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Naturalization Records

Naturalization Records are very important to your genealogical research. They can help you find the date, ship, and port of arrival, and the place of birth for your ancestor.

How much information is found on them will depend on when the naturalization was done. The naturalization process did not have to happen in one court, or in one state. It was not mandatory and not all aliens became citizens, and not all completed the process once they started it.

Naturalization in Arkansas gives you an overview of the process and what information you can expect to find on naturalization papers

Search Arkansas Naturalization Index 1809-1906 [ free database]

You should also search substitute records for that important immigration or naturalization year -- Alien Registrations, Census Records, City Directories, Land Records, Ships Passenger Lists, Newspapers, Passport Applications, and Voters Registrations

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