German Immigration in Brazil Books
Books on German Immigration in Brazil Years 1824 to 1830
in late 2016 and early 2017 we started the study of German immigration in Rio Grande do Sul seeking to identify my ancestors of the Fey family in Rio Grande do Sul.
In a short time, the specific reports of trips on sailing ships drew attention and we started the study to try to clarify better what were the ships, the date of departure from Europe and arrival in Brazil, passenger lists and other data.
As immigration research progressed, we realized that immigration from Rio Grande do Sul was intertwined with that of other states, as there was an internal migration of immigrants among them.
From this fact, we decided to research all possible ships in the period from 1824 to 1830 and with the development of the research we saw that we were right, since we found that the removal of the greatest number of doubts about German immigration in a given state depends on this study at the level national.
To date, we have made available to historians and genealogists, as well as to other interested parties, the following books (click on the desired book title for more information):
I – By period
(1) German Immigration in Brazil: Ships and Passengers Years 1824 and 1825 – 2st ed. 2021
(2) German Immigration in Brazil: Ships and Passengers Years 1826 and 1827 – 2st ed. 2021
(3) German Immigration in Brazil: Ships and Passengers Years 1828 to 1830 – 2st ed. 2021
(4) German Immigration in Brazil: Ships and Passengers Years 1824 to 1830 – 4rd ed. 2021 (*** This book covers the three previous books!)
II – By ship
(5) Cäcilia Ship: Legend & Reality 1st ed. 2019
(6) Argus Ship – Year 1824: German immigration to Brazil 1st ed. 2020
(7) Charlotte & Louise Ship – Year 1828: German immigration to Brazil 1st ed. 2020
(8) Caroline Ship (2nd voyage) – Year 1825: German immigration to Brazil 1st ed. 2021
III – By family
Click on the desired book link (above) and check the book’s data, as well as a free summary.
Ademar F. Fey
Researching German emigration to Brazil from 1824 to 1830
Researching the Fey family in Rio Grande do Sul
Caxias do Sul, 02/12/2021