Emigration and immigration
Found in 5 records:
This collection includes a history of the Deitzler, Ditzler, or Dietzler family from their arrival in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, as well as a brief history of settlement of Germans in Pennsylvania. The collection also includes several photographs of Deitzler family members and locations significant to the family in Pennsylvania.
This collection includes Lewis Timothy Litchfield's diary, 1854-1855, containing an account of his trip and settlement in Lawrence, Kansas, as part of the second Emigrant Aid party, and a certificate presented to Litchfield from his English study at Cambridge High School in Massachusetts.
A paper presented to the Western Historical Society Conference, October 16-18, 1980.
This collection consists of photocopied family correspondence from the 19th century, including family members who lived in New York City, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Kansas before, during, and after the United States' Civil War.
This collection contains correspondence between William and Donna Mitchell, and various individuals and families seeking help with immigration to the United States from China. Also included are newspapers from Hong Kong, and various photographs of individuals and families, as well as some photographs from activities conducted by the Kansas Republican party.