Migration: Canada and the United States; by Elizabeth LaPointe; Published 2011; ; 4 pp folded sheet, 8.5x11; laminated; ISBN: 978-0-9877522-1-5; Item # G2G02
This item explains the long migrational history between the Canada and the United States. It describes the records that are used on both sides of the border, to help discover where people went.
In addition to brief outlines on migration from both sides of the border, the document explains migration from Canada to the United States under the following headings - Acadian Migration; Migration to the "Boston States"; French-Canadian Migration; Migration to the Midwestern and Southwestern States; and Migration from Canada to the United States Due to War.
It also explains the migration to Canada from the United States under the headings of New England Planters to Nova Scotia, The United Empire Loyalists, The United States Migration to Central Canada, The US Migration to the Prairie Provinces & the Yukon, Migration from the US to Canada as a Result of Wars, and Migration of Blacks from the US to Canada.Each heading is accompanied by sub-headings of Online Resources and Books. There is also a special feature entitled, (Some) Famous Canadian Migrants to the US. It is designed to be used as a primer when researching migration between Canada and the United States. It is in column format for easy reading, and is just the right size for home use, or for sticking in a binder and bringing to your favorite research facility.
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