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David Vermette Jul 1
A young woman, a recent college grad, wrote to me and sent me an article she had written. She wrote to me: "I simply want you to know that your book gave me the courage to voice my own story." Here it is.
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Vicky Lapointe Jun 5
Remembering the Franco-American scholar Dr. Claire H. Quintal
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Katharine Harrington Feb 13
This may be the coolest thing ever!! 3 of my French students were interviewed by Radio-Canada en francais!! They are so well-spoken here and there are photos of the and of PSU on Canadian media outlets!! Je suis si fiere!!
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Le petit Canada 🇨🇦 Jan 24
Found a cool online version of our time at the call.
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QuébecChicago Mar 2
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Katharine Harrington May 26
Last year I gave the novel as a grad gift to French major who had gotten into the whole Franco thing. She's written a great review of the book. Check it out!
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FCLpodcast Jan 22
Robert made a point we couldn't agree with more, it was one of the reasons we started this podcast, we wanted to highlight it here. We hope you'll listen to this week's fantastic episode to hear the full interview.
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QuébecChicago Mar 2
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Patrick Lacroix Jun 18
The latest: "So far as politics and business, arts and science are concerned, we are willing to assimilate, but as regards other matters we think that variety and unity are not always incompatible."
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NHPoutineFest Jan 9
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⚜ Karen Paradis May 26
Did Barkskins include any actual French Canadians in the cast ? How about just French? Disappointing so far.
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The North American Francophone Podcast Jun 14
Tune in NOW to "Franco-American Voices Series: An Interview with Jonathan Olivier, Franco-Louisianan and Founder of Le Potager d’Acadiana.”
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David Vermette Apr 24
Writing an article for the New England Historical Society. Theirs get good traction and their FB page has over 22,000 followers. Writing about the conspiracy theories around the French-Canadian immigrants to New England c. 1880-1900.
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Jérémy Bouchez Mar 25
Replying to @UMFrancoProgram
I know that's not fair since I live in Montréal and I'm not a Franco-American, but here is a poster in my room :-)
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David Vermette Apr 21
Looking forward to this new book about the Rumford, Maine area. Kerri and I have talked about doing some events together when her book launches and if/when the quarantine lifts.
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NHPoutineFest Dec 23
Give Santa what he really wants this Christmas! 🎅🏻🙌⚜️
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David Vermette Apr 22
My friends at the FCLPodcast have asked me to do a virtual presentation April 30 at 6:30 PM. I will speak about the reception of the French-Canadian immigrants in the U.S. in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. URL will appear shortly before the event.
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Claire-Marie Brisson Jun 24
A little slice of my St-Jean celebration tonight - a reserve cheddar cheese from Québec and some maple sugar candy to enjoy after dinner. 💙⚜️🤍
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Kerith Mar 3
Day 2 w/ ! Inspiring ateliers with amazing students at ! And off to a Slam poetry performance with at ! Demain en route vers Détroit! 🎤
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hootreading Jan 30
Replying to @hootreading
We provide 1:1 online reading support to kids K-Gr.6. Earn extra money from home & help emerging readers!
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