Never dealt with this before:
A relative moved away, she ended up moving to New York City.
So I have four artifacts that I want to put into their own source:
- 1916: US Dept. of Labor Form 1, Canada, entitled "LIST OR MANIFEST OF ALIEN PASSENGERS APPLYING FOR ADMISSION" (undated, but this is from 1916 per familysearch) (might have been dated on the first sheet)
- 1916: US Dept. of Labor Form 54S (or 548?), entitled MANIFEST (on one passenger only)
- 1931: US Dept. of Labor Form 2202-L-A: Declaration of Intention (includes photo)
- 1933: US Dept. of Labor Form 2204-L-A: Petition for Citizenship
I assume there is one further form to indicate citizenship was granted, no? What would that be called?
Is there a description of the set of records normally expected associated to immigrants to that country?
But the main question is what would I call these four items as sources?
And in RM7 I notice only two migration related source templates:
Immigration-Emigration Rolls, Databases
Immigration-Emigration Rolls, Images
Is either of these appropriate for all 4 of these records? (I would assume the Images one, since these are all images from familysearch)