Migration to new worlds. [Merseyside Maritime Museum] [electronic resource], 1806-1986 1835-1939
- Electronic reproduction of selected materials from the Merseyside Maritime Museum. The collection brings together first-hand accounts from emigrant passengers leaving Liverpool for Australia, New Zealand, United States and Canada, and includes business papers of some of the most influential emigration shipping lines operating from Liverpool. Photographs from the McRoberts Collection showcase ocean liners and shipping from major shipping lines around the world used to transport emigrants during the mid-19th century through to the 1980s, including those of the following lines: Cunard; Allan; Inman; Holland Amerika; Anchor; White Star; Norddeutscher Lloyd; Dominion; Black Ball.
- Ships—England—Liverpool—Pictorial works
- Shipping companies (Marine transportation)—England—Liverpool—History—Sources
- Ocean liners—England—Liverpool—History—Sources
- Immigrants—Transportation—Great Britain—Colonies—History—Sources
- Assisted emigration—England—Liverpool—History—Sources
- Great Britain—Emigration and immigration—History—Sources
- Liverpool (England)—Emigration and immigration—History—Sources
- Title from Documents page, viewed on 7 Apr. 2016; part title supplied by cataloguer.
Includes material by or about the following people: J. Bruce Ismay, T.H. Ismay, James Baines, John Hedges.
- Location of Originals:
- Merseyside Maritime Museum
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