- United States Passport Applications, 1795-1925 (Ancestry.com).
- United States Consular Posts Emergency Passport Applications, 1915-1926 (Ancestry and Jewishgen)
- Passport Master Index, 1906-1959 (NARA).
US State Department Files
Many include documents of births, marriages and deaths of US citizens abroad; settlement of the foreign estates of US citizens who died abroad; lists and correspondence ofUS citizens temporarily or permanently residing abroad. Names of people who were not US citizens were often mentioned and are included in this database.
Philadelphia Bank Immigrant Passage Records, 1890-1949:
Registers of Detained Immigrants, 1904 - 1912:
Send an inquiry to the National Archives in Philadelphia. email@example.com Ask if they can check the Registers of Detained Immigrants, 1904 - 1912, for that ship arrival (provide the ship name and date) for any reference to your immigrant (provide the name). What you are asking them to check is identified in the NARA catalog with the NAID number 567230. Be sure to provide that NAID number. If he was detained at all he should be listed in the register, along with additional information as to why he was held and what happened after that. (Source: Marian Smith 9/12/22)
New Jersey Newspapers
New Jersey Naturalizations 1796-1991
New Jersey County Naturalizations 1749-1986
New Jersey Essex County Naturalizations
New Jersey Newark US District Naturalizations 1914-1945
New Jersey Birth Index 1901-1903
New Jersey Marriage Index 1901-2016
New Jersey Death Index 1901-2017
The Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University
Dmytro Bratush Collection
Harvard Library Immigration to the United States 1789-1930
Subject: (US) Harvard Library Immigration to the United States 1789-1930
From: "Jan Meisels Allen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2019 10:43:06 -0800
Harvard Library has a collection on voluntary immigration to the United
States 1789-1930. This period covers from the signing of the US Constitution
to the start of the Great Depression. The digital collection of historical
documents emanates from Harvard's libraries, archives and museums. The
collection includes over 400,000 pages from 2,200 books, pamphlets and
serials; 7,800 photographs and over 9,600 pages from manuscript and archival
collections. You can view the articles directly.
To access the collection go to: https://tinyurl.com/y3zcpprj
By placing the word "Jewish" in the search field there were many hits,
including correspondence, a list of old Jewish cemeteries in South Carolina,
reports from United Hebrew Charities of New York City, Jewish musicians,
evidence of pogroms in Poland and Ukraine, Jewish Immigration to the United
States from 1881 to 1910 and many more.
using any of the materials.