Finding Answers in Naturalization Records

Amie Bowser Tennant
Jan 29, 2021
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In the 1900s
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Case Study #1
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Start with a Timeline
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Case Study #2
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About this webinar

Immigration research can begin right here in your own back yard. In fact, many researchers may feel inclined to “jump the pond” too quickly and overlook some wonderful sources. This lecture will cover two case studies using naturalization records and passenger lists in the 1930s and in the 1830s. Jump aboard as we discover your immigrant roots!

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About the speaker

Amie Bowser Tennant is The Genealogy Reporter bringing you genealogy news, education, and inspiration. She is a professional genealogist, nationally known speaker, and inter
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    Michelle Aulik
    2 years ago

    Bohemia as was never part of Hungary. They were both part of the Austria-Hungarian Empire. Bohemia is now part of the Czech Republic not Hungary.


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