David Dreyer's Ship List
1896 - 1938
Data extracted from passenger arrival manifests & border crossing records for the ports of
Baltimore, Ellis Island, Galveston, Philadelphia, Canadian ports and Bremen departure records
Last Updated 24 February, 2021
Many thanks to David Dreyer and Wayne Bartl for their
dedicated and extraordinary research in the extraction and compilation of this
valuable ancestry data.
Thanks also to Pete Schmidt who helped David Dreyer over the years to bring this data to the Internet.
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1. "Morton-Allan Directory of European passenger
Steamship Arrivals", Baltimore, 1987
2. Hungarian Royal Central Statistical Office, "Hungarian Statistical Publications", Vol. 67, p. 47, 1918
3. Regenyi, Isabella and Scherer, Anton, "Donauschwabeabische Ortsnamen Buch", AKdFF, Second corrected edition, Darmstadt, 1987
4. Tepper, Michael, "American Passenger Arrival Records", Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore 1988
5. "Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals". Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications. National Archives Trust Fund Board, Washington DC 1983
6. "A Century of European Migrations 1830-1930, R. J. Vecoli and S, M Sinke, Eds. Univ Ill Press 1991.
7. "Round-Trip To America", M Wyman. Cornell Univ Press 1993
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