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Subject: [BKLYN] German Emigration books
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2011 19:50:14 -0400 (EDT)

The book series referred to is titled: Germans to America.

The last time I researched them, there were sixty chronologically numbered
Each includes the passenger's name, ship name, as well as date and port of

The following New York State libraries hold all sixty volumes:

Queens Borough Library in Queens Co., NYC;
New City Library in Rockland County, NY;
NYS Library, Albany, Albany Co., NY.

There are full sets in other libraries across the USA and internationally.

> > From: [mailto:nyc-roots-
> > ] On Behalf Of Robert B
> > Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 6:48 PM
> > To: NYC Genealogy
> > Subject: Re: [NYC-ROOTS] FW: marriage certificate
> >
> >
> > Don't know if you've tried this but I was able to find my German
> > ancestors from the emmigration records in Germany.
> > If you know when they came to the US, have someone in Germany check
> > emmogration because the home town is often listed.
> > If I recall, there is a series of volumes of German immigrants to the
> > USA. There are a number of University libraries that have complete
> > sets.
> > It worked for me.

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