40+ Genealogy Tutorials for Immigration and Migration Research

Immigration, migrationThe Immigrant Research series is provided as a sampling the resources you will find on MyGenShare.com.  These slideshows are part of the Genealogy Records category featuring an online library designed to help genealogists and family historians learn about records, research skills and processes to advance the joining of generations.

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A listing of the available video in this series is as follows:

  1. Immigration and migration #1: Immigration and Migration – America – People on the Move
  2. Immigration and migration #2: Immigration and Migration – Step 1 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  3. Immigration and migration #3: Immigration and Migration – Step 2 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  4. Immigration and migration #4: Immigration and Migration – Step 2 – Example of Scot – Irish Immigration
  5. Immigration and migration #5: Immigration and Migration – Step 3 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  6. Immigration and migration #6: Immigration and Migration – Step 4 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  7. Immigration and migration #7: Immigration and Migration – Step 5 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  8. Immigration and migration #8: Immigration and Migration – Records to Research
  9. Immigration and migration #9: Immigrant research
  10. Immigration and migration #10: Immigrant research begins with four facts
  11. Immigration and migration #11: Additional facts to support your immigrant’s identity
  12. Immigration and migration #12: What must you learn to find your immigrant ancestor’s origins?
  13. Immigration and migration #13: Use federal census records for immigrant research
  14. Immigration and migration #14: Use death records for immigrant research
  15. Immigration and migration #15: Researching the colonial immigrant
  16. Episode16: What was the foreign name?
  17. Immigration and migration #17: Finding the ancestor’s real surname
  18. Immigration and migration #18: Finding an event date is important to immigrant research
  19. Immigration and migration #19: Finding the relatives is important to immigrant research
  20. Immigration and migration #20: Identifying the immigrant
  21. Immigration and migration #21: Finding other information to help identify the immigrant
  22. Immigration and migration #22: What more can I learn about the immigrant?
  23. Immigration and migration #23: Learning about other family members in immigrant research
  24. Immigration and migration #24: Learn about religious preferences in immigrant research
  25. Immigration and migration #25: Learn about friends and neighbors in immigrant research
  26. Immigration and migration #26: Looking for geographic clues in immigrant research
  27. Immigration and migration #27: Learn about the records created during immigration
  28. Immigration and migration #28: Beginning immigration research
  29. Immigration and migration #29: Italian immigration
  30. Immigration and migration #30: Native American immigration
  31. Immigration and migration #31: African immigration
  32. Immigration and migration #32: German immigration
  33. Immigration and migration #33: Irish immigration
  34. Immigration and migration #34: Norwegian and Swedish immigration
  35. Immigration and migration #35: Danish and Finnish immigration
  36. Immigration and migration #36: Russian immigration
  37. Immigration and migration #37: Polish immigration
  38. Immigration and migration #38: Japanese immigration
  39. Immigration and migration #39: Mexican immigration
  40. Immigration and migration #40: Cuban immigration
  41. Immigration and migration #41: Puerto Rican immigration
  42. Immigration and migration #42: Chinese immigration