Archive for July, 2017

July 29, 2017

The Great Migration — #Genealogy #Ships #Immigration

by C. Michael Eliasz-Solomon

Stanczyk thinks that the remainder of 2017 will be about working with distant cousins and on immigration, particularly what I can get from NARA/USCIS.

So today lets examine the immigration paths during the Great Migration (1880-1920, EUROPEAN IMMIGRATION: 1880-1920), when some 20 Million immigrants legally immigrated to the US. This is not to be confused with the waves of African American migration within the USA.

Today's map is of origin 1853 and comes from the US Library of Congress:

https://www.loc.gov/resource/g3701e.ct000244/

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