- Passenger and Immigration Lists: New York, 1820-1850
Passenger lists are important primary sources of arrival data for the vast majority of immigrants to the United States in the nineteenth century. In the mid-1800s, immigrants (particularly Irish, Germans, and Italians) flocked to the port of New York.
- Ontario and Nova Scotia Settlers, 1790-1860
Early settlers of Nova Scotia and Ontario included American colonists (particularly Loyalists) as well as English, Scottish, and Irish immigrants.
- Genealogical Records: Irish Source Records, 1500s-1800s
The information collected here is especially valuable since nearly all of Ireland’s pre-1901 census records were lost in a 1922 fire at the Public Records Office in Dublin.
- Scotch-Irish Settlers in America, 1500s-1800s
If you’ve got ancestors of Scotch-Irish descent, you’ll want to explore the 13 volumes available here.