United States, border crossings from Canada to United States, Land Border Entries and Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1894-1905

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Washington, D.C. : United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1957


Includes passenger lists of vessels that arrived in Vancouver or Victoria, British Columbia, as well as person who entered the U.S. through the Canadian land border at those ports Passenger lists primarily contain Japanese and Chinese aliens although there are some U.S. citizens returning and aliens from Europe, Australia, Korea, and New Zealand.

To view digital images of these United States, Border Crossings from Canada to United States with an index, click here. Not available on microfilm.This database contains an index of aliens and citizens crossing into the United States from Canada via various ports of entry along the U.S.-Canada border between 1894-1954. This collection corresponds with five NARA collections: A3445, A3450, A3451, A3478, & A3480.

Digital copies of original records microfilmed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The original records were later destroyed.



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