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The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course Canadian:Immigration Records by Patricia McGregor, PLCGS. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).
Bibliography & Suggested Reading
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- Cooper, Afua. “The Search for Mary Bibb, Black Woman Teacher in Nineteenth-Century Canada West”, Ontario History, vol. 83 (1991).
- Filby, William P. and Mary K. Meyer. compilers,Passenger and Immigration Lists Index: a guide to published arrival records of about 500,000 passengers who came to the United States and Canada in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Washington, DC: Gale Research, 1981 and several supplements since. This index can also be purchased as a CD-ROM collection through the website:
- Green, Ernest. “Upper Canada’s Black Defenders”,Ontario History, vol. 27 (1931).
- Harrison, Michael and Dorothy Martin, transcribers. The Records Of The Society For The Relief Of The Sick and Destitute 1817-1847. Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 2002.
- Johnson, Daniel, Peter M. Toner and Kenneth Kanner.Passengers to New Brunswick: The Custom House Records. New Brunswick Genealogical Society, 1987.
- Knowles, Valerie.Strangers at Our Gates', Canadian Immigration and Immigration Policy 1540-1990.Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1992.
- Lamond, Robert.A Narrative of the Rise & Progress of Emigration from the Counties of Lanark & 'Renfrew to the New Settlements in Upper Canada on Government Grant. Glasgow, 1821. Ottawa: Canadian Heritage Publications, 1978.
- Lawrence, Grace. A Proud Past, a Promising Future: Ontario Black History Society. OGS Seminar Annual 1987.
- Merriman, Brenda Dougall.Genealogy in Ontario: Searching the Records, 3rd edition. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, 1996.
- Mitchell, Brian.Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 2001.
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- Obee, Dave. Destination Canada:A guide to 20th century immigration records. 2nd edition, privately published, 2004.
- O’Gallagher, Marianna. Grosse Île, Gateway to Canada 1832-1937. Ste Foy, Quebec: Livres Carraig Books 1984, 4th printing, 2001.
- Punch, Terrence M., ed. Genealogist’s Handbook for Atlantic Canada Research. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Second Edition, 1997.
- Punch, Terrence M. Genealogical Research in Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nimbus Publishing, 1998.
- Riendeau, Roger and staff. Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, An Enduring Heritage, Black 'Contributions to Early Ontario. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1984.
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- Smith, Marian L. By Way of Canada: U.S. Records of Immigration Across the U.S.-Canadian Border, 1895-195'4 (St. Albans Lists). The U.S. National Archives & Records Administration, Fall 2000, Vol. 32, No. 3. Accessed online.
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- Stratford-Devai, Fawne. Province of Ontario Immigration Records, An Overview. Global Heritage Press, 2005.
- Winks, Robin.The Blacks in Canada: A History. McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal, 2000.
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