Hamburg Genealogy Resources Emigration - Introduction by Dieter Garling A history of the impact of the abolishment of serfdom on the poor rural residents of Mecklenburg and the ensuing exodus. Genealogical Society of Hamburg - Hamburg Society for Family Research The Genealogical Society of Hamburg eV was founded on 26 May 1918. The purpose of the recognized non-profit association is to this day promoting the study of the history of family contexts. Germans to America - Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 Indexes for both Direct Lists and Indirect Lists held in the Hamburg State Archive. Copies are in the LDS Family History Library. Hamburg - GenWiki Web page about Hamburg with a map of political divisions and links. Hamburg - Historic Emigration Office Member of The Association of European Migration Institutions. Researches passenger lists and provides a certificate. Fee $$ Hamburg Associations A listing of State Archives, Genealogical Association, Municipal Offices, and the 7 Districts and Offices of Hamburg. Hamburg Family History Research Page Ancestry.com - "Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Hamburg ancestors." Hamburg Genealogy Links Web page with links to Hamburg genealogical resources. Hamburg Passenger Lists Page on Family Search Wiki Using the Passenger Lists and Indexes as well as other related topics. Hapag-Lloyd Cruise Line The Website of the modern version of Hamburg America Lines, a division of TUI AG. Hapag-Lloyd History The story of the great Hamburg-based maritime transportation company, and its competition with Bremen-based Norddeutscher Lloyd, finally merging in 1970.. Mennonite Immigrants to Canada Departing from Hamburg, Germany: 1890-1898 Compiled by Richard D. Thiessen Mennonite Ship List 1872-1904 - Arrivals by Ship List of passenger ships, their itineraries and sailing dates, which carried German Mennonites who had left South Russia to go to the United States. Compiled by Jay M. Hubert. Quebec Passenger Lists: 1874-1880 with Names Compared to the Hamburg Passenger Lists and Families Cross Referenced to Church Registers. Annotations by Cathy Friesen Barkman Trace your German roots: Resources, Tools, Databases "Welcome to the Genealogy section. Here you will find the resources, tools, and databases to research your family history and plan your own "Route to your Roots" heritage trip to Germany." Transcribed Ships Manifests Departing From Germany "Ports of departure include: Altona, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Cuxhaven, Geestemunde, Hamburg, Stettin, Swinemunde (currently Swinoujscie, Poland), German Unspecified Ports."