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Kartei der Ansiedlungsorte, 1750-1943

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Gefilmt durch The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988
auf 4 Mikrofilmrollen ; 35 mm.


Mikrofilme aufgenommen von Karteikarten im Bundesarchiv Koblenz.

Archiv Serie R 57:6/1-9

Hohe Reduktionsverfilmung (42X), bitte starken Magnifikations-Leseapparat benutzen.

Index cards, the first group arranged alphabetically by village, which is cross-referenced to names of individual emigrants. Includes village name, jurisdictional unit, and province with "see" references to names of immigrants. The second group is arranged alphabetically by province or country, and by surname. Places of settlement include the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russia, Poland and Italy.

The term "Russia" in the subject heading refers to the locality designation in the historical Russian Empire or Soviet Union.


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