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SHIPS LISTS FROM THE "NEW YORK TIMES" 1856This project will transcribe names of passengers found in announcements and articles in the New York Times. There will be brief summaries (as shown below) of each ship arriving or leaving New York. If names of passengers were found, there will be a clickable link to take you directly to that list of names. This is an ongoing project, check back often to see what has been added.
With thanks to Transcriber Diane McClay
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includes such items as New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Immigrant Processing Stations at the Port of New York
May 1856 New York TimesMay 21, 1856 (issue number 1458, page 1)-article with a list of passenger’s names. It does not say what ship, or the destination, but it is after articles about Liverpool, and Have, and London.
May 21, 1856 (page 1)-article about some ships, and where, and when they arrived from. The ships are: the Canada, Washington, Cambria, Baltic, Fulton, Canadian, and Racer.
May 21, 1856 (page 8)-“Marine Intelligence” with list of passenger’s names List of ships “cleared”, “arrived”, “sailed”, “by cable”, “spoken”, “from foreign ports”.
May 22, 1856 (issue number 1459, page 1)- article about the Canadian, from Liverpool, and the America, from Liverpool and number of passengers.
May 22, 1856 (page 1)-article about the Fulton, arriving from Have.
May 22, 1856 (page 8)-article about ships “For Europe”, “For the British and North America”, and “For Southampton and Havre”
May 22, 1856 (page 8)-“Marine Intelligence” with list of passenger’s names List of ships “cleared”, and “arrived”.
May 23, 1856 (issue number 1460, page 8)-“Marine Intelligence” with passenger’s names. List of ships “cleared”, “arrived”, “sailed”, “spoken” and a “memoranda” from Capt. McKay, from the Atlas, from Antwerp, and “Ship news per Canada”.
Articles and Index book pages copied by Diane McClay, April 4, 2003
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