Lucille H. Campey, a Canadian citizen currently living in England, has completed four major works depicting the place and plight of early Scottish emigrants to Canada. Her groundbreaking research offers fresh insights into the realities of these emigrants, their ocean crossings and their establishment of new lives in the New World. This is her fifth book to be published by Natural Heritage Books.
"This book gathers together a large body of material, from both primary and secondary sources, and considers the nature, direction and impact of the emigrant flows from Scotland to Upper Canada." -- Ontario Professional Surveyor, 2007 "... important for historians of Scots in Canada." -- Joshua D. MacFadyen -- Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society