More Passenger Lists Rescued by Clifford Neal Smith

We recently featured a number of scarce German passenger list books compiled by the late genealogist Clifford Neal Smith from rich but obscure sources. Mr. Smith derived many of his passenger records from “buried” secondary works–including historical monographs written in German–books that even the conscientious genealogist was unlikely to discover.

Between 2003 and 2006, we reprinted 15 of Clifford Smith’s ships’ passenger lists (including one or two pertaining to French records), hopefully bringing them to the attention of a wider audience than he was able to reach as a self-publishing author. Below are the remaining seven volumes that we commend to the attention of all students of German genealogy.

Nineteenth-Century Emigration from Kreis Simmern (Hunsrueck), Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany to Brazil, England, Russian Poland, and the United States of America

Emigrants from the West-German Fuerstenberg Territories (Baden and the Palatinate) to America and Central Europe 1712, 1737, 1787

Nineteenth-Century Germans to America: A Consolidation of Six Pamphlets Identifying Emigrants from Baden-Wuerttemberg, Hamburg, Bremen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rheinland-Pfalz and Schleswig-Holstein

Emigrants from Fellbach (Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany), 1735-1930

Emigrants from the Former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (Now Niedersachsen), Germany, Mainly to the United States, 1830-1849

French and British Land Grants in the Post Vincennes (Indiana) District, 1750-1784

Reconstructed Passenger Lists for 1850.  Hamburg to Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, and the United States, Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4

Image credit: Cover Oceanic Steamship Company SS Australia Passenger List 1899, via Wikimedia Commons.

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