The Emigrant's Guide to Upper Canada; Or, Sketches of the Present State of That Province: Collected From a Residence Therein During the Years 1817, 18 (Hardcover)
This guidebook provides invaluable insight into life in Upper Canada during the early 19th century. Charles Stuart's firsthand account of his experiences as an immigrant in the region is interspersed with practical advice for those considering emigrating to Canada.
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