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From: "miseria" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Coming into US from Canada
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2007 20:56:23 -0500
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lol Good one, Doreen. That would be my guess in most areas but, in the Michigan coastal regions it would have been easier to float a boat, especially since they lived and stayed on the Detroit River coast. The first French soldiers and settlers came to Detroit by boat, no?

Thanks so much for the links, and the chuckle. : )

Toni


Toni - they packed a lunch, hopped on their horse and went south through the woods... lol

"Prior to April 1908, people were able to move freely across the border from the United States into Canada; no record of immigration exists for those individuals." -
see: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/genealogy/022-908.005-e.html

http://www.genesearch.com/ports.html
St. Albans records of crossing at border points only starts at 1895.

Doreen




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