Italian Passengers Lists

- Updated:28 Jan 2015


 - from the U.S. National Archives.
Italian Immigrants to United States - This site contains an extensive searchable Italian Passenger Listsdatabase of records on over half a million passengers who arrived at the United States between 1855 through 1900 and identified their country of origin as Italy or nationality as Italian. There are records of passengers who were U.S. citizens or non-U.S. citizens planning to continue their travels, returning to the U.S., or staying in the U.S. There are records of passengers arriving at the following ports: Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia; the bulk of the records are for passengers arriving at the Port of New York.

- Three databases available on-line, with lists of landing of the Italians in Argentina, Brazil and United States. The Documentation Center on the People and Cultures of Italian Origin in the World, set up by the Giovanni Agnelli Foundation in 1993, offers three separate data banks containing the transcription of the information contained in the passenger lists of the ships that arrived in New York, Buenos Aires and Vitoria (Italian nationals only).

Italians arrived in New York between 1880 and 1891
Elenco di emigranti di Isola del Cantone (Genova) e di Valle Scrivia (Genova e Alessandria, Italia) tratti dall'archivio degli Eredi di Francesco e Luigi Camicio agenti della Società "Veloce. Navigazione Italiana a Vapore - Genova"

Lists of Italian immigrants