The emigrant"s informant, or, A guide to Upper Canada

containing reasons for emigration, who should emigrate, necessaries for outfit, and charges of voyage, travelling expences [sic], manners of the Americans; qualities, and capabilities, of the soil, price current of the country for 1833 ...
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G. Cowie, Stirling and Kenny, J. Cumming , London, Edinburgh, Dublin
Ontario -- Description and travel, Canada -- Emigration and immigra
Other titlesA guide to Upper Canada.
Statementby a Canadian settler, late of Portsea, Hants.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 microfiches (139 fr.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19931712M
ISBN 100665214774

The Emigrant's Informant, Or, A Guide to Upper Canada: Containing Reasons for Emigration, who by Canadian settler. Publication date Publisher John Cumming Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Pages:   The Emigrant's Guide to Upper Canada; Or, Sketches of the Present State of That Province: Collected from a Residence Therein During the Yearswith Reflections - Primary Source Edition [Stuart, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Emigrant's Guide to Upper Canada; Or, Sketches of the Present State of That Province: Collected from a Author: Charles Stuart. 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 emigrants' guide to the Canadas by William Watson,s.n.] edition, Microform in EnglishPages:   Addeddate City [Dublin. External-identifier urn:oclc:record Foldoutcount 0 Identifier cihm_ Identifier-ark ark://t8qc0sz0cPages: THE EMIGRANTS' GUIDE TO THE CANADAS.

BY Wm. Watson, Esq. Dublin: Printed by G. Bull, 3, Redmond's Hill Latitude about 42° north in Upper Canada, and latitude 45° north, or thereabouts, in Lower Canada.

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Appears in 5 books from Page 20 - For instance, the black ash swales (a kind of swamp) make the best ground for hemp, as, by the scourging effect of two or three crops of it, the ground will be made more fit for the The emigrants informant of wheat 3/5(1).

THE EMIGRANTS' GUIDE TO THE CANADAS is another book by the same name as the one above. This must be the original as it was published in Dublin in It is by Wm.

Watson, and contains a lot of great historical information about early Canada. More detail in some areas than the later book, but much less detail in others.

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PART ONE: THE PETWORTH EMIGRATIONS FROM SUSSEX TO UPPER CANADA, In Part One, Wendy Cameron follows the work of the Petworth Emigration Committee over six years and traces how their immigrants were received in each of these years.

The s were years of social and political change in Britain. Part 2, based on source material located in Ireland, Scotland, England, and North America, consists mostly of Irish men and women who settled in Canada, North Carolina, and the Virgin Islands.

The third list of emigrants, also based on British and North American records, is more evenly distributed throughout the s: 1. Music Archives at the National Library of Canada: A Guide (, ) (Archived) N - Websites begining with the letter N.

Native Residential Schools in Canada: A Selective Bibliography (Archived) Naturalization Records, - Upper Canada and Canada West; Naturalization Records, ; New France Archives. This book and other evidence indicate that Rolph travelled widely in Upper Canada for he describes in detail many features of the province’s towns, villages, and townships.

He depicts Upper Canada as a desirable location for British emigrants with capital and farm labourers who would work hard and not expect an easy life. Catharine Parr Traill (born Strickland; 9 January – 29 August ) was an English-Canadian author and naturalist who wrote about life in Canada, particularly what is now Ontario (then the colony of Upper Canada).In the s Canada covered an area considerably smaller than today.

At the time, most of Upper Canada had not been explored by European settlers. A guidebook for women immigrants to nineteenth-century Canada in a deluxe edition that shows why it is still relevant today.

What did you eat for dinner today. Did you make your own cheese. Butcher your own pig. The emigrant's guide to New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Lower Canada, Upper Canada and New Brunswick [Francis Thornhill Baring, Henry Ellis, Robert William Hay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The emigrant's guide to New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, and New Brunswick This book. Here is a list of some books held at the National Library of Scotland on Scots in Canada. Aberdeen and Tremair, Ishbel Gordon, Marchioness of, Through Canada with a kodak (Toronto & London, ) [HP] Bowie, John, Writer to the Signet: Emigration to Upper Canada [correspondence collected by J.

Bowie] (Edinburgh, ) []. New England Captives Taken to Canada Between and During the French and Indian Wars; Index to the Book; Excerpt from the Book; Chapter One of the Book; The Emigrants' Guide to the Canadas - ; The Emigrants' Guide to the Canadas - ; T.

Wood & Co's Canadian Newspaper Directory; W. Butcher's Canadian Newspaper Directory. Coordinates. 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.

The Emigrants Guide to New South Wales, Van Diemens Land, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, and New Brunswick xibud Emigration and emigrants - The National Archives.

Scottish Canadians are people of Scottish descent or heritage living in Canada. As the third-largest ethnic group in Canada and amongst the first Europeans to settle in the country, Scottish people have made a large impact on Canadian culture since colonial times.

According to the Census of Canada, the number of Canadians claiming full or partial Scottish descent is 4, or %. 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.

Although steam ships began to carry passengers to Canada as early asthere were still many sailing ships in Sailing vessels would carry Emigrants westbound, and timber eastbound, and were able to offer cheap affordable fares.

By thes, most passengers were carried by steam ships. Compiled from a variety of sources, this database is a collection of overrecords between and relating to immigrants to Canada. This update adds the names of o persons.

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Box Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. Toll-free (Canada only): TTY/Teletype writer: Kershaw, Roger, Emigrants and Expats: A guide to sources on UK emigration and residents overseas, ().

Kershaw, Roger and Sacks, Janet., New Lives for Old, () Erin Nevius, The family tree guide book to Europe: your passport to tracing your genealogy across Europe, (). Although and of course, in many ways, Catharine Parr Traill and her sister Susanna Moodie's experiences immigrating as British upper class women (and wives) to 19th century Canada (or more to the point to what in would become Canada and in this here case the province of Ontario) were very much similar and as such also consisted of many hardships and unpleasant surprises (much /5(20).

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, ," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press ).

The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. We will follow the emigrants of Black '47 from various counties in Ireland to several localities in Upper Canada (Ontario) and Lower Canada (Quebec). June 9, Atlas of the Great Irish Famine,Edited by John Crowley, William J.

Smith and Mike Murphy, Cork University Press, Traill, a writer of children’s books in England, emigrated to the wilderness of Upper Canada (now Ontario) in with her husband and her sister, the writer Susanna Strickland Moodie. The Backwoods of Canada (), which was based on a series of letters written to her mother in England, was the forerunner of the Canadian nature essay.

This book was followed by The Female Emigrant’s. The Emigrants Guide to New South Wales, Van Diemens Land, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, and New Brunswick. Emigration and emigrants - The National Archives. BOOK - A Swarm of Bees - Lanark Society SettlersA Journey from Scotland to Upper Canada and Utah By Ron W.

Shaw BOOK - The Lanark Society Settlers By Carol Bennett BOOK - The Lanark Society Settlers: Ships Lists of the Glasgow Emigration Society of by Gerald Neville.Fiction and narrative nonfiction through the eyes of immigrants who make up the mosaic of cultures in Canada Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.Lucille's Books (all available as e-books or paperbacks) Lucille Campey has written eight books on the Scots who immigrated to Canada.

They are all published by the Dundurn Group of Toronto (). The books are painstakingly researched and are well-illustrated with maps and detailed appendices.

The books have attracted widespread favourable comment from many .