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Revision as of 00:52, 21 June 2009

U.S. Migration Routes
U.S. Migration Topics
Substitute Records 

Other records that show where people originated or settled are:

United States  >  Migration Internal
Wagons were bumpy—most pioneers walked or rode horseback beside the oxen pulling their wagons.
Key U.S. Migration Internet Links

Value of Migration Research

Mountains, forests, rivers, and the gaps between them channelled migration into predictable settlement patterns. Events like gold or land rushes, and Indian treaties also affected settlement. Migration research may help you discover:

  • a place of origin, previous hometown, or place where an ancestor settled
  • biographical details such as what they experienced, or with whom they traveled on their journey
  • clues for finding other records

Contents of U.S. Migration Records

Federal Census Years
1790 1820 1850 1880 1910
1800 1830 1860 1890 1920
1810 1840 1870 1900 1930
Blank forms for the US Census

Migration Records for Selected States

Key Reference Sources

Things you can do

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