Weekend Sale on Inter-Colonial Migration Books

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Weekend Sale on Inter-Colonial Migration Books

Save up to 20% through 11:59 PM EDT, Monday, April 22nd, 2019



During the colonial period of American history, and sometimes later, our immigrants did not always sail directly to their final destination. For instance, many 18th-century South Carolina families must first trace their origins to Barbados, and only then to Great Britain. A number of Irish emigrants disembarked at the Canadian port of St. John, New Brunswick, taking advantage of the cheaper bookings, only to settle permanently in New England at some time in the future. Many 19th-century German immigrants who arrived at the Port of Baltimore stayed only long enough to book passage to Western Maryland, Wheeling, West Virginia, or eventually to Cincinnati. Each of the following books identifies passengers or families who engaged in this inter-colonial migration. We’re discounting each of them by up to 20% through this Monday night, April 22!

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On-Sale Inter-Colonial Migration Books