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This week’s crème de la crème – June 21, 2014

The bijoux I discovered this week. Blogs ‘La Fête St. Jean’ and French Canadian Civil Life in 19th Century Michigan by James La Forest on French Canadian Cultural Alliance of the Great Lakes. Translating French words for genealogy research can … Continue reading

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More online resources and a video about North America’s oldest newspaper, Quebec Telegraph-Chronicle

Today, North America’s oldest surviving newspaper, the Quebec Telegraph-Chronicle, celebrates its 250th anniversary. It was originally published as a bilingual newspaper, called The Quebec Gazette – La Gazette de Québec. And I have discovered even more about the history of this publication … Continue reading

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Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph plaque unveiled

To mark the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph (formerly the Quebec Gazette), a plaque was unveiled on Monday at the newspaper’s former home at the corner of Buade and du Trésor. It was in that building that the … Continue reading

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