Approximately 1300 5.2 x 5.2 deg red-sensitive objective prism plates have been searched for H-alpha emission stars in order to complete the search of the entire sky. The survey here reported represents 59 percent of the whole sky, defined by the region north of declination -25 deg and mostly further than 10 deg from the Galactic plane; the omitted portions had already been surveyed, in part at Warner and Swasey, in part elsewhere. Two hundred and six stars have been newly found, mostly of unknown spectral type. The stars' latitude distribution suggests that they are mainly moderately high luminosity disk population stars. There are new finds especially in Orion and the Taurus dark clouds (limiting mag of about 13).