Susan Poulin brings us to Jackman, Maine for a story about her grandfather—a man who tried to straddle the border during prohibition with varying degrees of success.Keep reading
Armand was born 1932 in Moosehead, Maine, a small town north of Greenville. He spent much of his life moving back and forth along the rail lines between Quebec and Maine.Keep reading
In the early 1800s, agriculture and family-life were very interwoven—this article takes a brief look into the historical roles of women in Lower Canada.Keep reading
What are some of the customs of French speakers in North America? The traditions go back further than you might think.Keep reading
What is the difference between “frette” and “froide”? Student Dylan Smart-Pelletier takes a look at the history of the French language in North America.Keep reading
As with all cultures, there were many traditions involved in a wedding. Two traditions of note in French-Canadian and Franco-American weddings are the “Sock Dance” and/or the “Trough Dance.”Keep reading
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