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Quarantine station on Grosse-ÎIe, Quebec.
Most of the buildings at the quarantine station, including seven hospitals and several housing units, were hastily built in the summer of 1847, during a full-blown typhus epidemic, and did not meet the requirements. After Confederation, the buildings and equipment were modernized to meet the standards of the new Canadian government's immigration policies.


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