Find your ancestors in Idaho, Eastport Arrivals, 1900-1962

Learn more about your family members who crossed into the United States in the state of Idaho, in the northwestern corner of the country, between the years 1900 and 1962. Uncover important details about your ancestor like their year of arrival and birth place, information that will help you to enrich and expand your family history.

What can these records tell me?

There are more than 130,000 records in this collection and each represents an individual who entered the country through the crossing at Eastport, Idaho in the first half of the 20th century. While the information for each person may vary, Idaho, Eastport arrivals, 1900-1962 usually provides:

  • First and last name
  • Age
  • Birth year
  • Birth place/nationality
  • Arrival year

  • Discover more about Idaho, Eastport arrivals, 1900-1962

    These records show the high level of cross border traffic occurring in the state of Idaho, in the northwestern United States, between 1900 and 1962. Since this is a landlocked state, many of the people crossing the border were either Canadian or American citizens who drove into the country in their own cars or on buses, or arrived by train. However, other people from Europe also appear in the records as some people traveled by boat to Canada and then entered the United States through land crossings, such as Eastport, Idaho.

    Use these records to help you develop a new understanding of the importance of landlocked border crossings and the different routes your ancestors took to arrive in the United States.