3 edition of Province of British Columbia, information for intending settlers found in the catalog.
Province of British Columbia, information for intending settlers
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 26107|
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (24 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||24|
Book: Very Good; refurbished copy with a long tear to the first map, no markings, pages clean but slightly toned to the edges. This book contains detailed information regarding the commercial. timber, mining, and agricultural activities of Vancouver Island and British Columbia in the s. Canada - a hand-book of information for intending 2, × 5,, pages; MB Canada - a hand-book of information for intending × 1,, pages; MB Canadian Customs and Immigration 3, × 2,; MB.
British and American immigration agents favoured it in their efforts to persuade settlers to come. And come they did. Between and , more than two million settlers from Europe and the United States poured into the prairies in the greatest wave of immigration in Canadian history. present to British settlers. Edinburgh, N.Z. Department of Lands and Survey. The immigrants’ guide and settlers’ handbook. Wellington, , Smith, S. The settlers’ new home: or, whether to go and whither, being a guide to emigrants in the selection of a settlement and the preliminary details of the voyage in two parts File Size: 24KB.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Province of British Columbia, information for intending settlers. Ottawa: Dept. of Agriculture, This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Province of British Columbia, Canada: Its resources, commercial position and climate, and description of the new field opened up by the Canadian Pacific Railway ; with information for intending settlers, based on the personal investigations of the writers, and upon the reports of scientific explorers and government surveyors Pages: British Columbia RRITI5H COLUHBIfl CdN/lbfl'S MOST WESTERLY PROVINCE ITS Position, Advantages, Resources and Climate.
NEW FIELDS FOR Mining, Farming* Ranching ALONG THE LINES OF The Canadian Pacific Railway Information for Prospectors, Miners and Intending Settlers. m C. HOTELS. Canada. Dept. of Agriculture: Province of British Columbia: information for intending settlers. (Ottawa: Dept. of Agriculture, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Canada.
Dept. of Agriculture: The Province of Manitoba and North-West Territory [electronic resource]: information for intending immigrants. Courtenay (/ ˈ k ɔːr t n i / KORT-nee) is a city on the east coast of Vancouver Island, in the Canadian province of British is the largest community and only city in the area commonly known as the Comox Valley, and the seat of the Comox Valley Regional District, which replaced the Comox-Strathcona Regional nay is 4 km ( mi) west of the town Province: British Columbia.
British Columbia, Canada, Border Entries and Passenger Lists, U.S., Passenger and Crew Lists for U.S.-Bound Vessels Arriving in Canada, and Vancouver, British Columbia, Manifests of Chinese Arrivals,Comox (English: / ˈ k oʊ m oʊ k s /) is a town of ab people on the southern coast of the Comox Peninsula in the Georgia Strait on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, British warm dry summers, mild winters, fertile soil and abundant sea life attracted First Nations thousands of years ago (citation needed), who called the area kw'umuxws Country: Canada.
•In submitting the following Guide to the Province of British Columbia for the yearthe publishers wish to state that they have spared no pains to make it as correct, reliable, and complete as possible, by getting all information from head sources, to the latest dates, including the various Prize Essays on the Province, Government.
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The B.C. fact book: everything you ever wanted to know about British Columbia / Mark Zuehlke. FC Z83 The province of British Columbia: Canada; its resources, commercial position and climate, and description of the new field opened up by The Canadian Pacific Railway / With maps and information for intending settlers.
Calgary, Alberta and the Canadian North-West valuable information for intending settlers (). Guide to the province of British Columbia, for Compiled from the latest and most authentic sources of information (). Guide Book containing information for intending settlers with illustrations ~ Canada Dept of Agriculture Héritage Portal Dominion Lands Branch registry digitized microfilm reels "The Minister of the Interior was a cabinet post responsible for federal land management, Indian affairs and natural resources extraction.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company: British Columbia, Canada's most westerly province [electronic resource]: its position, advantages, resources and climate: new fields for mining, farming and ranching along the lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway: information for prospectors, miners and intending settlers.
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Roy, A White Man’s Province: British Columbia Politicians and Chinese and Japanese Immigrants, (Vancouver, B.C., ), Empire, J Marko diary, Jan. 1, save Book online 22x. The Province of British Columbia Canada, Its Resources, Commercial Position and Climate and Description of the New Field Opened Up by the Canadian Pacific Railway with Maps and Information for Intending Settlers.
The Province of Manitoba and North West Territory. Informtion for Intending Immigrants (Fifth Edition). British Columbia had begun its life as a separate British colony, drew the majority of its settlers from Great Britain, and agreed to confederation only with material allurement—most notably, the promised completion of the Canadian Pacific : UNP - Nebraska.American settlers in considerable numbers soon began to enter the region south of the Columbia river, and inand again inthese settlers attempted to form a provisional government.
0 Others soon followed in spite of the efforts of the chief factor of the Hudson's Bay Company, Dr John M ` Loughlin, and these permanent settlers.Oppenheimer, David. Vancouver city, its progress and industries: with practical hints for capitalists and intending settlers.
Written by Mayor Oppenheimer and City Council to answer the many “enquiries from all parts of the Dominion and Great Britain” expressing interest in opportunities in Vancouver.