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Philadelphia, PA - USA
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Passenger lists, ships, history, palatine genealogy and more for immigrants into the port of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania.

ISTG - Philadelphia Arrivals Vol. 1
A partial listing of ships passenger lists (1727-1887) for the port of Philadelphia which have been transcribed by volunteers at the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild.

ISTG - Philadelphia Arrivals Vol. 2
A partial listing of ships passenger lists (1727-1855) for the port of Philadelphia which have been transcribed by volunteers at the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild.

ISTG - Philadelphia Arrivals Vol. 3
A partial listing of ships passenger lists (1684-1907) for the port of Philadelphia which have been transcribed by volunteers at the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild.

ISTG - Philadelphia Arrivals Vol. 4
A partial listing of ships passenger lists (1727-1855) for the port of Philadelphia which have been transcribed by volunteers at the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. THere are a few repeats here from Volume 2.

List of Ships to Philadelphia
Dates and ship names from the book "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke, published in 1934 by the Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA.

PA GenWeb - Passenger Lists Archives
Transcriptions of passenger lists for ships which arrived in Pennsylvania during the 1600s and 1700s. There are a lot of repeats from the ISTG passenger lists (above).

Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Philadelphia 1800-1819
By Elizabeth P. Bentley Michael H. Tepper (Editor)
The Philadelphia "baggage lists" included in this book identify about 40,000 passengers - most from Great Britain (especially Northern Ireland) and Germany. In many cases there is also data on such items as ages, nationalities, former places of residence, occupations, destinations and the names and relationships of accompanying family members.

Pennsylvania State Archives - Ships Passenger Lists
The Pennsylvania State Archives maintains official ships' passenger lists recording the arrival of Continental Europeans (chiefly German, Dutch, Swiss and French) at the Port of Philadelphia, 1727-1744, 1746-1756, 1761, 1763-1775, 1785-1808.

Philadelphia Passenger Lists Index 1800-1906
A listing of FHL and NARA Microfilm Catalog Numbers for the 151 rolls of microfilm which cover the Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, PA, 1800-1906. Compiled by Joe Beine. The actual microfilm is available at the National Archives and your local Family History Center.

Philadelphia Passenger Lists Index 1883-1948
A listing of FHL and NARA Microfilm Catalog Numbers for the 151 rolls of microfilm which cover the Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, PA, 1883-1948. Compiled by Joe Beine. The actual microfilm is available at the National Archives and your local Family History Center.

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