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Passenger lists of vessels arriving at Portland, Maine, 1893-1943 ; Index, 1893-1954 : NARA publications T524 and T1151

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Washington, D.C. : Filmed by the National Archives, 1944, 1986
36 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
  • National Archives microfilm publications; T524
  • National Archives microfilm publications; A1151


Microfilm of original records located in the National Archives in Washington, District of Columbia.

Index cards are grouped in time periods. Index cards within each time period are not in exact alphabetical order.

Includes separate index.

The following information is provided by the index for use in locating an individual on the passenger lists: Head of household, age, sex, name of ship, date of arrival, page and line numbers.



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