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Steps to a Homestead - By Boat
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R-B4588
Item Date
1902


Welsh-Patagonians leaving Liverpool for Canada aboard the Allan steamship "Numidian".


The attraction to the Canadian West was strong enough that it brought settlers who had previously immigrated to South America back to England and then to Saskatchewan.

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Reference Number:
R-B4588
Media Type:
photograph
Notes:
"An article about the Welsh-Patagonians can be found in 'Saskatchewan History', Winter, 1971."


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Image Preview R-B11418 Photograph 1 - The S.S. Empress of Britain.
Image Preview R-1109: File 9 PDF Document 2 - "Canada. The Making of a Nation, by Edward Harris, 6th ed."
Image Preview R-A12676 Photograph 3 - Second class baggage on board the S.S. Empress of Britain.
Image Preview R-1109: File 37 PDF Document 4 - Dominion of Canada guide book for settlers.
Image Preview R-A25855 Photograph 5 - "Off to Canada, immigrants crowd the ships’ deck."
Image Preview R-B4588 Photograph 6 - Welsh-Patagonians leaving Liverpool for Canada aboard the Allan steamship "Numidian".
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