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Welcome to North Dakota, Peace Garden State

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Most overseas immigrants to North Dakota came through the port of New York or other east coast ports. The Family History Library and the National Archives have U.S. passenger lists or indexes for the years 1820 to 1943, and for Canadian ports, 1865 to 1900.

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North Dakota's naturalization records (1873-1952) are indexed at the State Archives and Historical Research Library of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. These records represent the bulk of documentation pertaining to immigration and naturalization proceedings in the state, but not those individuals who were naturalized in federal court.

Did You Know?

  • A notable genealogical collection is the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Collection. This mixed collection includes transcripts of cemetery records, church records, genealogies, marriages, deaths, and wills from 3 counties—Barnes, Burleigh, and Towner. Read more...


Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties:
Allred | Buffalo | Buford | Burbank | Chippewa | Church | De Smet | Flanery | French | Garfield | Gingras | Howard | Kittson | Sheyenne | Stevens | Villard | Wallace | Wallette | Wynn

Major Repositories

North Dakota State Archives · Library of North Dakota · North Dakota State Univeristy Libraries · National Archives Rocky Mountain Region (Denver) · Family History Library

Migration Routes

Missouri River · Red River of the North · Great Northern Railway (U.S.) · Northern Pacific Railroad

Research Tools

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