Report on immigration to New Brunswick, in 1873.
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Published by Daily Teegraph [sic] Print. and Pub. Office in Saint John, N.B .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • New Brunswick -- Emigration and immigration

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination60, [3] p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20689227M

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Report on immigration to New Brunswick, in Item Preview Report on immigration to New Brunswick, in by Stevenson, Benjamin R. Publication date Publisher Saint John, N.B., Daily Teegraph [sic] Print. and Pub. Office Collection Thomas Fisher Rare Book : Report on Immigration to New Brunswick, in (Classic Reprint) [Benjamin R. Stevenson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Scotch Colony, I tbund that about ei l1t miles ot the road linehad been cleared of the trees, and that some ot the houses were not yet completed. Miramichi [ˈmɛɚˌməˌʃi] is the largest city in northern New Brunswick, Canada. It is situated at the mouth of the Miramichi River where it enters Miramichi Miramichi Valley is the second longest valley in New Brunswick, after the Saint John River y: Canada. New Brunswick Province Online Databases This chart shows links to province-wide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.. , , and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

New Brunswick (French: Nouveau-Brunswick), is one of the three Maritime provinces in Canada, and the only officially bilingual province (English-French) in the history of New Brunswick can be viewed according to four periods: pre-European contact, French colonization, British colonization and finally, New Brunswick since Confederation. January 10 – George Orton, middle-distance runner and Olympic gold medallist, first Canadian to win an Olympic medal (d) January 19 – Thomas Dufferin Pattullo, politician and 22nd Premier of British Columbia (d) February 4 – Étienne Desmarteau, athlete and Olympic gold medallist (d) April 9 – Walter Edward Foster, businessman, politician and 16th Premier of New Centuries: 18th century 19th century 20th century.   immigration. Summary Exhibit, by Customs-districts, of the Arrival of Passengers in, and of Deaths on the Voyage to, the United States during the quarter ended Decem Statement, by Customs-districts, of the Number, Age, and Sex of Immigrants Arrived in the United States during the quarter ended Decem Author: United States. Dept. Statistics. immigration records created The port of Quebec was the first Canadian port to archive passenger lists. With few exceptions for ships which called at both Halifax, then Quebec, there are only Quebec arrivals available until the beginning of archiving at Halifax,

Kellor's work on immigration caught the attention of then president, Theodore Roosevelt, who based policy on her recommendations. In , Kellor conducted field research on immigration in New York City. The resulting report, called for the creation of a Bureau of Industries and Immigration. Source of the data: Ralph D. VICERO, Immigration of French Canadians to New England, , Ph.D thesis, Univesity of Wisconsin, , p. ; as given in Yves ROBY, Les Franco-Américains de la Nouvelle Angleterre, , Sillery, Septentrion, , p. 47 Table 2. Distribution of Franco-Americans* in New England, National Archives Identifers refer to the records identifier in the National Archives Catalog. If any problems are discovered with the links or a title is missing, please report the information to [email protected] Return to the Digitization main page. Click the column headings to sort.   Summary Figure What an ice-free port does not look like. Montreal harbour, ca. Let’s consider one decade: At the start, there were seven colonies in British North America (one of them a combination of two very large colonies), and Author: John Douglas Belshaw.