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Salzburgische emigranten

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, welcher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Wir Endes unterschriebene sämtliche Einwohner der Gegend Broad-Bay genannt, in dem Ost-Theil der Provintz Neu-Engelland in America, Urkunden und bezeugen heimit, we[l]cher Gestallt, wir Anno 1742 im Monat Juny, nach einer Reise von 5 Wochen und

Political electricity; or, an historical & prophetical print in the year 1770 / Bute & Wilkes invent. ; Mercurius & Appeles fect.

The emigration to Connecticut

The lament of the Irish emigrant - a ballad / W. Sharp, del. ; printed by Sharp and Michelin.

The lament of the Irish emigrant - a ballad - poetry by the hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood

The lament of the Irish emigrant - a ballad - poetry by the hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood

The Massachusetts hoar, outwitted, or hopping-John, and Johnny-cake, for cod fish 'notions,' wide awake!!!

Auswanderer-karte und wegweiser nach Nordamerika.

Sigmund Freud Papers: Subject File, 1856-1988; Kaiserlich Königliches Allgemeines Krankenhaus, Vienna, Austria

An emigrant train attacked by hostile Indians on the prairie / Champney del. ; Nichols sc.

[Four scenes of European emigrants in America] / W.J. Hennessey del.

Carte figurative et approximative représentant pour l'année 1858 les émigrants du globe, les pays dóu ils partent et ceux oú ils arrivent /

Leaving old England for America

Sigmund Freud Papers: General Correspondence, 1871-1996; Heller, Victor

From the old to the new world - German emigrants for New York embarking on a Hamburg steamer

Emigrants leaving Queenstown for New York / M.F.

Chinese immigrants at the San Francisco custom-house / P. Frenzeny.

Immigrants landing at Castle Garden / drawn by A.B. Shults.

The emigrants Die auswanderer / / The Major & Knapp Engraving Co. 56 & 58 Park Place, N.Y.

The anti-Chinese wall--The American wall goes up as the Chinese original goes down / F. Grätz.

Which color is to be tabooed next? / Th. Nast.

"When the Spring-time comes, gentle"--Indian! Polygamous barbarian: "Much guns, much ammunition much whiskey, and much kill pale-face."/ / Th. Nast. Exiles from Russia--their first day in New York / from a sketch by S.F. Yeager

The balance of trade with Great Britain seems to be still against us--650 paupers arrived at Boston in the steamship Nestoria, April 15th, from Galway, Ireland, shipped by the British government / W.A. Rogers.

Uncle Sam presents his return quota of "assisted" immigrants

Leo XIII andenken

[Group of immigrants]

[Immigrants on deck of steamer]

The founders of Swedish Methodism

Citizens for trouble-making only / Keppler.

Immigrants at Battery Park, New York, N.Y

Immigrants at Battery Park, New York, N.Y.

[Motor car, Canadian Government Colonization Co.]

Motor car, Canadian Government Colonization Co.

At the entrance of the new world

Landing at Ellis Island

Emigrants coming to the "Land of Promise"

"Captains courageous" / Keppler.

Goodbye to old Ireland!--Passengers on tender at Queenstown, going out to an ocean-liner

Emigrants [i.e. immigrants] landing at Ellis Island /

Immigrants just arrived from Foreign Countries--Immigrant Building, Ellis Island, New York Harbor

Farewell to home--emigrants bound for England and America--on steamer at Göteborg, Sweden

How John may dodge the exclusion act / J.S. Pughe.

Arrival of emigrants [i.e. immigrants], Ellis Island /

Emigrants in "pens" at Ellis Island, New York, probably on or near Christmas --note the decorations

[Part of BALTIC's boatload of 1000 marriageable girls. 1907]

Italian emigrants on "Fried. de Grosse"

Immigrants on deck of "Fried. der Grosse" in steerage

Some of "Baltic's" 1000 girls

[Recently arrived persons, Ellis Island, N.Y.]

Emigrants on the steerage deck of FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE

Awaiting examination, Ellis Island

Immigrants on deck of S.S. "Amerika"

Ellis Island, N.Y. - one of the "1000 marriageable girls" on the "Baltic"

Arriving at Ellis Island

[Physicians examining a group of Jewish immigrants]

[Recently arrived persons at Ellis Island, N.Y.]

A Polish emigrant boarding ship - he carries trunk on his shoulders

Male immigrants at Ellis Island

Immigrants - Ellis Island

Immigrants at Ellis Island

Ellis Island, N.Y. - view from the torch of "Liberty"

Part of 1000 marriageable women on "Baltic"

The fool pied piper / Ehrhart.

New York--Ellis Island

Emigrants' room, C. & N.W. Ry. Chicago and North Western Railway station, Chicago, Ill

[Steerage children at play on FREIDRICH DER GROSSE]

Immigrants, Ellis Island

Group of Siberian emigrants

Congestion of colonist's luggage, Los Angeles, ca. 1910

Emigrants' room, C. & N.W. Ry. [Chicago and North Western Railway station], Chicago, Ill.

Immigrants from PRINZESS IRENE boarding ferry to take them to Ellis Island

PRINZESS IRENE ashore

Immigrants going to Ellis Island barge

A representative of the New York Bible Society distributing bibles and religious literature to the emigrants at Ellis Island, New York City

Ellis Island, N.Y. - immigrants from "Princess Irene"

Immigrants waiting to be transferred, Ellis Island, October 30, 1912

Two emigrants on the seashore

[New York City. Facade of Russian Immigrant home. 1913.]

U.S. inspectors examining eyes of immigrants, Ellis Island, New York Harbor

[View of Ellis Island, N.Y., looking across water toward immigration station]

The Italian

Immigrant family at Ellis Island. New York City. March 1917

For united America, YWCA division for foreign born women / C. Howard Walker ; Carey Print Lith. N.Y.

Barges [i.e., ferry boats] at Ellis Island

Bei Deutschland dauern der Wohlstand; bei Polen, Armut und Auswanderung / Kirchbach.

Exchanging news - two of the smaller members of the Greek colony which has been set up for repatriates from the Caucasus outside Salonica The boy lost one of his arms and legs in a railway accident. He is a great favorite in the camp.

[Illus. for article "an alien anti-dumping bill" in The Literary Digest, May 7, 1921, p. 13, reprinting a cartoon by Hallhan for Providence Evening Bulletin, showing funnel bridging Atlantic with top at Europe crammed with emigrants and bottom at U.S. with Uncle Sam permitting immigrants to trickle through]

Russian family on ORBITA

A Norwegian woman about to start for America bidding her people farewell

A Roumanian beauty out for a stroll in Sinaia. Tall, dark with jet black hair and eyes, they account for the Roumanian man's distaste for work and desire for pleasure, which makes Bucharest famous as the "gay Paris of the East" "I do." Making out an application for a trip to the land of advertised golden bricks. A Roumanian emigrant at the American Consulate in Bucharest. Daily hundreds are turned away because of the oversubscribed quota.

Boat unloading immigrants at Ellis Island, New York harbor

[Ann Riley]

Sigmund Freud Papers: Subject File, 1856-1988; Invoice, 1933

[Christ Riesen]

[S. G. Ruegg]

[Mrs. Emil Schaur]

[Amanda Sveum Klingelhofer]

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