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Chinese immigrants at British Columbia, 1886

Chinese immigrants at British Columbia, 1886
Most Chinese immigrants to North America disembarked at Vancouver, BC, where they could either remain or continue east. Those wishing to enter Newfoundland and Labrador had to travel by rail to Halifax and then board a steamer to the island of Newfoundland.

Photo by Edouard Deville. Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada (PA-038034), Ottawa, Ontario.

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