Citing an additional 7,000 Irish-born residents of Atlantic Canada, Volume IV of this series brings the coverage of this ground-breaking work forward to 1863, the mid-point of the American Civil War. By that year, Irish immigration into Atlantic Canada had diminished almost to a trickle, as ever bigger and faster steam ships allowed immigrants to set out for the more distant factory towns of New England and various points in the American West.
Punch, Terrence M.
Genealogical Publishing Company
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