Re: Records of brief stay near HAMBURG waiting for ship? #lithuania


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Diane Jacobs wrote: >>I'm looking for information about how people >from other countries lived,
and how they made arrangements to catch ships in Hamburg, when they started
elsewhere.>>

Emigrants could stay in a special area called Veddel that was near the ships.
An Emigration Museum in Hamburg tells a lot about what emigrants experienced there.
See:
http://www.ballinstadt.net/BallinStadt_emigration_museum_Hamburg/english_BallinS
tadt_das_Auswanderermuseum_Hamburg_besonderes_Ausflugsziel_Ausflugsort_Erlebniso
rt_Freizeit_leisureworkgroup_Geschaeftsfuehrer_Jens_Nitschke_Berater_Museen_Fach
mann_Entwicklung_Konzeption_Design_Erlebniswelt_Erlebnismuseum.html

I also found the following by an individual that may be useful:
http://www.mindspring.com/~jslj/Moreontrip.html

Irene Galvin
Slobodka/Kovno: FLAUM, FARBER, DUSHKES, KADYSHON

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The museum site may also be reached through
http://tinyurl.com/44f9ws7

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