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Kota Inten Kota Inten

Dutch Heritage Ceramic Wall Plaque

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This exclusive Delft blue-style ceramic wall plaque makes a great commemorative gift, especially for anniversaries of an immigration date, immigration reunions and family gatherings. The Kota Inten crossed the Atlantic Ocean a number of times in 1948, mostly packed with Dutch immigrants heading for a new life in Canada. The first journey started at Rotterdam on March 12 and was followed by a second departure on April 8, and again on the sailings of May 7, June 4, July 6, August 10 and September 7. A group of Mennonite refugees from Eastern Europe, notably the Ukraine, departed the 'Old World' amidst Dutch immigrants on the August 10 sailing. Various Kota Inten passengers contributed their recollections to the book To All Our Children. The Project I Remember welcomes the participation of Dutch immigrant families and others who crossed the Atlantic Ocean aboard the Kota Inten.

The 6"x6" (15cmx15cm) plaques have protective cork feet for surface use and a hanger for display on walls. They are packaged and shipped in styrofoam-lined boxes. These plaques can be found throughout North America at thousands of Dutch immigrant homes. A $14.95 value. NOW on sale!

USD 7.95 / CAD 9.95

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