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(1953); in Betwixt the Here and There (Philadelphia, PA: Dorrance, 1953), 185-194
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Cities and Towns
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written by Francis A. Evans (1833); in The Emigrant's Directory and Guide to Obtain Lands and Effect a Settlement in the Canadas (Dublin, Leinster: W. Curry Jr. and Co., 1833), 167-171
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(1818); in The Emigrant's Guide to the United States of America (London, England: William Hone (Publisher), 1818), 4-13
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Letter VII
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written by William Bell, 1780-1857 (1817); in Hints to Emigrants, In a Series of Letters From Upper Canada (Edinburgh, Scotland: Waugh and Innes, 1824), 49-57
written by William Bell, 1780-1857 (1817); in Hints to Emigrants, In a Series of Letters From Upper Canada (Edinburgh, Scotland: Waugh and Innes, 1824), 49-57
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Letter from Susannah Moodie to Richard Bentley, December 02, 1857
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written by Susannah Strickland Moodie, 1803-1885 (1857); edited by Carl Ballstadt, Elizabeth Hopkins and Michael Peterman; in Letters of a Lifetime (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1985), 181-183
written by Susannah Strickland Moodie, 1803-1885 (1857); edited by Carl Ballstadt, Elizabeth Hopkins and Michael Peterman; in Letters of a Lifetime (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 1985), 181-183
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Chapter III: You Are Welcome to Canada, Sir!
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written by Eva Lips (1942); in Rebirth in Liberty (New York, NY: Flamingo Publishing Company, 1942), 63-86
written by Eva Lips (1942); in Rebirth in Liberty (New York, NY: Flamingo Publishing Company, 1942), 63-86
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Chapter XIV
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written by Robert Whyte, 1538-1574 (1847); in Robert Whyte's 1847 Famine Ship Diary: the Journey of an Irish Coffin Ship (Cork, Munster: Mercier Press, 1994), 80-87
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Chapter III: Our Journey up the Country
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written by Susannah Strickland Moodie, 1803-1885 (1852); in Roughing It in the Bush, or Life in Canada, Part I (New York, NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1852), 26-35
written by Susannah Strickland Moodie, 1803-1885 (1852); in Roughing It in the Bush, or Life in Canada, Part I (New York, NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1852), 26-35
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