Film T-5471

Report of Admissions at the Port of Gretna, Manitoba for the month of August 1910


Tourists 7-5, 7-5

Page 83 August 1910

Day of Month

Name

Age

M

Age

F

Occupation

Country of birth

Country of Citizenship

Travelling

Train No

From

To

How much Money

Remarks

16

Alex Shaw Sn

65

 

Farmer

USA

USA

GN Passenger

 

ND

Yellow Grass

$500

 

 

Mrs do

 

63

 

Do

 

Do

 

 

 

O N Bakke

30

 

Do

Do

 

Humboldt

$100

 

 

J Smaland

29

 

Do

Do

 

Minn

Prince Albert

$13

Going to Farm Work

 

G Foriak

29

 

Do

Do

 

Do

$18

 

J Johnson

21

 

Do

Do

 

Winnipeg

$14

 

Peter Remmen

22

 

Do

Do

 

Do

$15

 

Axel do

27

 

Do

Do

 

Do

$17

 

Mrs Listoe

 

76

 

Do

 

ND

Do

$20

Going to live with Daughter (Mrs Crosbie)

17

J P Oien

36

 

Minister

Do

 

Do

$40

 

 

Mrs do

 

29

 

Do

 

Do

 

 

 

Paul do

5

 

 

Do

 

Do

 

 

 

Bertrand do

1

 

 

Do

 

Do

 

 

 

M Ingwalson

23

 

Farmer

Do

 

Outlook

$20

Have Farm Work

 

Jacob Jacobson

25

 

Do

Do

 

Do

$15



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Film of border crossings at Gretna Manitoba in 1910 transcribed by "Jim Bundy" E-mail. As it happens, almost all of the people were arriving from various midwestern US states, and on their way to several places in Saskatchewan. A very few actually stayed in Manitoba. A few were arriving directly from Europe. Almost all were travelling by rail.

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Film T-5471

Report of Admissions at the Port of Gretna, Manitoba 1910