The Norwegian Emigration (DNU) researches and disseminates Norwegian emigration and immigration history. The Norwegian Emigration Center was established in 1986 to help the descendants of Norwegians abroad to find their Norwegian roots - exactly 150 years after the brigantine "North" and "The Norwegian rock" left Stavanger headed to America, with a total of 167 emigrants on board.
Passenger Lists available for most transatlantic steamship lines with major collections for American Line, Anchor Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Canadian Pacific Ocean Services (CPOS), CGT-French Line, Cunard Line, Hamburg-American Line, Holland America Line, North German Lloyd and White Star Line.
Includes and index of ships, over 100 passenger lists, voyage account descriptions, pictures & articles. Information about what transatlantic company the emigration agents operating in Norway represented. Useful if you only know the name of the agent, as finding the company he represented will help you to narrow the search for the transatlantic ship. You will also find information about the way the agent was authorized to convey the emigrants. You might also search for the shipping companies, to find information about routes and fleets. Whether your search for agents or shipping lines, you will find the information linked to eachother in the search results.
Emigrants from Toten, Oppland, Norway. This is a remarkable record of the efforts, over 15 years, of Ole Granum to record and note the parents and the destinations of more than 15,000 emigrants who left Toten (East and West) between 1846 and 1966. It is listed by year, not by name, unfortunately.