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August 2003 FREE Databases from Lorine
August 19, 2003Teamaker from Vera Cruz Mexico to New Orleans, Louisiana 28 Jan. 1861 carrying passengers from Germany, France, Pennsylvania and other parts of USA [1 image]
Ship Bentine of Boston from Rio de Janeiro to New Orleans, Louisiana on 28 Jan. 1861 [1 image]
Bark Laura from Port au Prince, Haiti to New Orleans, Louisiana on 29 Jan. 1861 [4 images]
Bark Alice Bovodo from Bordeaux France to New Orleans, Louisiana on 1 Feb. 1861 [7 images]
Ship Nactaiux from Newport Rhode Island to New Orleans, Louisiana on 4 Feb. 1861. Many passengers from Bristol England [1 image]
O. Thigen from Bremen to New Orleans, Louisiana on 4 Feb. 1861 [2 images]
Ship Angelina from Liverpool to New Orleans, Louisiana on 6 Feb. 1861 [1 image plus passenger name transcription]
August 16, 2003Brig Fashion Ponce to Baltimore Maryland 12 May 1851
Brig Jabez Bermuda to Baltimore Maryland 13 May 1851
Bark Indus Rio de Janeiro to Baltimore Maryland 14 May 1851
Brig Mary Elizabeth St. Thomas to Baltimore Maryland 14 May 1851
Ship Albert Bremen Germany to Baltimore Maryland 20 May 1851 [10 pages]
Ship Annapolis Liverpool to Baltimore Maryland 20 May 1851 [10 pages]
August 13, 2003Index to Register of Passports USA 1834 to 1843 completed
August 11, 2003Olive Tree Genealogy has been awarded a grant for August from Honoring Our Ancestors The grant is for my ongoing project to fill in the 1847-1892 index gap for passenger arrival records in New York.
August 5, 2003Tips for using the Library in Salt Lake City
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