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When Irish immigrants stepped off the end of the gangway in the mid 1820’s and onto Bytown’s¬†Upper Canada¬†soil, they were undoubtedly relieved that their harrowing journey was over. Left behind was the menace of tyranny. Before them lay the possibility of land ownership and hopes for a prosperous future. Continue reading “Malaria Devastated Bytown’s Irish”