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A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776. I. Daniel Rupp. Paperback, (1875, 1898), reprinted 2013, Addenda, Appendix, 510 pp.
This work, which was compiled by Professor I. Daniel Rupp more than 100 years ago, remains one of the most sought after reference books when researching early immigration to Pennsylvania. The book contains over 300 ships' passenger lists with 30,000 names listed, arranged chronologically, of individuals landing primarily in Philadelphia, but from other ports as well. Included are names of the ships on which they arrived, as well as the dates of arrival. Several additional lists are provided in the Appendix, including Names and ages of heads of families remaining in the City of New York in 1710; Names of the first Palatines in North Carolina as early as 1709 and 1710; Names of males, Salzburgers, settled in Georgia, 1734 to 1741; and more.