Where did Irish people settle in Canada?
The peak period of entry of the Irish to Canada occurred during and shortly after the Great Irish Famine in the mid 19th century; a great number of them settled in the first arriving provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The majority of Irish settled in Grosse Isle. The peak period of entry of the Irish to Canada occurred during and shortly after the Great Irish Famine in the mid 19th century; a great number of them settled in the first arriving provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The majority of Irish settled in Grosse Isle.
Most of the Irish settled in Ontario but the rest remaining were found throughout Canada.
The potato famine in Ireland lasted from 1845 to 1849. During this terrible part of Irish history, Great Britain tried to direct Irish people immigrating to North America to settle in Canada. The British provided incentives to induce this among the Irish. Many did, however, very often they left Canada to settle in the US.
irish people came from ireland and settled in texas
Irish people had emigrated from Ireland long before the Famine but from 1845 they emigrated principally to Great Britain, USA, Canada , Australia and in lesser numbers to New Zealand and Argentina
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The majority of Irish settled in Grosse Isle.
Irish people settled all around Britain, so in just about every part of it. Irish people and people of Irish ancestry can be found in any major town or city in Britain.
Irish people quite likely lived in Ireland before Canada. Also some came from America to Canada.
The aboriginals Mi'kmaq and Inuit were the original people who lived in Canada.
The first people to settle in Canada were the Aboriginal. The Aboriginals came to Canada about 12,000 years ago and it is widely believed that they came from what is known today as Asia.
the first people to settle Ontario Canada is the french
where did the germons and Scott Irish settle in Virginia
the dutch did settle in canada.
i have absolutly no idea... but let me know
The Quakers, Pennsylvania Dutch, and Scotch-Irish were the first to settle Pennsylvania.
So the locals would shoot them instead.
The Irish settled in the USA. around the 1840's. They settled here because of farm land
Saint Patrick's Day, March 17, is celebrated all over the world by people of Irish descent and people who wish they were of Irish descent. It is a celebration of the deep roots of the Irish people and their pride in a rich spiritual, cultural and social heritage. Many Irish people emigrated to the Atlantic Provinces during the Irish potato famine in the 19th century, and from there spread out across Canada.
Irish settled in New Orleans.
They were mean :(
the patatas hopped on a plane, and moved to Canada before the Irish people and caused the famine.and every one died :(
in where you live!!!
they came by ship, so there was a lot of diseases.
The Vikings where the firts to settle in Canada
the Irish settled on the east coast when they came to America.
They started about 10,000 years ago and continue to this day. The area became part of Canada in the late 1800's.
Answer the reason the Irish came to Canada is because of the potatoe famine, the bad economy, and WWII. in WWII, they were about to get their houses blown to bits. they felt that Canada was safer than Ireland. That's the answer. not to drink, whoever put that there. this is by Jakejoe.
Canada, United States, England, and Australia.
what di the scotch -irish homes look like
Yes, the Vikings were the first Europeans to settle in Canada.
The Irish have been coming to Canada since 1700.
People most likely came to the US and Canda cause no one was here and it was good building ground..
Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow.
Tidewater and Piedmont
They cant get jobs because there related to leprechauns
No slavery in Canada
Irish people have gone to many countries and settled in many parts of the countries that they went to, so that question cannot really be answered. Irish peopel have gone to many places, like UK and americia but can be found almost anywhere! Bye bye
He did not settle in Canada, as a result of a mutiny he was caste adrift in an open boat in Hudson Bay and never seen again Spain
The people from Barbados settled in many places. Some places they settled include Trinidad, Jamaica, United States, and Canada.
valley and ridge
Yes. Around the year 1850.
both Great Britain and France
Irish people were in Ireland, not Scotland. However, the western part of Scotland is nearest in proximity to the island of Ireland, making that area of Scotland a popular point of arrival for Irish emigrating from Ireland to Great Britain over the years. Scottish cities with the largest number of residents of Irish ancestry are: Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. The first sentence of this answer is not needed. That's not what the questioner meant.
austraillia & new zealand were populated by Irish when English sent them as prisoners
the English colonization first settled in Nova Scoti, that is close to Prince Edward Island today.
More often than not, yes, the Irish often had to settle in the slums. In cities in the North, like New York City, the Irish were normally too poor to own their own homes. Areas like Lowers Manhattans "Five Points" were home to many slums and in those slums were many poor Irish immigrant's. In the South, though most Irish immigrants did not settle there, the Irish were not necessarily in slums, however, they did… Read More
They came to the US....
In the east part of the us