Exiles of Madeira

Cottage Exiles

of Madeira Flee by Rev. W. M. Blackburn

Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1860

Published after the arrival of Madeirans in the Jacksonville and Springfield Illinois area, this book describes the events that led to the migration a number of my ancestors and perhaps yours as well. Xeroxed by George R. "Correia" Coraor and scanned by Robert J. Coraor, these images are provided for those who do not have access to the book and want to know more about their heritage. Each "page" is actually the image of two pages, e.g. Page 2 will show both page 2 and 3.

Page 1 Page 2 Page 4 Page 6 Page 8 Page 10
Page 12 Page 14 Page 16 Page 18 Page 20 Page 22
Page 24 Page 26 Page 28 Page 30 Page 32 Page 34
Page 36 Page 38 Page 40 Page 42 Page 44 Page 46
Page 48 Page 50 Page 52 Page 54 Page 56 Page 58
Page 60 Page 62 Page 64 Page 66 Page 68 Page 70
Page 72 Page 74 Page 78 Page 80 Page 82 Page 84
Page 86 Page 88 Page 90 Page 92 Page 94 Page 96
Page 98 Page 100 Page 102 Page 104 Page 106 Page 108
Page 110 Page 112 Page 114 Page 116 Page 118 Page 120
Page 122 Page 124 Page 126 Page 128 Page 130 Page 132
Page 134 Page 136 Page 138 Page 140 Page 142 Page 144
Page 146 Page 148 Page 150 Page 152 Page 154 Page 156
Page 158 Page 160 Page 162 Page 164 Page 166 Page 168
Page 170 Page 172 Page 174 Page 176 Page 178 Page 180
Page 182 Page 184 Page 186 Page 188 Page 190 Page 192
Page 194 Page 196 Page 198 Page 200 Page 202 Page 204
Page 206 Page 208 Page 210 Page 212 Page 214 Page 216
Page 218          
For a copy of this book converted to a text file (.txt) you can download it (note it is 289K)

You should be able read this with WordPad, your word processor or other text editor..

Go To Bob's Homepage:

Other Madeira and Portuguese Links you may find of interest:

 

edited on 01/13/01