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Handbooks for Foreign Genealogical Research :
The Association of European Migration Institutions


Since the majority of readers who use the Local History and Genealogy Reading Room at the Library of Congress have family roots in Britain and Europe, some of them may find it helpful to contact a member of the Association of European Migration Institutions (A.E.M.I.). Each of the institutions listed below is concerned with migration to America, all of them have exhibitions portraying emigration, most of them have research facilities, and some have publications and arrange tours.

The Danes Worldwide Archives
Ved Vor Frue Kirke
P.O. Box 1731
DK-9100 Aalborg
Denmark

Institute of Migration
Piispankatu 3
20500 Turku
Finland

The German Emigration Museum
Inselstrasse 6
27568 Bremerhaven
Germany

Research Center Lower Saxons in the USA (NAUSA)
Institut für Politikwissenschaft II
Carl von Ossietzky Universität
Ammerländer Heerstrasse 115-118
Postfach 2503
26129 Oldenburg
Germany

Historic Emigration Office
Historisches Auswanderer-Büro
c/o Tourist Information am Hafen
Landungsbrücken zw. Brücke 4-5
Tourismus-Zentrale Hamburg Gmbh
Burchardsstrasse 14
P.O. Box 10 22 49
20095 Hamburg
Germany

Merseyside Maritime Museum
Maritime Records Centre
Albert Dock
Liverpool L3 4AA
Great Britain

The Ulster-American Folk Park
Camphill, Castletown
2 Mellon Road, Castletown, Omagh
Northern Ireland

Central Bureau voor Genealogie
Prins Willem Alexanderhof 22
2595 BE's-Gravenhage
The Netherlands

The Norwegian Emigration Center
Bergjelandsgt. 30
N-4012 Stavanger
Norway

The Norwegian Emigrant Museum
Norsk Utvandrer museum
Comkirkeodden pa. 2300
P.O. 1104
N-2301 Hamar
Norway

The House of Emigrants
Utvandrarnas Hus
Museiparken
P.O. Box 201
S-351 04
Vaxjo 1
Sweden
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