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Brasil, São Paulo, Porto de Santos, Lista de Passageiros e Imigrantes
This collection includes lists of passengers, especially immigrants, who arrived at the Port of Santos in São Paulo. These records were kept by the Serviços de Polícia Marítima, Aérea e de Fronteiras (Maritime, Air and Border Police Services), and are currently housed at the Arquivo Nacional (National Archive) in Rio de Janeiro.
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- Serviços de Polícia Marítima, Aérea e de Fronteiras. Brazil, São Paulo, Port of Santos, Passenger and Immigrant Lists. Arquivo Nacional, Rio de Janeiro.
These passenger and immigrant lists may include:
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- Family members
- Date of arrival
- Date and port of departure
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Related Wiki Articles
- Brazil Immigration Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)
- Brazil Emigration/Immigration
- Brazil Emigration and Immigration
- Brazilian Research: Getting Started
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