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Great Migration, Great Migrations, or The Great Migration may refer to:
- The Migration Period of Europe from 400 to 800 C.E.
- Great Migration of Puritans from England to New England (1620–1643)
- Atlantic slave trade
- Great Serb Migrations from the Ottoman Empire to the Habsburg Monarchy (1690 and 1737)
- Great Migration of Canada, increased migration to Canada, (approximately 1815–1850)
- Great Migration, resulting from the 1947 Partition of British India
- African American "Great Migrations":
- The original Great Migration (African American) from the southern United States to the northern United States (1910–1930)
- The Second Great Migration (African American) from the southern United States to the northern and western United States (1941–1970)
- The New Great Migration, reverse migration from the North, Midwest and the West to the southern United States (1965–present)
- The Great Migration of 1843, the first large group of settlers to travel via the Oregon Trail to the Oregon Country
- The Great Trek of South African Boers away from British colonial power
- Great Migrations, 2010 National Geographic nature documentary television miniseries
- The Great Migration (album), 2006 album by rapper Bronze Nazareth
- Great Migrations (Greyhawk), fictional migrations in the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
- Great migration, a yearly wildebeest migration in the Serengeti
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