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Immigrants seeking American citizenship typically filed
naturalization papers at their county courthouse. The process required the alien
to declare his/her intention to become a citizen and to petition the court for
citizenship status. The Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) microfilmed the
naturalization records dating from the 1800's until the mid 1950's for all
Minnesota Counties. The Research Center has a full set of the microfilm rolls
produced by MHS. Conrad Peterzen, a member of the Range Genealogical Society,
worked for nearly 20 years to alphabetically index these records. The indexes he
produced can be searched at Ancestry.com,
or by clicking on the Database Search button above to access our own databases.
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