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Lists of aliens arriving at Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, El Paso, Laredo, Presidio, Rio Grande City, and Roma, Texas, May 1903-June 1909, and at Aros Ranch, Douglas, Lochiel, Naco and Nogales, Arizona, July 1906-December 1910 : National Archives and Records Administration microfilm publications, A3365

United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service ; [Introduction] compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
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English
Washington, D.C. : National Archives and Records Administration, 2000
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; A3365

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Microfilm of original records at the National Archives in Washington, District of Columbia, microfilmed in 1957.

"... The records are manifests of alien arrivals in the INS District of El Paso, Texas. ... These records are part of the Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Record Group (RG) 85." -- Introd.

Some dates are missing.

Contents: Roll 1. May 1903-Mar. 1907: Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, El Paso, Laredo, Texas and Douglas, Naco, Nogales, Arizona.

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