- Transported Convicts, 1617 to 1669
- Walloons and French to Virginia, 1621
- Convicts to Virginia, 1633 to 1638
- Ship Defence, London to Boston 1635
- Weymouth to New England. 1635
- Transported Quakers, 1664 to 1666
- (NY) Dutch Petitions to the King, 1668-1669
- Suriname to Jamaica aboard the America, 1675
- Suriname to Jamaica aboard the Henry and Sarah, 1675
- Suriname to Jamaica aboard the HMS Hercules, 1675
- Passes to leave England, 1694
- French Refugees in Virginia, 1700
- St. Andrews Galley, Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 1737
- Criminal Pardons, 1770
- the bark Maria Magdalen, Rotterdam to New York, 1848
- the ship Washington, Dublin to New York, 1849
- the bark Halifax, Nova Scotia to Boston 1862
- SS Hibernian, Glasgow to Boston 1896
- Aliens Arriving in Port Laredo, Texas, 1907
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