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British Settlement

In accordance with the general immigration trend, few British settlers had established
homesteads in Alberta prior to 1900. While some of the younger, more adventurous "remittance men" had ventured to the prairies during the 1880s to work on the ranches, it was not until Canada's immigration-advertising program was aimed at the agricultural workers of western Europe that the British began to flood into the west.



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