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|Immigrants: 20th Century: page 1 of 2|
Tent Camp A British settlers' tent camp as Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,
Farmer A Ukrainian farmer working with oxen on his homestead in Alberta,
Immigrants Slavic immigrants working on the Ontario and Rainy River Railway,
Immigrants Macedonian immigrants in a Toronto boarding house, 1911. Newcomers
as these, often unskilled hand-labourers, made their own way and added greatly to the
human development of Ontario.
Corbett Family Mrs. Corbett and her family from England, at Quebec to meet her
husband in 1911.
Office An Ontario Government Immigration Office, most probably in Toronto, and
before the First World War.
Scenes Composite drawing of immigrants in the early 1900s.
Arrival Registering immigrants in Quebec, early 20th century.
Children Immigrant children at York Public School, Toronto, Ontario, 1923, with 14
nationalities represented in the group.
Market Jewish Market Day, Kensington Market, Toronto, Ontario, 1924.
Family at Quebec British family en route to Western Canada, at Quebec City,
Building The women's dormitory at the immigration building, St. John, New
Brunswick, c. 1920s.
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