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PORTS OF ENTRY FOR IMMIGRANTS to USA



Passenger lists for these ports are available in the National Archives.

NAME OF SEAPORT/DISTRICT--Years Most Used
Alexandria, VA 1820-1852
Annapolis, Maryland 1849
Baltimore, Maryland 1820-1909
Bangor, Maine 1848
Barnstable, Mass. 1820-1826
Bath, Maine 1825-1832, 1867
Boston, Mass. 1820-1943
Bristol and Warren, RI. 1820-1824, 1828, 1843-1871
Charleston, S.C. 1820-1829, 1906-1945
Galveston, Tx. 1846-1871
Jacksonville, Fla. 1804-1845
Kennebunk, Maine 1820-1827, 1842
Key West, Fla 1837-1868, 1898-1945
Marblehead, Mass. 1820-1852
Miami, Fla. 1899-1945
Mobile, Ala. 1820-1862, 1904-1945
Nantucket, Mass. 1820-1862
New Bedford, Mass. 1823-1899,1902-1942
New Orleans, Louisianna 1820-1945
New York, NY. 1820-1942
Newort, RI. 1820-1875
Plymouth, Mass 1821-1843
Providence, R.I. 1820-1867, 1911-1943
Richmond, Va. 1820-1844
St.Augustine, Fla. 1820-1827, 1870
Savannah, Ga. 1820-1868, 1906-1945


Keep in mind when searching for passenger lists that many of the older passenger list have been destroyed through fire and neglect. There are some published passenger lists available,however. Check your local library or the State Archives.



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