An Annotated List of the Most Valuable
Online Resources on Immigration
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INS: History, Genealogy, and Education
site contains instructions for historical and genealogical research
using INS records. It will also be the future home of information
and resources designed for the use of primary and secondary school
Historical Research Tools, including legislative history, nationality
interpretations, and information on family history research, Read
or print an
Overview of INS History, and browse other
Immigrant Arrival Records (about the records and research tools).
See especially the catalog
Ports of Entry & their Records. What immigration records
were created when, and where, since 1892.
Naturalization Records (what they are, about INS copies since
Chinese Immigrant Files (Catalogs of holdings in Regional Archives
and in Washington, DC). Kids, teachers, and parents will want to
Kids' Corner and
Teacher Resources. This month in
Immigration History takes a closer look at important or interesting
events in immigration history.
Island time line, and online exhibits on immigration.
Ethnic Mosaic of the Quad Cities
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