BRETON, Raymond, and Pierre SAVARD (eds.).
Title: Quebec and Acadian Diaspora in North America
Publisher:  Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto , 1982, ISBN:0919045111
Seller ID: 98127
BRETON, Raymond, and Pierre SAVARD (eds.). The Quebec and Acadian Diaspora in North America. Toronto : The Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1982. First Edition. Pp [i]-xix,(3),-199,(3). Figures. Tables. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in blue. Contents : "Quebec and Acadian as sources of emigration : Acadians : a people in search of a country" by Jean Daigle; "Emigration and colonization : twin themes in nineteenth-century French Canadian literature" by David M. Hayne; "Acadiens and Quebecois inthe United States : Rise and fall of Felix Albert : Some reflections on th e aspirations of habitant immigration to Lowell, Massachusetts in the late nineteenth century" by Frances H. Early; "Language and ethnic identity in south Louisiana : implications of data from Mamou Prairie" by Gerald L. Gold; "Franco-Americans : occupational profiles" by Madeleine Giguère; "Franco-Americans and ethnic studies : notes on a mill town" by Robert F. Harney; "French in the Canadian West : Decline of French as home language in the Quebec and Acadian diaspora of Canada and the United States" by Charles Castonguay; "Affaire forest : Franco-Manitobans in search of cultural and linguistic duality" by Gilbert-L. Comeault; "Patriote de l'Ouest and French settlement on the Prairies, 1910-1930" by André N. Lalonde; "Franco-Ontarians : Spatial patterns in Franco-Ontarian communities" by Donald Cartwright; "Roleof the Church in French Ontario" by Robert Choquette; "Franco-Ontarian col lectivity : material and symbolic dimensions of its minority status" by Danielle Juteau-Lee; "Franco-Ontarian experience" by Gaetan Vallières. Spine sunned, rubbed, else very good. 16.00