Portugal Emigration and Immigration

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Portugal Gotoarrow.png Emigration and Immigration

Portugal Passenger Lists

From around 1836-1976 the Azores was split into three districts:

  • Angra do Heroismo: consisting of Terceira, Sao Jorge & Graciosa
  • Horta: consisting of Pico Faial, Flores & Corvo
  • Ponta Delgada: consisting of Sao Miguel & Santa Maria

It is my understanding that for this time period all passports on the Azores were issued through one of these three districts.  The Government of the Azores has a digital collection consisting of passports issued at Ponta Delgada on this web site:

http://www.culturacores.azores.gov.pt/ig/passaportes/Default.aspx


Websites

Wiki articles describing online collections are found at: