The Great Migration . 1815-1838. Upper Canada . After the War of 1812, waves of settlers from Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales) took their place. In 1832 – 50,000 people came to Canada. Why would people come to Canada?.By daniel_millan
THE GREAT FAMINE. The Irish famine began in 1845 and continued until 1851. More than 1 million died in 3 years as a result of hunger and diseases and much the same number emigrated to Great Britain, the United States and Australia. The great Irish potato famine.By ronia
Irish and German Immigration to American Cities. . By: Adam Bergman . Immigration to America. The immigration led the Irish and German to New York . Immigrants settled in eastern towns and major port cities. The Immigrants.By jela
The Irish Famine . By Jonathan, Cain and Kate. POTATO BLIGHT. Potato blight was airborne so you could not see it. By November 1845 half the crop was gone The potato being the main food of the Irish was rotten with blight ( phytophra-infestans fungus) The inside of the potato was ruined.By gamma
By Leah, Caitlin and Charlie. The Great Famine. Emigration. Many people felt there was no future and very little hope in Ireland. Those with a small amount of savings went to Britain. About 1.5 million went to the United States of America. About 340,000 went to Canada.By danton
The Canadian Immigrant Experience. where did everyone come from?. On average 30,000 new immigrants entered Canada each year Most came from Britain, the U.S., and Europe 2/3 from Ireland alone. Why Come to Canada?. Unemployed and landless labourers (in Scotland and Ireland)By holli
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