Category: Resources

Blog Update

After six months of regular weekly posts—some twenty-five posts in fact—this blog is shifting gears. Following Mason Wade, its stated mission was and remains to chronicle French Canadians’ larger North American experience, beyond their history in the St. Lawrence River valley, beyond Quebec. As consistent readers know, I am especially interested in the French-Canadian diaspora […]

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Internet Resources on Franco-American History

Although Franco-Americans are a comparatively little-known cultural minority, from the perspective of U.S. ethnic and immigration history, resources on their past and present abound on the web. The list of links below—granted, not an exhaustive one—is intended as a starting point for those undertaking research on Franco-Americans, or those who may not have the time […]

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