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From: "Sharyn Hay" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] St. Athanasius....transborder social movements....
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2003 09:45:56 -0700
> Does anyone know of a good resource that'll give details of the social
> movements of French Canadians into Vermont, New Hampshire, upper NY state?
> Maybe the rivers, mountain passes primarily used? Or perhaps the movement
> to New Hampshire and Maine was primarily down the coast. This would be a
> great way to trace hard to find connections from the US back to Canada. I'm
> sure I'm speaking to the choir, but I'm new to French-Canadian genealogy; my
> forte has been English and Scottish, and a good understanding of medieval
> English genealogy.
> So far, this list has been extremely helpful. I hope I can provide some
> assistance in return.
Kevan, you may find this interesting
There is also a link to some other historic roadways.
" This portion of the website focuses on the major routes of entry that had come into use by the time of the large French-Canadian
and Acadian migrations between Maine, Québec, and New Brunswick in the late-1800s. It is meant to not only show the pathways into
Maine, but also where additional information might be found in towns along the routes. If one knows from where travellers came and
where they ended up, it is possible to figure out the most likely route they followed and the towns where information might be
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