Grosse Île National Historic Site

Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Quebec Canada

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“Walk in the footsteps of the tens of thousands of immigrants”

The Grosse Île National Historic Site is an island in the St. Lawrence, where immigrants traveling to Quebec from Europe, particularly from Ireland, were forced to quarantine from 1832 to 1937 (similar to New York’s Ellis Island).

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Grosse Île National Historic Site

Gulf of Saint Lawrence
Quebec
Canada

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