS AND TRAILS MAILING LISTS

The Grosse Īle Quarantine Station a quarantine station to prevent Asiatic cholera and other contagious diseases from spreading in Canada from immigrants arriving in Quebec ports

Immigrants to Canada in Nineteenth Century ~ Ships ~ Emigration Reports ~ Emigration Handbooks

Immigrants to Grosse Īle Quarantine Station

Immigration Mailing

--Information about Researching Passenger Lists

--Links to Commercial Sites which will Research Passenger Lists
--Information in Archives (includes a link to NARA for those researching in the US)
--Information about Ships
--Individual Ships & Collections of Lists
--Disasters

Guide to Immigration Records and Ship's Passenger Lists - Section 3.0

Immigrant Arrivals: A Guide To Published Sources (Library of Congress)

Immigrant Diaries and Guides Moving Here, Staying Here, The Canadian Immigrant Experience - "Work and wages : or, The penny emigrant's guide to the United States and Canada, for female servants, laborers, mechanics, farmers, &c, by Vere Foster, 1855"

Immigrants Journey

Immigrants to Canada Immigration of 1887 for the west- Ranches in North West Territories

Immigrants to Canada

Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild: ISTG THE COMPASS ETHNIC, IMMIGRANT & EMIGRANT RESOURCES - COUNTRIES OTHER THAN AMERICA

Immigration and Ships Passenger Lists Research Guide

Immigration Records Microfilm CATalog Converter

Immigration Records (Ship Passenger Arrival Records and Land Border Entries)

Immigration Mailing Lists

Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 consisting of 13 reels from Canada Library and Archives digitized by Canadiana.org
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T521 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2629 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T522 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 3039 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T523 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2546 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T524 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 3119 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T525 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2494 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T526 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2991 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T527 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2756 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T528 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 3037 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T529 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2668 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T530 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 1815 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T531 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2176 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T532 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 1698 pages.
Index to Passenger Lists 1900-1908 Reel T533 Digitized Microfilm Reel online at Canadiana.org from Canadian Library and Archives. This digitisation project has scanned 2032 pages.

Ingeneas Canadian passenger/immigration records

Lloyd's Register marine information sheet: Immigration and emigration

Locating Canadian Ships Everton's Family History Newsline

Lou Alfano's Database of Ship Description's and Histories

Lunenburg County Nove Scotia Gen Web Passenger ships lists

The National Archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom (PRO)

Newspaper Records of Passengers to Canada

Nova Scotia Gen Web
--Passenger List information for immigrants arriving through Halifax

Our Lost Family in America - passenger lists and immigration informationPassenger Lists

Passenger Lists 1865 - 1919: Global Gazette: September 17, 1999 Vol. III Number 17

Passengers On The Ship "APOLLO" 1783: to Port Roseway ( now Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada) from New York on 8th June 1783.

"Pier 21 reached out and greeted all who disembarked" Everton's Family History Newsline

Researching Ships, Passenger Lists Ship and Passenger Lists and Such :)

Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service [INS] St. Albans Lists

Pier 21 Gateway to Canada

RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: Canada: CANADIAN-TRAIN-DISASTERS

Rootsweb :Genealogy Mailing Lists: Boards > Topics > Immigration and Emigration
  • Canada
    • General
    • French immigrants
    • German Immigrants
    • Irish immigrants
    • Scottish Immigrants
    • Ukrainian Immigrants
  • Immigration
  • Ship records
  • Ships from England
  • Ships from Europe
  • Ships from Ireland
  • Ships from Scotland
  • Ships from Sweden


Rootsweb Boards > Topics > Migration
  • Migration patterns
  • Rivers in migration routes


Saskatchewan Archives | Family History Research | Federal Government Records | Passenger Lists and Citizenship (Naturalization) Records

Sskatchewan and its People 1924
* The Peopling of Saskatchewan.
o Immigration.
o The European Immigrant.
* Personal Knowledge of the European Immigrant


Searching Passenger Lists Using the LDS Family History Library Catalog: Global Gazette

Ships Arriving in 1890 - 1930 (taken from the Morton Allan Directory)

Ships and Immigration - AHSGR

Ship Information Database

Ship Information Database

The Ships List /A>

The Ships List Searchable Archives Database

Ships Passenter Lists and Indexes

Ship Passenger Lists - Doukhobor immigration to Canada

TheShipsList: Passengers, Ships, Shipwrecks

Tony Cimorelli's Searchable Database of Ships Arriving in 1890 - 1930 (taken from the Morton Allan Directory)

Tracing Immigrant Origins Research Guide from FamilySearch.org

University of Saskatchewan Archives
--Passenger lists on microfilm
--Address, hours of operation

US arrivals - Customs Passenger Lists

Upper Canada and Canada West Naturalization Records (1828-1850))

Young Immigrants to Canada Everton's Family History Newsline

Young Immigrants to Canada

What to Search : Topics - Genealogy and Family History - Library and Archives Canada. LAC. Passenger Lists, Immigration and Citizenship

World War II Troop Ship Crossings



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Card Manifests: St. Albans Passenger Arrival Records

In 1894, immigrants destined for the US leaving Canada were inspected and had information recorded on cards about folk who crossed the Canada-US border between 1895-1952. About 3 million cards were issued to passengers who traveled by train through ports along the borders from Washington to Maine. On the card is recorded the passengers name, age, birth, physical description, last residence, job, next of kin in country of departure, family in city of arrival, seaport vessel date of arrival, date and location of border crossing.



Immigration and Passenger Records on Microfilm: NARA National Archives and Records Administration USA:

Immigrant Arrivals: A guide to published Sources

--This above site is in regards to those immigrating to the US, some books may be of use to trace immigrants to Canada as well; because some books are about immigration to North America

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