Explore research in New York.
Goal 5: Learn about New York emigration and immigration.
A. Learn about New York emigration and immigration.
- Learn about the history of, and locations for, New York immigration.
- Find migration and travel routes for New York ancestors.
- Learn about New York emigration and immigration in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
FS—Wiki: New York Emigration and Immigration
- Learn about New York migration routes in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
FS—Wiki: New York Migration
- Explore additional links for New York immigration records on the LDSGenealogy site.
- FS: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924
- FS: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1891
- FS: New York Naturalization Index (Soundex), 1792-1906
- AC: New York, Naturalization Records, 1882-1944
- FS: New York, County Naturalization Records, 1791-1980
- AC: New York, Genealogical Records, 1675-1920
- AC: New York, New York, Naturalization Records, 1882-1944
- AC: New York, State and Federal Naturalization Records, 1794-1940
Goal 11: Search records from New York.
A Use the QUIKLinks (top of page) or New York County links (bottom) to quickly search common record collections for New York.
Note: To search records on these sites, you must be registered on the site or be at a FamilySearch Center.
- In the QUIKLinks, click the link for FamilySearch, Ancestry, Findmypast, or MyHeritage to view the corresponding record collection.
- Scroll down near the bottom of this page to see available county records. Click the name of the county for FamilySearch, or A for Ancestry, or L for Linkpendium.
B Explore additional record collections.
- In FamilySearch, explore the New York Online Genealogy Records page for a variety of record collections.
- In each program (FamilySearch, Ancestry, or Findmypast), explore additional record collections besides the ones listed in QUIKLinks on this page.
New York Counties
Name = FamilySearch; A = Ancestry; L = Linkpendium
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