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Alphabetical manifest cards of alien arrivals at Vanceboro, Maine, ca. 1906-December 24, 1952 : National Archives microfilm publications, M2071

United States Immigration and Naturalization Service ; [description] compiled by Benjamin Guterman
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Washington, D.C. : National Archives and Records Service. General Services Administration, 1957, 1999
13 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; M2071


Maine, Alien Arrivals are available online, click here.

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

High reduction (42x) microfilm. Use high magnification reader.

"On the thirteen rolls of this microfilm publication, M2071, are reproduced card manifests of alien arrivals at Vanceboro, ME, ca. 1906-December 24, 1952. The cards are arranged alphabetically and include permanent and temporary arrivals. A few cards document arrivals between 1888 and 1905, and rolls 10 and 11 include a few arrivals at Halifax, Nova Scotia, and St. John, New Brunswick. These records are part of the Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Record Group (RG) 85." -- p. 1.

May include name, age, sex, marital status, place of birth, citizenship, place of last permanent residence, port and date of arrival, destination, name and address of the friend or relative the alien intended to join, and other information.

Some of the records are faint and may be hard to read. The original records were destroyed after microfilming.



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