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Subject: [GAGWINNE-L] Ellis Island passenger
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 07:47:43 -0800
I found this in a book.
The National Archives maintain ship passenger arrival records dating
back into the 1800's and will do the research for you. If they find your
ancester, they will send you a notice. The logs consist of 2x3 foot
sheets listing age, amount of money, launguage spoken, even height and
weight. There is a cost of $10.00 if you purchase the log.
For more information contact
Reference Services Branch,
National Archives and Records Adm
8th St and Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington DC 20408
Hope this helps someone