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| Amos Greenlaw most likely
traveled over 16 thousand miles on the trip from near St.Andrews, New
Brunswick around Cape Horn, up to Puget Sound then down to Tumwater.
Even with a fast ship, such as voyage would have taken around four
My next research project will be to find out more details of the voyage or similar voyages in the 1860's and additional background into why so many men from New Brunswick took this trip to the Pacific Northwest.
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