3 edition of Franco-American viewpoints found in the catalog.
by Nouveau Monde Press/Wistariahurst Museum in Northampton, Mass. (25 Cherry St., Northampton 01060)
Written in English
English and French.
|Statement||photography by Lionel Delevingne ; interviews by Eloïse Brière ; text by Nicole Vaget.|
|Contributions||Briere, Eloise A., Vaget, Nicole.|
|LC Classifications||F75.F85 D45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||88060619|
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Franco-American ViewpointsISBN # “Franco-American Viewpoints presents a community on the verge of disappearing into the larger melting pot of American society. There are more than three million people of French or French-Canadian ancestry, nearly a quarter of the national total living in the northeastern United States.
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Maine's Franco-Americans are the focus of a new Franco-American viewpoints book by Dyke Hendrickson. "Images of America: Franco-Americans of Maine" is a photographic essay with historic narrative describing the Franco-American experience during the 20th century, published by Arcadia Press.
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English translation of Yves Roby's "Les Franco-Américains de la Nouvelle-Angleterre: Rêves et réalités" - a comprehensive historical text on French Canada's immigrants to New England and their development of a Franco American identity.
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Steve Turner is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in the. Article on Quebec's donation of nea books in the French language to the Franco-American Centre at the University of Maine, to be distributed into the state's Franco-American communities.
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The book is written by a French anthropologist, who has been living in the USA. Thus, the chapters abound with wonderful examples illustrating various kinds of misunderstanding between the French and the Americans: the differences in constructing conversations, in how one understands friendship, family life, how people interpret the process of getting information, etc.
are discussed/5. Delevingne is co-author of “Drylands, A Rural American Saga.” (Nebraska University Press, ); Northampton: Reflections on Paradise. (Nouveau Monde Press, ); and, Franco-American Viewpoints (Nouveau Monde Press/Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, MA ).
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. United States, tipis book, the first of six volumes, presents. 14 readings representing many perspectives--f om the hibtorical to the sociological -- illustrating the thinking an feelings of those in the forefront of Franco-American studies.
Thi olume includes the/ following articles: "What is an American?" (Madeleine Giguere); "One-s,File Size: 8MB. United States, this book, the sixth of six volumes, presents 26 chapters representing many perspectives--from the historical to the sociological--illustrating the thinking and feelings of those in the forefront of Franco-American studies.
This volume focuses on Franco-Americans in Louisiana. The following readings are presented. Sea Glass is the second book that Shreve wrote that takes place along the New Hampshire coast in the same house as Fortune's Rocks and The Pilot's Wife.
I do love how each story is different, with only references to who lived in the house before and what life may have been like for the previous residents/5. The original Franco-American Food Company was founded by Alphonse Biardot, who immigrated to the United States from France in Inhe and his two sons opened a commercial kitchen in Jersey City, New Jersey, featuring the foods of his native company proved a success, particularly with its line of canned soup and pasta, and it was acquired by Campbell's in Lionel Delevingne (born France) is an author, journalist, and photojournalist who has lived in the United States since Born: France.Lionel Delevingne, photographer and journalist has sought a conscious merging of politics and art.
His signature aim is to give citizens a voice in the socio-political arena. His most recent publication, "To the Village Square: From Montague to Fukushima " chronicles the anti-nuclear movement and the on-going devastation nuclear accidents have on people.