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If you don't find your ancestor on my ships' pages, try genealogy records on Ancestry.com. You can view them with a trial period free access. OliveTreeGenealogy.com free immigration databases are listed after the fee based databases below
What's Available in New York Immigration Records includes immigration and naturalizations records such as
Passenger & Immigration Lists Index
Early American Immigrations
Passenger Arrivals in the U.S., 1819-1920
Ship Passenger Lists from Ireland to America
Irish Immigrants: New York Port Arrival Records, 1846-1851
New York City Immigrants (Austria, Galicia, Poland), 1890
Ship Passenger Lists to New York
New York Naturalization Petition Index, 1907-1924
Brick Wall Ancestors? If the date of arrival is known, you can read the arrival report in a New York newspaper. The New York Times is available at many libraries (publication began in September, 1851). You can also search the NY Times online! Search 1857-1880 or 1881-1906 These off-site pay databases can be used with this special free access

Immigrant Processing Stations at the Port of New York
1624-31 July 1855: no receiving station
1 Aug. 1855-18 Apr. 1890: Castle Garden
19 Apr. 1890-31 Dec. 1891: Barge Office
1 Jan. 1892-14 June 1897: Ellis Island
15 June 1897-16 Dec. 1900: Barge Office
17 Dec. 1900-1924: Ellis Island

Note that from about June 15th 1897 until approximately March or April 1903, the lists for first class and second class passengers were not collected at Ellis Island and do not survive, and do not appear on microfilm, nor in the Ellis Island online database.

This does not mean there are no passenger lists for this time period. There are lists, but most are not complete, as the 1st and 2nd class passenger names are missing. You can verify if the list you are browsing is complete by checking the Captain's total of passengers with your own count of the passenger names on the manifest

  Drie Koning (Three Kings) Arrived New Amsterdam 1628 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  de Eendracht Arrived New Amsterdam May 1630Updated list May 24, 2001
  de Eendracht Arrived New Amsterdam after July 1631
  Soutberg Arrived New Amsterdam after July 1632 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  de Eendracht Arrived New Amsterdam after May 1634
 Rensselaerswyck Arrived New Amsterdam March 1637 Updated list May 24, 2001
 Dolphyn Arrived New Amsterdam 28 March 1638 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Den Harinck Arrived New Amsterdam 28 March 1638
 Calmer Sleutel Arrived Delaware early 1638
 Wapen van Noorwegian (Arms of Norway) Arrived New Amsterdam August 1638
 De Liefde (The Love) Arrived New Amsterdam 27 Dec. 1638
 De Nassau Arrived New Amsterdam 1638 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
 Brant van Troyen (Fire of Troy) Arrived New Amsterdam June 1639 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Den Harinck Arrived New Amsterdam July 1639 Updated list May 24, 2001
  Den Waterhondt Arrived New Amsterdam Oct. 1640 Updated list May 24, 2001
  Eyckenboom Arrived New Amsterdam Aug. 1641
  Brandaris Arrived New Amsterdam 1641/42 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Den Houten Arrived New Amsterdam Aug. 1642 Updated list May 24, 2001
 Coninck David Arrived New Amsterdam 1642Updated list May 24, 2001
  Wapen van Rensselaerswyck Arrived New Amsterdam March 1644
 St. Peter Arrived New Amsterdam Dec. 1644 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
 Mautirius Arrived New Amsterdam 1644 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Jager (Hunter) Arrived New Amsterdam Sept. 1646 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Prinses Amelia Arrived New Amsterdam May 1647. Voyage from Netherlands to New Netherland, and a return voyage when she sank with a great loss of life. Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Groote Gerrit Arrived New Amsterdam May 1647 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001
  Valckenier Arrived New Amsterdam July 1649 Reconstructed list May 24, 2001

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