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Massachusetts, New Bedford Passenger and Crew Lists, 1902-1943
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New Bedford, 
Bristol, Massachusetts, 
United States
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Record Description
Record Type Passenger and Crew Lists
Record Group RG 85: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service
Collection years 1902-1943
Microfilm Publication T944. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Bedford, MA, 1902-1942.. 8 rolls.
Arrangement By Date of Arrival
National Archives Identifier 4397773
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Passenger list ship arrivals at Bedford, Massachusetts from July 1st, 1902 to July 1942. The passenger lists are from National Archives microfilm publication T944 part of Record Group 85 Records of the Immigration and Naturaliztion Service.

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  • Manifest of Alien Passengers
  • No on List
  • Name inFull
  • Age:Yrs/Mos
  • Sex
  • Married/Single
  • Calling or Occupation
  • Nationality
  • Race or People
  • Last Residence
  • Final Destination
  • Weather ever before in the United States and if so when or where ?
  • Weather going to join a relative or friend. Name and complete address

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