Irish migration to Montreal, 1847-1867.

by George Rex Crowley Keep

Publisher: University of Rochester Press in Rochester, N.Y

Written in English
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  • Irish -- Québec (Province) -- Montréal

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SeriesRochester, University of. Canadian studies series, no. 19
The Physical Object
Pagination4 cards.
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Open LibraryOL15362432M

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, THE IRISH MIGRATION TO MONTREAL, - , an M.A Thesis submitted to McGill University, by George Rex Crowley Keep in file available at. The book covers such areas as the Irish in Barbadoes, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, etc., etc., as well as touching on military campaigns in Mexico. Also included are chapters on the United Irishmen in America, and the American response to the Irish Famine of the s.   Music TV Books Movies Irish language. TRAVEL. Irish famine archive on migration to Canada launched online Leading the charge in helping the Montreal Irish were the Sisters of .

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Saving the Famine Irish: The Grey Nuns and the Great Hunger THE IRISH MIGRATION TO MONTREAL, -Here is a file ( pages) about the Typhus epidemic of and the role of the Grey Nuns in health care. This article is from the National University of Ireland.

The present study proposes a detailed examination of the Irish migration to Montreal between andthat is to say between the Famine and Confederation. For vast numbers of Irish, Quebec and Montreal were of course merely staging-points in a weary journey whose end lay in Upper Canada or, more often, in the United States of : George Rex Crowley Keep.

THE IRISH MIGRATION TO MONTREAL, -M.A Thesis submitted to McGill University, by George Rex Crowley Keep inpage Here is file ( pages) about the Typhus epidemic of and the role of the Grey Nuns in health care.

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Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book () Passenger lists, The names of Irish immigrants coming to Canada after can be found in immigrations records. Passenger Lists, Other series of. Irish Emigrants in North America, (at Ancestry/requires payment) BOOK: Ships from Ireland to Early America, by David Dobson; Clearfield Company An alphabetical list of 1, vessels known to have embarked from Ireland to North America from to The Shamrock and the Shield: An Oral History of the Irish in Montreal, Montreal: Véhicule Press, p.

ISBN ; O'Gallagher, Marianna (). The Shamrock Trail: Tracing the Irish in Quebec City, Livres Carraig Books, 35 p. ISBN ; O'Gallagher, Marianna and Rose Masson Dompierre (). Find out more about Irish Canadian immigration history See if your Irish ancestors are on the Passenger Lists of Peter Robinson's Irish settlers Find out where you can access records of Canadian immigration.

This book, with index, records the names and addresses of 22, emigrants who sailed on J & J Cooke ships, between andfrom Derry to Canada (Saint John, New Brunswick and Quebec) and USA (Philadelphia); and of 5, emigrants who sailed on ships of William McCorkell & Co., between andfrom Derry to Philadelphia and New York.

[BOOK 1] Names of Emigrants Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal (Quebec 1847-1867. book [BOOKS ] Canada Company Remittance Books in 3 Volumes. [BOOK 5] Index of Passengers Who Emigrated to Canada between and An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The Irish migration to Montreal, " See other formats. The countryside of Ireland is still littered with abandoned houses. Because the phenomenon of mass emigration from Ireland in the 19th century was largely prompted by the terrible catastrophe of the Great Hunger (the 'famine' of the late s), the consequences of one cannot be separated from the other.

Irish Immigration to America, to By Dr. Catherine B. Shannon Reprinted courtesy of the New Bedford Whaling Museum Introduction The oft quoted aphorism that "Boston is the next parish to Galway" highlights the long and close connections between Ireland and New England that.

The Irish migration to Montreal by George Rex Crowley Keep, unknown edition. CCHA Report, 3 (, The Irish Emigration of and Its Canadian Consequences. BY THE REV. JOHN A. GALLAGHER, R. Alphonsus Seminary, Woodstock. More than years ago, it was the Irish who were refugees forced into exile by a humanitarian and political disaster.

Explore this era of scorn the Irish. A new edition of a classic study of Irish migration to the new world. Including a new preface by the author, Irish Migrants in the Canadas probes beyond the aggregate statistics of most studies of the migration process.

MONTREAL, QUE.: -- Montrealers took part in the annual Walk to the Stone honouring the 6, Irish buried at the Black Rock in Montreal, on Sunday, Author of The Irish migration to MontrealThe Irish migration to North America in the second half of the nineteenth century.

Including a new preface by the author, Irish Migrants in the Canadas probes beyond the aggregate statistics of most studies of the migration process. Bruce Elliott traces the genealogies, movements, landholding strategies, and economic lives of families of Irish immigrants who came to Canada between and from County Tipperary, s: 2.

The Irish were in the worst condition upon arrival at Grosse Isle. "An eye-witness called it the Isle of Death, and found a strange contrast of beauty and suffering, of levity and sorrow", wrote Guillet, in his book The Great Migration.

One cabin passenger described the difference between the Irish and German immigrants. The Irish Potato Famine, also known as the Great Hunger, began in when a fungus-like organism called Phytophthora infestans (or P.

infestans). A free e-book. "The History of the Great Irish Famine of " (3rd ed.) () by Rev. John O'Rourke. An online virtual archive of documents and sources relating to the history of Ireland and its migration experience from the 18th to the late 20th centuries. Irish Famine Passenger Records View.

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Letter from Cleghorn, Wm. to James Allison, Montreal, 25 Jul ; Memoir from James Allison to Sir Joseph de C. Loffan, 1 Nov ; Copy of a petition from James Allison to Sir Charles Poulett Thomason, n.d. Letter from - Elliot to James Allison, Westminster, 14 Jan ; Letter from J.M.

Higginson to James Allison, Montreal, Kingston, 12 Feb   (). Recrimination and reconciliation: Great Famine memory in Liverpool and Montreal at the turn of the twentieth century.

Atlantic Studies: Vol. 11, Irish global migration and Famine memory, pp. The History of the Irish Famine book. Irish Famine Migration Narratives: Eyewitness Testimonies. The History of the Irish Famine. DOI link for The History of the Irish Famine.

The History of the Irish Famine book. Irish Famine Migration Narratives: Eyewitness Testimonies. Edited By Jason King. Henry Johnson’s (–) letter of 18 September to his wife Jane Johnson in Dungonnell, County Antrim offers a detailed account of the Irish Famine.

This evidence of a substantial Irish presence in Burlington, and, as we shall see, elsewhere in Vermont in the early nineteenth century, is important, for it reminds us that on the eve of the immense migration of Irish spawned by the Great Famine of the late s there was al-ready a significant Irish presence in the Green Mountain State.

A few. Donald Harman Akenson (bornMinneapolis, Minnesota) is a historian and is widely acknowledged as the world's foremost expert in the history of worldwide Irish migration. Notably prolific, he has written at least 23 book-length, scholarly monographs, 3 jointly-authored scholarly books, 6 works of fiction and historical fiction, and 55 scholarly articles.The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies/ Revue canadienne d’études irlandaises (CJIS/RCÉI) is the official scholarly publication of the Canadian Association for Irish d init is currently edited at the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University, Montreal.

As the journal of record for Irish Studies in Canada, the CJIS/RCÉI publishes articles, reviews, and other forms.This group is corresp ondence of the Secretary of State on immigration for There are 60 reels of microfilm for Vols There are lists of immigrants, mainly Irish, and entry books re immigration, and assisted emigration to British North America.

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