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Search by name(s) in the EUTERPE/STAR OF INDIA Passengers & Crew site

Journal by chargerchazz

Finding names of passengers and crew who were aboard the immigrant ship EUTERPE is easy, using the San Diego Maritime Museum web site. Just search for "EUTERPE/STAR OF INDIA Passengers and Crew" with your favorite browser.

For the late 1800s emigrants and crews bound from the UK and some other European ports, you will find quick answers to your search for relatives you believe emigrated to New Zealand and Australia in the late 1800s. Also, because EUTERPE was in the salmon fisheries trade with the Alaska Packers Association from 1901 until 1923, all available data from that period has also been inserted into this COMPREHENSIVE, detailed list. CAUTION: (1) a small number of 1870s logs and passenger lists have not yet been found. (2) If you're looking for possible emigrants who sailed in the 1800s aboard one of the two WOODEN-hulled STAR OF INDIA ships, this data is not collected. San Diego's STAR OF INDIA is still actively sailing at San Diego, and used to be named EUTERPE. She got her new name in 1906 when the Alaska Packers requested the name change from the US Government; she is IRON hulled, and definitely NOT one of the two wooden "STAR OF INDIA" emigrant ships to New Zealand and Australia.

San Diego's Maritime Museum library [ librarian@sdmaritime.org ] has a small number of photos of emigrants, and is able to provide copies if requested.

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by chargerchazz Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-11-10 11:53:58

Researching Slovak ancestry, New Zealand and Australian settler families of ship Euterpe, and Southern California sea and land transportation.

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