1637RE: Ships Passenger Lists at Lethbridge Public Library
- May 23, 2003See details of Claire Neville's talk on this subject:
Judith Rempel, Webster
Alberta Family Histories Society
Canadian Genealogical Projects Register
1906 Census Transcription Centre
From: owner-dist-gen@... [mailto:owner-dist-gen@...]On Behalf Of Robert Boynton
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 11:52 PM
To: dist-gen@...; william campbell
Subject: Re: Ships Passenger Lists at Lethbridge Public LibraryBillThe same border entry lists are available at the Castell Library and they are all across the Nation. I do not know them by memory.I have rarely used them myself. At one point in time there was a lady in western Canada who had indexed portions of these records.RB----- Original Message -----From: william campbellSent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 8:58 PMSubject: Re: Ships Passenger Lists at Lethbridge Public LibraryHi Rob:
Thank you for that helpful information on passenger lists and Border Entry Crossing Records in LPL.
Do you happen to know the locations of those border points that are in the records? I assume they are physically located on the border and not Ports of Entry like we now have at airports all over the country.
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