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This talk looks at immigration into Britain from the 16th to the 20th century and the relatively few sources that can be used to trace immigrants entering, and living, in this country. Records discussed can provide vital clues to the overseas origins of denizens or naturalised British citizens, as well as providing insight into their first years in their adopted country.
This course will share a story of the Western European immigration experience to the United States and research tips that will help you uncover your own family who immigrated from Western Europe.
This class will help you to find information to identify the ancestor in the records of his hometown. The Mexico-United States border crossing information and their content is analyzed during this class.