The French Canadians in the U.S.A 1840-1930
French Canadian Emigration to the U.S. 1840-1930
compiled by Jacques Gagné
“The Archives nationales du Québec in Montréal on Viger Avenue are the repository of a wonderful and unique collection of books of marriages, baptisms, deaths of French Canadian families who left the Province of Québec between 1840 to 1930 for destinations south of the border. For it is estimated that during that 90 year period, 900,000 French Canadians left the regions along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Richelieu River, the Chaudière River for the U.S. ”
As part of this research guide, Jacques Gagné has also included the exodus of Acadians to the same New England States, New York State and other points within the United States of America including the Acadian families who were deported to Louisiana.
Click here to open the pdf file : French Canadians in the U.S.A. 2014
Posted on January 4, 2015, in Research tips, United States and tagged Acadian, deportation, french-canadian, genealogy, history, New England states, Quebec emigration. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.