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*Huguenots (French Protestants) settled Florida in 1564, 43 years before Jamestown. *The [ Center for Family History and Genealogy] at Brigham Young University has Statue of Liberty was a project devoted gift from France to members of the Church who were originally United States. *More people have immigrated from Italy to America than from Walesany other nation. The [ Welch Mormon History] website "seeks *More immigrants arrived at Philadelphia than at New York City prior to preserve and share information about the early converts to Mormonism in Wales. Its main focus is on those individuals who were involved in the Mormon movement in 19th-century Wales1800." *The [http://wwwNational Archives has records of both Canadian and Mexican border crossings.xmission*Library and Archives Canada has border crossing records of Americans into Tracing Mormon Pioneers] website has indexed over 1,000 sources related *Some American colonists had their wills sent back to searching England for your LDS ancestorsprobate. Included on the site is a tutorial that will help walk you through the steps *Up to locating records about your pioneer families. Read the [[Tracing Mormon Pioneers|Tracing Mormon Pioneers]] article for more information90 percent of Irish and Greek immigrants went back home from America.
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