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Emigrants from Hamburg to Australasia 1874-75

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QFHB017
UPC:
1921171073
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Media: BOOK - paperback, 170 pages
Author: E. Kopittke & R. Kopittke
Year: 2006
ISBN: 1921171073
Other: sketches, index, bibliog
Publisher: Queensland Family History Society

The latest in this on-going series of passengers from Hamburg, this book details direct from the original Hamburg passenger lists, records of passengers departing from the port of Hamburg for Australia and New Zealand in 1874 and 1875.

Vital details such as former place of residence, occupation and age are included for approx. 3500 emigrants who sailed on eleven ships bound for Australasian ports, including Brisbane (Qld), Wellington, Napier and Lyttelton (NZ). Listed by ship, the passengered are indexed giving a reference as to which ship they came on.

For each ship, physical details are listed together with newspaper reports published on the arrival of the ship in Australia.

Includes introductory guide to use of the lists, notes on sailing vessels, German letters, occupations, a table of German place names, list of sources and bibliography.

Contents:
Introduction
Identifying Sailing Vessels
German Letters
Countries, States and Provinces
Occupations

1874 Ships
'Herschel' to Brisbane, Queensland
'Reichstag' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Gutenberg' to Lyttleton, New Zealand
'Humboldt' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Fritz Reuter' to Napier, New Zealand

1875 Ships
'Lammershagen' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Friedeburg' to Napier, New Zealand
'Herschel' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Shakespeare' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Terpsichore' to Wellington, New Zealand
'Gutenberg' to Wellington, New Zealand

Index
- How to use the Index
- Alphabetic List of Emigrants
Sources and Bibliography

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