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United States Immigration Project

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Surnames/tags: IMMIGRATION us_history
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Categories: United States Projects | Immigration.


The goal of this project is to document the immigration ports and passenger roles for the United States.

Right now this project just has one member - me. My name is Steven Harris.

Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help!

  • Document all known US immigration ports that were used in the United States. - In Progress
  • Create Project Pages for each of the States - In Progress
  • Create Project Pages for each Port within the applicable States
  • Begin to document the Passenger Roles - by year - for each Port (as they are available)

Will you join me? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag, or send me a private message. Thanks!



Category Structure

Category:Immigration
Category: American Immigration
{StateName} Immigration
{PortLocation}, {StateName} Immigrants {Decade}






Collaboration

On 11 Apr 2017 at 14:45 GMT Barbara Bodie wrote:

I would like to join. My ancestors came over in the 1600's. Mostly to Virginia.

On 14 Sep 2016 at 14:23 GMT Jake Weiner wrote:

I would like to join. I am a descendent of a recent immigrant from the 20th century.

On 12 May 2016 at 23:59 GMT Barbara Ray wrote:

I would like to assist you I have a membership with Ellis Island. I would like to do what I can to help.

On 23 Apr 2016 at 22:17 GMT K (Guerra) G wrote:

Hi. I can help with the state of Texas. Texas is my home state and has/had a unique situation with Ports of Entries. Many of my family members were "illegals" - of course - they probably had a different view since some were Native Americans and some came from Spain.

On 8 Mar 2016 at 22:26 GMT Abby (Brown) Glann wrote:

I've added your project to a better category so people can find you. Sounds like it would fit well in our United States History Project. Thanks for starting it!