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British immigration into the United States and Canada
30 May 2013
14:00 - 15:00
Are you someone with a North American connection? This talk will describe the general pattern of emigration from the British Isles to the US and Canada, but the emphasis will be on resources for 19th and 20th century immigration. Many passenger lists have now been indexed, and tips will be given to how to maximise your chance of success. If you are unable to trace the journey, a range of other resources may help you to locate your person. With perseverance and some luck, the new life of your emigrant may emerge.
Sharon Hintze is Director of the London Family History Centre in South Kensington, which is currently based at The National Archives at Kew. She is a frequent speaker and occasional writer on family history. Sharon is a fifth generation family historian.
Sponsored by the Friends of The National Archives.
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