Prior to 1908, people were able to move freely in either direction across the international boundary between the United States and Canada. No record exists of these border crossings. The following sites may be useful to those researching migrating ancestors on both sides of the border:
~ Site dedicated to tracking the migration of families from one point to another. Includes all 50 U.S. atates as well as a number of foreign countries.
Ellis Island/Port of New York Records
Great Lakes Passengers Lists
~Very comprehensive site for those researching ancestors who immigrated to Canada.
Immigration Records at the National Archives (NARA)
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
If you have migration or immigration information on Chippewa County,
or if you would like to suggest a site for inclusion on this page, please
contact the coordinator.
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