Emigrants

Some articles on emigrants:

Calabrian Diaspora - Numbers
... nation (which led to the rise of Fascism) "pushed" 614,000 emigrants away in 1920, half of them going to the United States ... in 1922 there was a general slowdown in the flow of emigrants from Italy—eventually ... Even as late as 1930, 300,000 emigrants left Italy in that single year ...
Collingwood Hughes - Later Life
... The ship carried large numbers of emigrants travelling from the United Kingdom and Ireland to Australia ... comments about the quality and character of the emigrants, which were published in the press ... Four hundred emigrants formed a committee and passed a resolution demanding that Hughes leave the ship ...
Conspiracy And Siege Of The Mountain Meadows Massacre - The Emigrants
... See also Baker-Fancher party The Arkansas emigrants, who were later attacked at Mountain Meadows, were traveling to California shortly before the Utah War began ... and traveling in several smaller groups these emigrants gathered together near Salt Lake City, Utah and became the Baker-Fancher party ... As these emigrants were crossing into the Utah Territory, the Mormons throughout the Territory had been mustered to fight the advancing United States Army, which ...
Llanbrynmair - History
... The parish is reputed to have been the source of the most emigrants, per capita, to America of any in Wales ... A large proportion of these emigrants settled in western Ohio, particularly in the rural farming communities of Paddy's Run (now Shandon), Gomer and Venedocia ... The two most prominent emigrants were Edward Bebb and Ezekiel Hughes, who settled in Butler County, Ohio near Paddy's Run ...