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Title Practical Emigration to the United States of North America, Systematised: Exhibiting the Source of all the Difficulties, Losers, Disappointments, and Misfortunes to which Europeans are Subject in their Incipient Efforts to Effect Settlements; and Pointing out a Rational and Practical Mode of Avoiding such Casualties. In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Friends of Emigration in Europe
Author Matrat, J B; Browne, Thomas Egerton (ed.)
Date 1835
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Reference G450.M433.P835
BIB ID 476299
Library / Archive American Antiquarian Society
Collection Name Immigration General
Description Made up of a series of letters addressed to "Friends of emigration in Europe" discussing the problems encountered by immigrants to the United States and offering advice for how to avoid them.
Theme(s) Departures: Port Conditions and Organisation; Journey Conditions; Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences
Country (from) France; Germany; Great Britain; Ireland
Country (to) United States of America
Ports Liverpool, England; Dublin, Ireland; Glasgow, Scotland; Havre, France; New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, United States; Quebec, Montreal, Canada
Nationality English; Scottish; Welsh; Irish; Germany; French
Keywords emigration, immigration, living conditions, exploitation, money, land
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the American Antiquarian Society catalogue.
Language English
Copyright American Antiquarian Society