They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records and Ethnic Origins

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Ancestry Publishing, 1998 - Reference - 294 pages

America is a nation of immigrants. Through naturalization records, genealogists, historians, and other scholars trace the immigration stores of individuals and groups that traveled from afar to call themselves Americans. They Became Americans provides an accurate, readable, and interesting historical framework for the citizenship process. It suggests ways of finding naturalization records and discusses the weaknesses and strengths of the different types of records. If naturalization records are not to be found, They Became Americans points to a variety of alternative sources for finding immigrant origins.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
How to Find Immigration and Naturalization Information
49
Naturalization Courts and Processes
89
Published Naturalization Records and Indexes
131
Immigration and Naturalization Service
153
CHAPTER 6
185
Finding Naturalization Information on the Internet
231
APPENDIX
249
APPENDIX C
267
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