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Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec

J. I. Little

Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec

by J. I. Little

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Published by Canadian Historical Association in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acculturation -- Québec (Province) -- Estrie,
  • Estrie (Québec) -- History,
  • Estrie (Québec) -- Ethnic relations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 29-31)

    StatementJ.I. Little
    SeriesCanadas̓ ethnic groups -- booklet no. 13, Canada"s ethnic groups -- booklet no. 13
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17920055M

    J. I. Little, Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, (Ottawa ), 13, table 2; Canada, Census Reports, –, vol. 1. Google Scholar 12Cited by: 1. Take a road trip through the apple orchards, maple sugar shacks, and pristine villages of the Eastern Townships, one of Canada's 50 Places of a Lifetime.

      As in most towns in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, owners take pride in keeping their properties well tended and pristine, and Ayer’s Cliff is a prime example. Best Riding of the Day Again, Route follows the shoreline, then veers off into another vista of forest and hills. Automated Genealogy. Canadian census indexes for , and

    History of the Eastern Townships, Province of Quebec, Dominion of Canada: Civil and Descriptive in Three Parts [Catherine Matilda Day] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact. Quebec - Quebec - Cultural life: In many ways, Quebec, especially Greater Montreal, is a smaller plural society within the larger pluralism of Canadian society; that is, it is almost as difficult to define the cultural identity of Quebec as it is to define that of Canada as a whole. Although a basic sense of overall linguistic identity does exist in the life of the Francophone community in.


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Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec by J. I. Little Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: J I Little; Canadian Historical Association.

Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J I Little.

ETHNO-CULTURAL TRANSITION AND REGIONAL IDENTITY IN THE EASTERN TOWNSHIPS OF J. Little Canada's Ethnic Groups Canadian Historical Society. The cover shows Irvine Little, Inverness farmer, repairing a buggy wheel with Elzéar Rousseau in.

Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, by J. Little (Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Historical Association, ), ISBN X, 31 p.: maps (Canada's ethnic groups ; booklet no.

13) Includes bibliographical references (p. Little, J.I. Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec [PDF MB] Volume 14 Ramirez, Bruno. The Italians in Canada [PDF MB] Volume 15 Whitaker, Reg. Canadian Immigration Policy [PDF MB] Volume 16 Barber, Marilyn.

Immigrant Domestic Servants in Canada [PDF 3 MB] Volume 17 Palmer, Howard. Depending on which source of group identity is emphasized to define membership, the following types of (often mutually overlapping) groups can be identified: Ethno-linguistic, emphasizing shared language, dialect (and possibly script) – example: French Canadians Ethno-national, emphasizing a shared polity or sense of national identity – example: Armenians Ethno-racial, emphasizing shared physical appearance based on genetic origins – example: African Americans.

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For more information on COVID, please visit You have a business in the Eastern Townships. The Eastern Townships is a tourist region and a former administrative region in southeastern Quebec, Canada, situated between the former seigneuries south of the Saint Lawrence River and the United States border.

Its northern boundary roughly followed Logan's Line —the geologic boundary between the St. Lawrence Lowlands and the Appalachian Mountains. The region comprises counties that. Little, J.I. Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Volume Ramirez, Bruno The Italians in Canada, Volume Whitaker, Reg Canadian Immigration Policy, Volume Barber, Marilyn Immigrant Domestic Servants in Canada, Volume Association Report,pp.

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(Booklet #13 in "Canada's Ethnic Groups" series). By: Little, J. Price: $ Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Canadian Historical Association.: The Eastern Townships (French: Cantons de l'Est) is a tourist region and a former administrative region in southeastern Quebec, Canada, situated between the former seigneuries south of the Saint Lawrence River and the United States northern boundary roughly followed Logan's Line (or Logan's Fault)—the geologic boundary between the St.

Lawrence Lowlands and the Appalachian Mountains. Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec / J.I. Little. FC C NO Evolution ethnoculturelle et identité régional des Cantons de l'Est / J.I.

Little. Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec (Canada's Ethnic Groups, Booklet No. 13) Little, J.I. Published by Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa (). Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec (PDF).

Canada's Ethnic Groups. Canada's Ethnic Groups. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Society. Ethno-Cultural Transition and Regional Identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canadian Historical Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), Crofters and Habitants: Settler Society, Economy, and Culture in a Quebec Township,McGill-Queen's University Press (Buffalo, NY).

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I. Little, Ethno-cultural transition and regional identity in the Eastern Townships of Quebec (Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, ), "No more moral and righteous people would seem ever to have inhabited this earth," he concludes (The Burned-over District, ).