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  • Author: Blaise, Clark

Date: 1992

Language: en

Find in a Library: 26801089

Find Online: OL1478722M

Book of international short stories rooted in Montréal and the US Northeast. Written in English with a recognizable play of languages, especially French and German. From renowned fiction writer and essayist, Clark Blaise, author of such books as "I…

  • Author: Lacroix, Michel
  • Author: Zurek, Nadia

Date: 2011

Publication: Recherches féministes

Volume: 24

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 60618507

Un article sur les oeuvres et la vie sociale d'une journaliste franco-américaine de Pierreville, Québec et Lowell, Massachusetts - Yvonne Le Maître - aux États-Unis, au Canada, et en Europe. La particularité de sa variété d'écriture dans le…

  • Author: McKillop, Donal
  • Author: Wilson, John O. S.

Date: 2011 August 01

Publication: Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments

Volume: 20

Language: en

Find in a Library: 733298405

Summary of the international history of the credit union, its functions, and how it operates. Covers the credit union's birth, growth, popularization around the world, and its continuing structural development. Makes mention of the significance of…

  • Author: Clément, Antoine (rédacteur)

Date: 1948

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 301493649

Find Online: OL11745244W

Une publication de conférences - historiques, artistiques, académiques, culturels - faites par divers intervenants américains et internationaux au Cercle de Lowell, une branche de la Fédération de l'Alliance…

  • Author: Clément, Antoine (rédacteur)

Date: 1937

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 301493645

Une publication de conférences - historiques, artistiques, académiques, culturels - faites par divers intervenants américains et internationaux au Cercle de Lowell, une branche de la Fédération de l'Alliance…

  • Author: Boyle-Durgin, Mary Louise

Date: 1994

Language: English

Find in a Library: 31454810

A biography of Westbrook, Maine, native, Sister Marie Ange Larrivee, a nun in the Order of the Presentation of Mary. Stories that take us from her youth in Westbrook, through her Canadian religious education, all the way to her travels in Europe and…

  • Author: Mount, Graeme S.
  • Author: Stevenson, Michael D.

Date: 1993-01 (winter, spring)

Publication: Maine Historical Society Quarterly

Volume: 32

Language: en

Find in a Library: 22663768, 607696548

Article discussing the impact of the 1842 Webster-Ashburton Treaty on the remapping of Roman Catholic diocesan boundaries in the New Brunswick and northern Maine border region. How Maine and Canadian political geography figured into the organization…

  • Author: Santos, Luis Claudio Villafane G.

Date: 2005

Publication: AmeriQuests

Volume: 2

Language: en

Find in a Library: 56906981

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One of two articles in the "From the Culture of Borders to Border Cultures" issue of AmeriQuests journal. From AmeriQuests: "The text discusses the use of the word 'American' when referring to people from, or citizens of, the United States of…

  • Author: Green, Nancy L. (editor)
  • Author: Weil, François (editor)

Date: 2007

Language: en (translation)

Find in a Library: 69734523

English translation of "Citoyenneté et émigration: Les politiques du départ" (Éditions de l'École des hautes études en Sciences sociales, 2006). Collection of essays on migration, expatriation, and the perpetuation of national identities…

  • Author: Bessette, Richard P.

Date: 2007

Language: en

Find in a Library: 164600253

Find Online: OL6039550W

Pictorial account of a family's immigration that begins in Europe and moves through Canada into the United States, ultimately to Chicago, Illinois's Southside in the 20th and 21st centuries.

  • Author: Hamburger, Aaron

Date: 2005 April/May

Publication: Lamba Book Report

Volume: 13

Language: English

Find in a Library: 60637124

Interview with Providence, Rhode Island, native and professor of creative writing at Columbia University, David Plante, whose works of fiction have achieved wide acclaim since the 1970s. Plante answers questions about gay writing, his education,…

  • 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: Calvert, Mary

Date: 1983

Language: en

Find in a Library: 10864362

Find Online: OL2769967W

Historical piece on the European explorers of the Kennebec River Valley and the Abenaki people of that Maine region. Highlights the relationships among British, French, and Native American, and their confrontations from the 17th century onward. The…

  • Author: Tardivel, Jules Paul

Date: 1900

Language: fr

Find in a Library: 6856491

Find Online: OL6788369W

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Un histoire et critique de l'église Catholique aux États-Unis, écrit en deux parties par un scolaire français au Canada. Certaines réflexions sur le développement d'un catholicisme américain. Comparaisons entre des prévisions pour le…

  • Author: Plante, David

Date: 2005

Language: English

Find in a Library: 55131479

A memoir from prose writer David Plante. An exploration of identity with respect to language, the power of Catholic traditions, and the pull of sex, moving with the author from his Providence, Rhode Island, hometown through Europe and back again.…

  • Author: Lower, A.R.M.

Date: 1929-04

Publication: The New England Quarterly

Volume: 2

Language: en

Find in a Library: 480335685

Essay-like general sketch of the histories of New England and New France as they move into the migration of French Canadians to the United States around the turn of the 20th century. Some comments on the general intentions of French Canadian…

  • 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:…