|Statement||[by] W. Cunningham.|
|LC Classifications||DA120 .C97 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xli, 286 p.|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||77417388|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: , xli, pages 8 plates, 5 illustrations, facsimile, 3 maps, portrait 23 cm: Responsibility. Vermette provides general readers with a detailed history of Quebecois immigrants in New England. He divides his book into four sections: how the French (called Canadiens) arrived in New England, what economic and cultural contributions they made, how Anglo-Americans viewed the French presence, and why said presence eventually : Baraka Books. In writing about alien immigrants to England and their reception in the sixteenth century Laura Yungblut has identified a subject that has long cried out for further study, both detailed research into particular features of immigrant communities and broader overviews to incorporate the accumulated wisdom of specialised journal articles, articles often unavailable . England’s involvement in continental affairs – for instance, Leicester’s loss of support in the Netherlands in –7 and Essex’s failed expedition in support of Henri IV in – led some to feel that their immigrant neighbours were perhaps less committed than the English in the continental conflicts.² The author of the Dutch.
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