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Emigration of French Canadians to the US
Posted by: Damien Belanger Date: September 11, 2000 at 17:43:58
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Those wishing to read about the emigration of French Canadians to the United States in the period of 1840-1930 should go to
There, you will find four texts (French Canadian emigration to the USA, 1840-1930, Survivance in New England and the Flint affair, Rapatriement, and Franco-Americans, the Sentinelle Affair and Quebec nationalism). These texts analyze the causes of emigration, the process, the standard of living of the emigrants, the geography of their migration and various other issues that confronted them.


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