Manual Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, 1832-1837

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Academic journal article The Canadian Geographer. Writing to his English relatives in the fall of , William Spencer described the town of Bronte where he had acquired a small parcel of land.

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Settlers assisted others who fell into distress, and one and all "could fish and fowl as much as There were powerful messages in this vignette. Upper Canada was a place in rapid transformation, where industry, freedom from restraint, and the kindness of strangers allowed even the unfortunate to put setbacks behind them.

If you were here "you would be doing better" Spencer told his parents, though he had lost his wife to typhus fever shortly after their arrival in the new world, and had then spent some years working another's farm for a one-fourth share of its yield. Countless letters home echoed such sentiments through the first half of the nineteenth century. Life was not always a bowl of cherries on this frontier--some of the accounts of hardship and loss are heart-rending.

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Upper Canada was a place in rapid transformation, where industry, freedom from restraint, and the kindness of strangers allowed even the unfortunate to put setbacks behind them. If you were here "you would be doing better" Spencer told his parents, though he had lost his wife to typhus fever shortly after their arrival in the new world, and had then spent some years working another's farm for a one-fourth share of its yield.

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Countless letters home echoed such sentiments through the first half of the nineteenth century. Life was not always a bowl of cherries on this frontier--some of the accounts of hardship and loss are heart-rending. Share John Capelain's grief at the toll of a "very great affliction" visited upon his family by "the Almighty" within days of their arrival in the Huron Tract: "I lost my poor little Mary for the first, then my poor dearest wife, then my two youngest, and little Edmund, all in the space of eight days. And what was more hard for me I was obliged to wrap them up in the rinds of trees and dig holes and put them in myself.

Sheridan Hogan, the author of a prize-winning essay celebrating the progress of the colony, Canada should be a "matter of wonder and instruction" for the way in which "upwards of a million of the working classes had within a short space of time, and by means hitherto unknown or unthought of, raised themselves to comparative affluence and independence. An unknown error has occurred.

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