The Ethnographical Elements of Ontario. - 1901, (Canada) by: Andrew F. Hunter


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Content Description: In todays social environment this article would be greeted with shock and horror as racial profiling. It does though offer the genealogist a wonderful resource as to where in Upper Canada (Ontario) to look for the initial settlement of immigrants as they first came to Canada. Taken county by county this is a list of the geographical origins of immigrants and the approximate dates of their emigration, against the townships and towns/cities where they were likely to have settled. A great first approximation genealogy research tool.

Includes also settlements of native aboriginal peoples identified by their tribe, including a number of less recognized tribes.

Gleaned from: Papers & Records Vol.III (1901) Ontario Historical Society, Published: 1901 (The complete source document is available as Catalogue Number CA0171-01)

by: Andrew F. Hunter

Size: (pages) 23, (download) 2.2 MB

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