5 edition of Port of entry of New Orleans. found in the catalog.
Port of entry of New Orleans.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
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The five major U.S. arrival ports in the 19th and 20th Centuries were: New York, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Orleans. Irish passengers often used the ports of New York and Boston, but you will find Irish arrivals at other ports as well. You can use these links to find information about the available indexes for these ports. 17 Port of New Orleans jobs available on Apply to Registered Nurse - Chemotherapy, Operator, Technician and more!
Italians to America, This immigration record collection includes nearly one million Italian immigrants who arrived in the United States between and through the ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia. 39 Port jobs available in New Orleans, LA on Apply to Operator, Housing Specialist, Port Sulphur (twic Req.) and more!
New York Ellis Island, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Galveston, New Orleans, were all major ports of entry for those seeking a new life. As such, Immigration and Naturalization Records are very important to your genealogical research but are often overlooked. the port of new orleans louisiana Download the port of new orleans louisiana or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the port of new orleans louisiana book now. This site is like a library, Use search box .
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Ports of Entry» New Orleans, Louisiana. This site contains an extensive searchable database of records onpassengers who arrived at the United States between through and identified their country of origin or nationality as German or Germanic.
For In-Bond and Entry Releases: Send Documents to Canal Street, Suite New Orleans, LA Phone: () Fax: () Reporting Requirements. Books: Passenger Lists Taken from Manifests of the Customs Service, Port of New Orleans (indexed) [with gaps*]; These books are available at the New Orleans Public Library (Call #LN57).
The first 3 volumes covering are also on 2 rolls of NARA microfilm (see the next listing). 7 rows East Main Street. Cut Off, LA New Orleans, Louisiana - Canal. Registers of flatboats, barges, rafts, and steamboats in the port of New Orleans, 2 v. The City Council, by ordinance of Marequired the Collector of Levee Dues to keep two books, one to record ships loading and unloading in the port, and the other to record flatboats, barges, rafts, and other craft arriving therein.
New Orleans, Passenger List Quarterly Abstracts, One of the richest and largest cities in 19th-century America, New Orleans was also an important port of entry. This database contains copies of passenger lists for foreign vessels arriving at New Orleans.
U.S. Naturalization Record Indexes, (Indexed in World Archives Project). Over time and through many difficulties, the Port of New Orleans prospered and became a port of entry for many immigrants from Ireland, Germany and elsewhere.
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New Orleans Ship Passenger List Online Index — January to July This is an online index to a portion of the New Orleans ship passenger lists available on microfilm in the Research Library at the Louisiana State Archives.
This index covers the roughly six-month period from January 1 to July 7, New Orleans, LA a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday. By Appointment Only. Closed Federal Holidays. Mailing Address: U.S. Department of State. Mercure Cir. Sterling, VA How to Apply at a Passport Agency.
Find out if you're eligible. To apply at this passport agency, you must. Port of New Orleans, Louisiana [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries.
It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through automated processes. Port of New Orleans Celebrates Fourth Annual Maritime Month The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) recognizes its fourth annual Maritime Month May and National Maritime Day on May 22 to pay tribute to the region’s rich maritime history and to recognize the hardworking men and women who ensure essential goods and freight reach their destinations.
Passenger lists of arrivals in New Orleans, Louisiana. This collection corresponds to two NARA publications: M Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, Louisiana, and T Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, Louisiana, Some arrival dates are not represented in the data.
Check the wiki or browse the collection to determine coverage. Between over a million men, women, and children emigrated to the U.S. and Canada, the majority of them entering through the port of New York. In essence, this work is a chronological listing of nearlypassengers with name, age, sex, occupation, date of arrival, port.
Finding Passenger Lists Before Arrivals at US Ports from Europe Boston and New England Port Arrivals and Immigrants to the City of Boston, and by William H. Whitmore; GPCNew Orleans For New Orleans arrivals pre see this website. Sure - there's an "Add Books to List" caption at the top of the page, a little to the right of the #1 entry (Confederacy).
If you click on that, I think it'll ask what book you want to add. Follow the search prompt and when your book's Goodreads icon pops up, you should be able to add by clicking on it. New Orleans was the second largest port in the US and a major point of entry for immigrants to the nation, as well as being the largest city in the South.
US Civil War. The five major U.S. arrival ports for immigration in the 19th and 20th Centuries were: New York, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Orleans. New York was by far the most commonly used port.
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Port of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. 6, likes talking about this 32 were here. Port of New Orleans is a modern multimodal gateway for global commerce and an in-demand cruise port. Our Followers: K.The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) is an embarkation port for cruise passengers.
It is also Louisiana’s only international container port. Port NOLA generates $ million in revenue annually through its four lines of business – cargo (46%), rail (31%), cruise (16%), and industrial real estate (7%).Air draft: feet, restricted by Crescent City .Collection Title: Passenger Lists from Manifest of Custom Service: Port of New Orleans – Description: Port of Entry records of passenger lists taken from manifests of the Custom Service: Port of New Orleans, – on microfilm.
It pertains only to the Port of New Orleans. National Archives Microcopy No. M Microfilm Reels: 2.