1918 Minnesota Alien Registration Records
The Minnesota Alien Registration of 1918 was conducted to
register all foreign born persons who were living in Minnesota, but who had not
yet become US citizens. The resident was required to complete a 35 question
schedule and to provide much personal information, including kind and amount of
property holdings. In addition to the resident's name each entry
gives the county and township, village, lumber camp or city in which the form is filed.
The Iron Range
Research Center holds microfilmed copies of the original 1918 Alien Registration
documents for all 87 Minnesota counties, and has created an index for those
entries that can be searched by clicking on the tab above. Copies of documents
can be ordered through the website once a record has been identified.
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