3 edition of Canada as it is, or, The emigrant"s friend and guide to Upper Canada found in the catalog.
|Other titles||The Emigrant"s friend and guide to Upper Canada|
|Statement||by G.W. Warr|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 41984, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 41984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (60 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Scots who opted for pioneer life in Prince Edward Island are the subject of this book. Being the first of the "northern" colonies to be sold off in its entirety to proprietors in the late eighteenth century, P.E.I. acquired its Scots earliest, doing so even before the start of the American War of Independence in BOOK - Peter Robinson's Settlers & By Carol Bennett. In and groups of people from south Ireland were brought to Upper Canada under the leadership of the Hon. Peter Robinson, MPP. They settled in the District of Bathurst in the Ottawa Valley and in the Newcastle District in the Peterborough area.
Channel Islanders, and particularly Jerseymen, emigrated in large numbers to Canada in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Most were attracted by well-paid, secure jobs with the companies established in Newfoundland and New Brunswick, on the Canadian Atlantic Coast, . The Archives has most of the records on Crown land in Upper Canada, Canada West (the new name of the colony after the Union Act of ) and in Ontario (the name that came into effect in ). Library and Archives Canada (LAC) also has some records – mainly the Crown land Records of the Executive Council of Upper Canada. TheFile Size: KB.
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: Canada as it is: Or, The Emigrant's Friend and Guide to Upper Canada: Being a Sketch of the Country, Climate, Inhabitants, Professions, Trades, Etc., of All Classes who Purpose Becoming eBook: George Winter Warr: Kindle StoreAuthor: George Winter Warr.
The emigrant's guide, or, Canada as it is: comprising details relating to the domestic policy, commerce, and agriculture of the Upper and Lower provinces Paperback – Febru Author: George Henry. Canada as it Is, Or, The Emigrant's Friend and Guide to Upper Canada: Being Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library.
The emigrant's guide to Upper Canada; or, Sketches of the present state of that province, collected from a residence therein during the years,interspersed with reflections.
[Charles Stuart]. The emigrant's guide, or, Canada as it is: comprising details relating to the domestic policy, commerce, and agriculture of the Upper and Lower provinces Publisher Quebec: W.
Gray, [ca. Assisting Emigration To Upper Canada: The Petworth Project The most complete narrative of the Petworth emigrations is the one drawn from the documents of sponsors and government: those who decided what assistance would be given, to whom it would be given, and how it would be delivered.
Views of Canada and the colonists: embracing the experience of a residence; views of the present state, progress and prospects of the colony; with detailed and practical information for intending emigrants, by a four year's resident: Publisher: Edinburgh: A.
& C. Black, Date of Publication: Shelfmark: (7); Eg Can someone look up Adam Paxton household for me in this book: WHYTE, DONALD. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada before Confederation. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society. Volume 2, p.
I would especially like to have date of birth and death, parentage, occupation, and other historical and family data. Full text of "Hints to emigrants [microform]: in a series of letters from Upper Canada" See other formats.
North Tipperary Irish Emigrants to Upper Canada Emigration research is fascinating and there can be pockets of information where you least expect it. Initially, I was looking for pre Ontario genealogy on Google Books when this particular book led me on a segway journey.
Canada, as it is: Comprising Details Relating to the Domestic Policy, Commerce and Agriculture, of the Upper and Lower Provinces: Comprising Matters of General Information and Interest, Especially Intended for the Use of Settlers and Emmigrants Issue of CIHM/ICMH Digital series Issue of CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches.
The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of British Canada established in by the Kingdom of Great Britain, to govern the central third of the lands in British North America, formerly part of the Province of Quebec since Upper Canada included all of modern-day Southern Ontario and all those areas of Northern Ontario in the Pays d'en Haut which Common languages: English.
English Immigrant Voices is listed on the McGill-Queen's University Press website and booksellers can order it from them. It is also available online at sites including Chapters Indigo, and can be purchased with Assisting Emigration from Upper Canada in a boxed set.
Also available in e-book format - information to purchase at McGill-Queen's University. In this article, Bob takes a fascinating look at the very important role the Rideau Canal played in safely transporting tens of thousands of immigrants into Upper Canada in the s and s.
The article taken from the Winter/Spring issue of "Rideau Reflections" - the newsletter of Friends. Get this from a library. Canada as it is: or, The emigrant's friend and guide to Upper Canada: being a sketch of the country, climate, inhabitants, professions.
If you leave Canada and keep residential ties in Canada, you are usually considered a factual resident, and not an emigrant. However, if you are also considered to be a resident of another country with which Canada has a tax treaty, you may be considered a deemed non-resident.
Deemed non-residents are subject to the same rules as emigrants. the emigrants' guide to the canadas. BY Wm. Watson, Esq. Dublin: Printed by G. Bull, 3, Redmond's Hill We, whose Names are hereunto subscribed, having carefully examined a manuscript, written by Mr.
Watson, on the subject of Emigration to Canada, declare it to be a performance worthy of our highest approbation; as the statements, which it. One such book is A Practical Guide For Emigrants to North America, including the United States, Lower and Upper Canada, and Newfoundlandby George Nettle, published in London,  Title page of A Practical Guide for Emigrants ().
This statistic shows the total number of emigrants from Canada from to Inapproximat people emigrated from Canada to another country. [BOOK 1] Names of Emigrants Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal (Quebec Canada) [BOOKS ] Canada Company Remittance Books in 3 Volumes.
[BOOK 5] Index of Passengers Who Emigrated to Canada between and. The following table shows the number of Scottish emigrants who sailed from Scottish ports to Quebec between and Source below: The Scottish Pioneers of Upper Canada, - Glengarry and Beyond, by Lucille Campey, National Heritage Books, Toronto,ISBN 1 .THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO THE CANADAS This book was printed in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, and was intended as a source of information for prospective emigrants to Upper and Lower Canada.
It has only a few names, so is not a good source of genealogical records, but is a fantastic source of some of the historic information about the Canadas. Find out how to search in Aurora using AMICUS conversion guide. AMICUS numbers will continue to appear on some Library and Archives Canada webpages after the launch of our Aurora catalogue.
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