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Check the 6 volume set Migration from the Russian Empire edited by Ira Glazier.
It lists all passengers by date of arrival, ship and then lists passengers by name, age and occupation. I believe it includes
1882 as Vol. 4 is 1888.
I found my great grandparents and grandfather original surname there in 1888 because I knew all their first names and the month of their arrival.
Hope this helps.
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From: Minnie Schreck <mmsandfriends@...>
Date: 7/29/20 4:50 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] Name Tocherre #names #yiddish
hello, is there a way to find a list of ship names/manifests for arrivals of Yiddish speakers from Russia? My husband's great-grandfather, Israel Divac arrived in 1882 and the 1920 census for Philadelphia listed his spoken language as Yiddish and his origins from Russia. Minnie Schreck
On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 2:58 PM Marsha Paiste <marsha.paiste@...> wrote:
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