1872-1896 : Middlemore Homes Index- (Archived Web pages) : Index to Children's Emigration, Home children, mainly from the Birmingham, Warwickshire, England area, who came to Canada 1872-1896.new
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1803 : Passenger List Reconstruction for the Polly- An attempt at an accurate passenger list reconstruction for the "Polly", the first of the Lord Selkirk's trio of vessels to arrive on Prince Edward Island (Canada) in 1803. The "Polly" arrived arrived with her passengers from the Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland on Sunday, August 7th, 1803.
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1849 : Buena Vista and Hartley Passengers- (archived web pages - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond) : 326 passengers who departed from Swansea to Liverpool and then to New Orleans.
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1857 : Passengers of the John McKenzie- The JOHN McKENZIE sailed from the Clyde (Scotland) May 18, 1857 and arrived at Quebec shortly before June 26, 1857. What makes this ship notable is that many of the passengers were then loaded onto the steamship Montreal which was to take them from Quebec City to Montreal. What followed was one of the worst marine disasters in Canadian history.
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1873 : Loss of the Steamship Atlantic, White Star Line, March 30, 1873- Story and passenger list. When the Atlantic was wrecked off the coast of Nova Scotia in March of 1873, she became the worst marine disaster for Canada of the nineteenth century, with 546 out of 975 lives lost. RMS Atlantic was a transatlantic ocean liner of the White Star Line that operated between Liverpool, England, and New York City.
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