Anne Renaud
Island of Hope and Sorrow: The Story of Grosse Ile (Canadian Immigration)
January 14, 2020 Comments.. 128
Island of Hope and Sorrow: The Story of Grosse Ile (Canadian Immigration) Anne Renaud From 1832 to 1937 than four million people sailed across the Atlantic to the port of Quebec with the dream of creating better lives for themselves in the New World During this period, a tiny island called Grosse Ile, located fifty kilometers downstream from the port, served as a quarantine station Its mission was to prevent ship passengers from spreading diseases toFrom 1832 to 1937 than four million people sailed across the Atlantic to the port of Quebec with the dream of creating better lives for themselves in the New World During this period, a tiny island called Grosse Ile, located fifty kilometers downstream from the port, served as a quarantine station Its mission was to prevent ship passengers from spreading diseases to the mainland This is the story of the island, which served both as gateway and graveyard for the thousands of people who landed on its shores, and of the caring island workers who welcomed them From the Canadian Immigration series.. Island of Hope and Sorrow The Story of Grosse Ile Canadian Immigration From to than four million people sailed across the Atlantic to the port of Quebec with the dream of creating better lives for themselves in the New World During this period a tiny island ca
  • Title: Island of Hope and Sorrow: The Story of Grosse Ile (Canadian Immigration)
  • Author: Anne Renaud
  • ISBN: 9781897073544
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Island of Hope and Sorrow: The Story of Grosse Ile (Canadian Immigration) Anne Renaud

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