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This 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

Scroll down to read the available dates online on Olive Tree Genealogy. If we haven't yet transcribed the date you need, you can search the New York Times online on another site.

Brick Wall Ancestors? If the date of arrival is known, you can read the arrival report in a New York newspaper. The New York Times is available at many libraries (publication began in September, 1851). You can also search the NY Times online from 1857-1906.

Featured New York Ships Passenger Lists on CD ROM
includes such items as New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Immigrant Processing Stations at the Port of New York
1624-31 July 1855: no receiving station
1 Aug. 1855-18 Apr. 1890: Castle Garden
19 Apr. 1890-31 Dec. 1891: Barge Office
1 Jan. 1892-14 june 1897: Ellis Island
15 June 1897-16 Dec. 1900: Barge Office
17 Dec. 1900-1924: Ellis Island

New York Times 1907
July 1, 1907 (pg 2)-article about the ship Umbria (Cunard liner) from Liverpool, arrival to N. Y., and list of some of the passengers The article tells about a passenger who became violent.

July 1, 1907 (pg 7)-article about the French liner La Touraine, that arrived from Havre. The article tells about ice problems, and lists some passengers.

July 1, 1907 (pg 15)-“Shipping and Mails” list of names of ships “outgoing”, “incoming”, “by cable”, “from foreign ports”, and “arrived”. at N. Y.

July 2, 1907 (pg 2)-large article about the collision of ships Rosalind and Seniac. It lists some passenger names.

July 2, 1907 (pg 3)-article about the collision of ship Hesperides, from Buenos Ayres, that “arrived yesterday”, and the steamship Persian.

July 2, 1907 (pg 9)-article about “Ocean Travelers”, a list of 4 ships and some of the passengers on each ship.

July 2, 1907 (pg 15)- “Shipping and Mails” list of names of ships that “arrived”, “outgoing”, “incoming”, “by cable”, and “from foreign ports”

July 3, 1907 (pg 7)-article about “Ocean Travelers”, a list of 2 ships, and the names of some of the passengers on each ship

July 3, 1907 (pg 15)-“Shipping and Mails”, a list of the names of ships that “arrived”, “outgoing”, “incoming”, “by cable”, and “from foreign ports”

July 4, 1907 (pg 7)-article about “Ocean Travelers”, a list of 4 ships, and the names of some of the passengers on each ship.

July 4, 1907 (pg 13)- “Shipping and Mails” list of names of ships that “arrived”, and are “outgoing”, and “incoming”, reported “by cable”, and data from “foreign ports ”about ships that arrived and sailed.

Articles and Index book pages copied by Diane McClay, March 28, 2003

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