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It's our experience that eMail forms do not always work. It will be more reliable to just send an eMail message with the Who, What, Where, When to:

DALevy @ MaritimeHeritage.org

Note: The focus of the site/research is 1800s, Port of San Francisco. Approximate dates are very important due to the volume of shipping traffic to/from The City.


The Project

Focus is locating and providing passenger lists and stories of immigrants and opportunists sailing from world seaports into San Francisco Bay during the 1800s.

Sources

As noted on entries throughout the site.

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Inquiries

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    ShipPassengers.com
    PassengerLists.org
    SeaportsOfTheWorld.com
    WikiMaritime.com
    WikiSeaports.com
    ThePassengerLists.com
    InternationalHarbors.com

Sources: As noted on entries and through research centers including National Archives, San Bruno, California; San Francisco Main Library History Collection; Maritime Library, San Francisco, California, various Maritime Museums around the world.

Please inform us if you link from your site. Please do NOT link from your site unless your site specifically relates to immigration in the 1800s, family history, maritime history, international seaports, and/or California history.