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Assisted emigration and land settlement, with special reference to western Canada.

John Thomas Culliton

Assisted emigration and land settlement, with special reference to western Canada.

by John Thomas Culliton

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Published by Published by the Federated Press for the Dept. of Economics and Political Science, McGill University, Montreal in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMcGill University economic studies -- no. 9, National problems of Canada
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9554C23 N64 1926
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19308241M

    In "The Peter Robinson Settlement of ", author Bill LaBranche says, "In the year Robinson was to lead an emigration from poverty stricken Ireland to Canada bringing over families in that same year, Robinson opened and settled much of the Ottawa Valley.   New Zealand pre The Māori people of Aotearoa (New Zealand) are descendants of Polynesian peoples who had arrived by AD. There is debate over the precise date and the number of vessels, but Te Ara – the Encyclopedia of New Zealand refers to ocean-going waka (canoes) having journeyed during the s from east Polynesia to land on .

    History of the Settlement of Upper Canada (Ontario): With Special Reference to England English entered father force Fort four French give Government Governor granted hand head Indians Island John Kingston known Lake land Lawrence lived Lower loyalists married miles mill Mohawk Montreal native nature never Niagara obtained History of the. Early German Settlers of South Africa. This project is devoted to the German Settlers in South Africa. Please only add the profiles of the Stamvaders/Progenitors who came from Germany. It is also a place where you can share links to online resources, tell other users where records etc. can be found and make queries or ask for help through the discussion facility.

    COCKBURN, Sir FRANCIS, soldier: b. 10 Nov. in England, the fifth son of Sir James Cockburn, 6th Baronet of Langton, and his second wife, Augusta Anne Ayscough; m. in Alicia Sandys; d. 24 Aug. at East Cliff, Dover, England.. Francis Cockburn entered the 7th Dragoon Guards as a cornet at age 19 and through purchase of commissions and promotion . Mary Ann Shadd’s pamphlet A Plea for Emigration; or Notes of Canada West is, as the title promises, a settler guide designed to inform prospective immigrants of conditions in their proposed new home. But whereas most such works were addressed to potential white emigrants to North America from Britain or continental Europe, Shadd’s aimed to entice black Americans to emigrate to Canada.


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Assisted emigration and land settlement, with special reference to western Canada by John Thomas Culliton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Assisted emigration and land settlement, with special reference to western Canada. [John Thomas Culliton]. National problems of Canada: assisted emigration with special reference to western Canada. book land settlement with special reference to western Canada.

[John Thomas Culliton] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists. Emigration rates began rising, and the British government encouraged those leaving to opt for Canada rather than the U.S.

through various government-assisted emigration ventures. Legislation helped bring down the cost of traveling to Canada so that it was more affordable than traveling to the U.S., and land grants drove many English, Scottish.

Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude McGill-Queen's University Press, Septembercloth, pp, illus, maps, tables and figures Includes notes, bibliography, and index Winner of the Ontario Historical Society's J.J.

Talman Award for Assisted passages to Canada were con­fined to agriculturists and domestic servants. The first land settlement scheme under this Act was negotiated with Canada in when the Canadian government agreed to provide 3, British families with improved farms.

This scheme was carried out with modified success. Emigration records list the names of people leaving and immigration records list those coming into Canada. There are passenger lists for ships coming into Canada and border-crossing records of people leaving for the United States or coming from the United States into Canada.

These records may include an emigrant’s name, age, occupation. The Petworth Emigration Project The Petworth Project was assisted emigration from Sussex and other counties in the south of England to Ontario Canada The Downton Story immigration from Wiltshire England Buxton (Elgin) Settlement Ghost Towns of Ontario Canada West vs Canada East Finding Your Ancestor's Land.

History of the settlement of Upper Canada, (Ontario) [microform]: with special reference to the Bay Quinté by Canniff, William, Pages: Empire Settlement Act, The Empire Settlement Act of was an agreement between the British government and several commonwealth countries designed to facilitate the resettlement of agriculturalists, farm labourers, domestics and juvenile immigrants throughout the Empire.

In Canada, several different settlement schemes were developed in which potential. The Petworth Emigration Project began in Canada and in England as a collaborative case study in the social history and genealogy of nineteenth-century emigration and immigration.

Under the sponsorship of the third Earl of Egremont, the Petworth emigrations were a remarkable example of sustained assisted emigration. Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, It also is one of a very few case studies of assisted emigration and has the potential to compliment the large body of literature that exists on unassisted emigration." Catharine Wilson, Department of History, University of 5/5(1).

John Thomas Culliton has written: 'Assisted emigration and land settlement' -- subject(s): Emigration and immigration 'Assisted emigration and land settlement, with special reference to western.

to better understand the settlement experiences of immigrants in western Canada and how they may compare to immigrants in other western provinces • Labour market, service use, social integration, discrimination, official language knowledge • TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • Examine and compare various outcomes among immigrants in.

The Canadian Land and Emigration Company was an English company formed in to promote the Special legislation was passed by the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada in to the Long Depression of –, and rival attractions of Western Canada, all combined to discourage sales.

From toa large number of. A further reiterated theme is the overall limited achievement of state directed and assisted emigration in the interwar period. Migrant quotas set by the Colonial Office and Treasury were never filled, land settlement schemes in Australia and Canada were often dismal failures, large numbers of migrants returned.

Women's Studies Int. Forum, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. Printed in the USA. `THE OTHER HALF?': SOURCES ON BRITISH FEMALE EMIGRATION AT THE FAWCETT LIBRARY, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AUSTRALIA PAULA HAMILTON School of Humanities and Social Sciences, New South Wales Institute of Technology, P.O.

BoxBroadway, NSWAustralia JANICE GomARD Murdoch University, Western Author: Paula Hamilton, Janice Gothard. Early emigration from Britain, Search a variety of early emigration records, largely of emigrants to North America and the West Indies, covering intermittent year ranges between the 17th and early 19th are records brought together from the Treasury, the Exchequer, the Colonial Office and the Audit Office, on (£) including.

Vance, 'The politics of emigration: Scotland and assisted emigration to Upper Canada, ', in T. Devine ed., Scottish Emigration and Scottish Society (Edinburgh, ), pp.

The 4, emigrants represented only 30 per. Emigration records are records of people leaving England. Immigration records are records of people entering England. Passenger lists, permissions to emigrate, records of passports issued, lists of transported prisoners, or registers of assistance to emigrate often contain genealogical information.

These records may contain the name, age, occupation, destination, place of origin. Reisner, R. "National regulation of the movement of workers in the European community," American Journal of Comparative Law, 13 (3)- Ii, Summer I96I4. Review of the River Plate.

"Immigration and land settlement," Review of the River Plate (); 9, Ap Review of the River Plate. John McDonald emigrated from Scotland to Lanark in Upper Canada (Ontario) in the Spring ofduring the second year of the assisted emigration scheme known as The Lanark Society Settlers.

John McDonald's account provides first person insight into what early settlers encountered during their journey to a better life for themselves and their.Full text of "History of the settlement of Upper Canada (Ontario): with special reference to the Bay Quint.Australian shipping and passenger records The arrival of an ancestor in Australia is a key moment in a family's history.

They may have arrived as a fare-paying passenger, as an 'assisted' migrant, a member of a ship's crew, in military or naval service, or as a convict.