A History of Franco-American Journalism

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Title

A History of Franco-American Journalism

Description

A condensed history of Franco American journalism - from its birth in 1837, to its downturn and fall in 1972. The emigration of French Canadians to the United States and the correspondingly wide and rapid production of Franco American, French language publications in the industrial centers of New England and the US Midwest. The developments and differences in political and cultural attitudes among competing publications. The controversies both spurred and captured in print by Franco American journalists. Varying degrees of Franco journalistic militancy, profiled in comparison to 19th and 20th century American political history in a global context. Emphasis on Franco American journalism in Maine, with other details on the Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island publications best known in New England.

Creator

PareĢ, Paul

Publisher

Self-published

Date

1972 (reprinted 2003)

Language

en; fr

Type

Document

Identifier

Unknown/Inconnu

Coverage

1837-1972; New England; United States; Québec

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Zotero

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