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Making the journey abroad
Emma Robinson-Tomsett

Death in the Age of Sail: The Passage to Australia (London, 2006), p. 23). Stephen Constantine also estimates that there were a minimum of 19,962,638 British emigrants between 1815 and 1938 (S. Constantine, ‘Introduction: empire migration and imperial harmony’, in S. Constantine (ed.), Emigrants and Empire: British Settlement in the Dominions between the Wars (Manchester, 1990), p. 1). 2 J. Belich, Replenishing the Earth: The Settler Revolution and the Rise of the Anglo-World, 1783  –1939 (Oxford, 2009), p. 58; M. Harper and S. Constantine, Migration and Empire

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