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United States, Border Crossings from Canada, 1895-1956
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This collection consists of manifests and other border crossing records of citizens and aliens entering the United States through Canada at various ports of entry from 1895 to 1956. The most common information available includes the individual’s name, age, gender, date of arrival, and arrival port. The records may also include marital status, birth date, birth place, last residence, destination, port of departure, and nationality--as well as the names and addresses of family members both in the United States and the home country.<br><br>The ports of entry included in this collection, by US state, are as follows: <br><ul><li> Idaho: Eastport (1924-1956); Porthill (1923-1952)<br></li><li> Maine: Vanceboro (1906-1952); Calais (1906-1952); Jackman (1909-1953)<br></li><li> Michigan: Detroit (1906-1954)<br></li><li> Minnesota: Noyes (1912-1956); Baudette, Warroad, and International Falls (1910-1923)<br></li><li> Montana: Havre, Loring, Opheim, Raymond, Turner, Westby, and White Tail (1924-1956); Chief Mountain, Cut Bank, Del Bonita, Gateway, Great Falls, and Roosville (1923-1956); Babb (1928-1956)<br></li><li> New York: Buffalo, Lewiston, Niagara Falls, and Rochester (1902-1954); Alexandria Bay, Cape Vincent, Champlain, Clayton, Fort Covington, Mooers, Rouses Point, Thousand Island Bridge, and Trout River (1929-1956); Hogansburg, Malone, Morristown, Nyando, Odgensburg, Rooseveltown, and Waddington (1929-1956)<br></li><li> North Dakota: Dunseith, Neche, Pembina, Saint John, and Walhalla (1912-1956); Ambrose, Antler, Carbury, Fortuna, Noonan, Northgate, Portal, Sherwood, and Westhope (1921-1952); Northgate and Saint John (1910-1921)<br></li><li> Vermont: St. Albans (1895-1952); Small ports in Vermont (1895-1924)</li></ul><br>Comprised of the following NARA publications by order of frequency: M1461, M1480, M1478, M1463, A3460, A3448, M2071, M1462, A3447, M2042, A3491, A3386, M1481, M1482, M2046, A3462, A3560, A3479, A3490.
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Lawrence H AurieArrival: June 19 1928, Detroit, Michigan, United States
Lawrence Henry "Little Dempsey" Aurie was a Canadian professional ice hockey right winger who played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Cougars, Detroit Falcons and Detroit Red Wings.