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St. Albans District manifest records of aliens arriving from foreign contiguous territory : arrivals at Canadian border ports from January 1895 to June 30, 1954 ; Indexes (Soundex), 1895-1952

St. Albans District manifest records of aliens arriving from foreign contiguous territory
Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
  • Washington, D.C. : Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1957, 1986
  • Washington, D.C. : National Archives and Records Administration,
1161 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; M1464

Notes

An index for Border Crossings From Canada to United States is available online, click here.

Vermont, St. Albans Canadian Border Crossings are available online, click here.

Original records were destroyed after microfilming and are not available.

"The Soundex index is in two series. The first (M1461) covers the years 1895-1924, and the second (M1463) 1924-1954. Each are composed of the individual card manifests (Form 528) arranged according to the Soundex code. Each card represents an abstract of the information found on the original passenger manifest or in the case of Canadian residents what would have appeared on a manifest. The cards also serve as an index to the manifests for non-Canadians. This publication includes the names of people who crossed the border in Washington, Montana, Michigan, New York, North Dakota, and Minnesota, in fact all along the U.S. Canadian border"--Canadian Arrivals, p. 4.

"The Manifests of passengers arriving in the St. Albans District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic ports, 1895-1954, (M1464 and M1465) provides two types of lists. The traditional passenger lists on U.S. Immigration forms are found as well as monthly lists of names of aliens crossing the border on trains. These monthly lists are arranged by month, [and year] thereunder alphabetically by name of port, and thereunder by railway"--Canadian Arrivals, p. 5.

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