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Immigrants in Fishing, Farming and Mining

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Armin Heirani

on 25 November 2014

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Transcript of Immigrants in Fishing, Farming and Mining

Immigrants in Fishing, Farming and Mining
immigrants from different countries cleared land and developed farms across Canada
Immigrants in Farming
Japanese immigrants introduced new methods of fishing to the west coast
Immigrants in Fishing
Hungarian immigrants helped other canadian foresters to improve the way forests are cut down
Immigrants in Forestry and Mining
Sources:Exploring Canada Book
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free farmland in the prairies attracted immigrants in the 1900's
immigrants made contributions that improved farming
Dutch immigrants made greenhouses to grow vegetables and flowers indoors
the Japanese made a industry there
American immigrants Introduced a new way of oil drilling
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