United States Naturalization Records
Hubbard County, Minnesota
Declaration of Intention
Also known as "First Papers", these documents declare the intention of aliens
to become citizens of the United States. From 1885-October 1906, they include
name, country and date of birth, date and port of arrival, the foreign allegiance
being renounced and the date of declaration.
The "Final Papers" (or second papers) for each individual include affidavits of witnesses,
the applicant's oath of allegiance and the court order approving the application of citizenship
Compiled from 7 different Hubbard County Censuses
First Papers Vol. 1
Final Papers Vol. 1
Final Papers Vol. 2
Final Papers Vol. C
Final Papers Vol. E
NOVEMBER 1906-NOVEMBER 1917
These records include name, age, occupation, physical description, date and place of birth, current and last foreign residence, port of embarkation, ship, port of entry and date of arrival in the United States, the foreign allegiance being renounced and the date of the declaration.
First Papers Vol. 2 #101-198
Beginning in 1917
The records also give the person's marital status and the spouse's name, place of birth and current residence.
Beginning in August 1929
The records also included information on the person's nationality, date and place of marriage, the spouse's birthdate and the children's names, dates and places of birth and current residences.
Note: Not all information is filled out for every individual.
First Papers Vol. 4, #299-348
First Papers Vol. 5, #349-393
Petition and Records Volume I #1-49
Petition and Records Vol. II #50-147
Petition and Records Vol. III #148-247
Petition and Records
IV, #248-250, 1928-1929
Vol. V, #251-336, 1930-1954
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