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The Danish government in an attempt to regulate the activities and to protect the emigrants, required that the agents that sold tickets to the emigrants had to make lists and submit them to the police. Records were kept for both the direct and the indirect traffic (i.a. via Germany or England).

It is therefore be possible to find those who emigrated from Denmark and bought their ticket from a Danish agent in the Copenhagen Police Records. If they bought their tickets elsewhere or it was sent to them from relatives in America, they will not be listed in the police records!

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