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  • Author: Vaillant, P.U.

Date: 1909 janvier

Publication: La Revue Franco-Américaine

Volume: 2

Language: Français

Find in a Library: 445763455, 564957447

Deuxième partie d'une pièce biographique sur un prêtre canadien-français aux Etats-Unis. Sa vie comme curé de la paroisse à Flint Village, Fall River, Massachusetts. Ses préoccupations culturelles au sein de sa paroisse, et les…

  • Author: Vaillant, P.U.

Date: 1909-02

Publication: La Revue Franco-Américaine

Volume: 2

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 445763455, 564957447

Troisième partie d'une pièce biographique sur un prêtre canadien-français aux Etats-Unis. Les communications avec son évêque, et ses efforts à développer une paroisse nationale à Fall River, au Massachusetts. Quelques…

  • Author: Luyat, Anne
  • Author: Tolron, Francine

Date: 2001

Language: English

Find in a Library: 49197560

Collection of essays in cultural criticism, with specific emphases on national, ethnic, and linguistic identities in transit. Divided in the text by the geographies to which each essay pertains. From the introduction: "The authors [in 'Flight from…

  • Author: Sterne, Evelyn Savidge

Date: 2003

Language: en

Find in a Library: 123124412, 52458642

Find Online: OL7848540M

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From Cornell University Press: "Through her account of the newcomers' fight for political inclusion, Evelyn Savidge Sterne offers a fresh perspective on the nationwide struggle to define American identity at the turn of the twentieth century....In a…

  • Author: Hero, Alfred Olivier, Jr.

Date: 2002-spr/sum

Publication: Québec Studies

Volume: 33

Language: en

Find in a Library: 60628349

Changing face of the francophone presence in Louisiana - from French colonial rule beginning in the 17h century, to the Acadian migrations of the 18th century, through Spanish and eventual American rule, and meshed into the assimilative forces of…

  • Author: Picard, Marc

Date: 2003-09

Publication: Onoma

Volume: 38

Language: en; fr

Find in a Library: 1645764

From the author:"Although most French-Canadian surnames bear a strong resemblance to those found in France today, many have undergone various types of orthographical and phonological alterations which make them unique in the French-speaking world.…

  • Author: Moran, William (speaker)

Date: 2002 October 26

Language: English

Find in a Library: 174144-1 (C-SPAN Video Library)

A presentation by William Moran on his book, "The Belles of New England," as a portion of the 2002 Concord Festival of Authors, Concord, Massachusetts. From C-SPAN: "Mr. Moran discussed his book 'The Belles of New England: The Women of the Textile…

  • Author: Liptak, Msgr. David Q.

Date: 2009 April 1

Publication: The Catholic Transcript

Language: English

Find in a Library: 17864375

Short response to a question submitted to the monthly newspaper of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford regarding First Amendment politics, the Acadians, and the history of anti-Catholic prejudice in Connecticut.

  • Author: Greeley, Andrew M.

Date: 1971

Language: English

Find in a Library: 135350

Andrew M. Greeley, an American Catholic priest and writer, offers in "Why Can't They Be Like Us?" a preliminary investigation of white minorities in the United States. His observations are considerate of both social formations and religious movements…

  • Author: Greeley, Andrew M. (editor)
  • Author: Baum, Gregory (editor)

Date: 1977

Language: English

Find in a Library: 3358854

A selection of essays on religion and ethnicity in international contexts. Emphasis on Catholicism. Includes pieces situated in Western Europe, North America, and French Canada, on topics ranging from church attendance, to nationalism, to biblical…

  • Author: Abramson, Harold J.

Date: 1973

Language: en

Find in a Library: 579627

Sociology of Catholic religion in the United States. Explores how ethnicity characterizes Roman Catholicism in immigrant communities in the. Abramson supports his claims with statistics compiled by the National Opinion Research Center.

  • Author: Archdeacon, Thomas J.

Date: 1983

Language: en

Find in a Library: 9131872

Find Online: OL4322670W

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A history of immigration in the United States, its national impact, and the effects of American naturalization upon immigrant ethnic identity. From the cover: "From the English settlers who founded the Jamestown colony to the recent refugees from…

  • Author: Daniels, Roger

Date: 2002

Language: en

Find in a Library: 50930977

Find Online: OL2664429W

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Comprehensive history of immigration to the United States from the 17th to the 21st century. Divided into [ ] parts: Colonial America; The Century of Immigration (1820-1924); and Modern Times.

  • Author: Handlin, Oscar

Date: 1972

Language: en

Find in a Library: 389635

Find Online: OL1170977W

American immigration history in photos by the author of the award-winning historical piece, "The Uprooted."

  • Author: Violette, Maurice

Date: 1976

Language: en

Find in a Library: 2176381

A thorough history of the Franco American presence in the city of Augusta, Maine, up to the 1970s. Histories of mill, church, school, and community, from their migrant inception through sometimes celebratory, sometimes violent, persistence.…

  • Author: Ouelette, Joanne
  • Author: New Hampshire Historical Society

Date: 2013

Language: en

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Outline of dates and figures; compilation of facts and notes relevant to the history of French Canadian immigrants in the state of New Hampshire around the beginning of the twentieth century. Designed by the New Hampshire Historical Society for…

  • Author: Wickett, S. Morley

Date: 1913-01

Publication: The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

Volume: 45

Language: en

Find in a Library: 486783228

Brief 1913 review of what the author calls "the great Canadian exodus" - the period from 1850 to 1900 when nearly 1.8 million English and French Canadians emigrated to the United States.

  • Author: Gerstle, Gary

Date: 1997-09

Publication: The Journal of American History

Volume: 84

Language: en

Find in a Library: 35782298

From the author: "In this essay, I test the Crèvecoeurian myth of Americanization against the rich body of work produced by historians and other students of European immigration in the twentieth century. The myth consists of four distinct claims:…

  • Author: Abramson, Harold J.

Date: 1971-07-00

Publication: Journal of Social History

Volume: 4

Language: en

Find in a Library: 478399059

Brief sociological and historical analysis of the convergences and divergences of religion and ethnicity. Sections devoted to Italian, Irish, French Canadian, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Polish, and German Catholic societies.