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Socio-economic dislocation and inter-war emigration to Canada and the United States: A Scottish snapshot (2006)
Journal Article
Harper, M., & Evans, N. J. (2006). Socio-economic dislocation and inter-war emigration to Canada and the United States: A Scottish snapshot. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 34(4), 529-552. https://doi.org/10.1080/03086530600991456

During the 1920s emigration from Scotland exceeded the natural growth of population. Yet relatively little attention has been paid to the mechanisms of relocation, the regional and occupational origins and destinations of the emigrants or their demog... Read More about Socio-economic dislocation and inter-war emigration to Canada and the United States: A Scottish snapshot.

Latter-Day Saint Scandinavian migration through Hull, England, 1852-1894 (2002)
Journal Article
Woods, F. E., & Evans, N. (2002). Latter-Day Saint Scandinavian migration through Hull, England, 1852-1894. BYU Studies, 41(4), 75-102

Nearly one hundred thousand Latter-day Saints made the journey across the Atlantic during the nineteenth century. Both contemporary commentators and Mormon historians alike have described these ocean crossings extensively. Yet the journey from Liverp... Read More about Latter-Day Saint Scandinavian migration through Hull, England, 1852-1894.