Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||An Annotated bibliography on the Irish in Quebec.|
|Statement||Robert J. Grace. Followed by An annotated bibliography on the Irish in Quebec / Fernand Harvey ... [et al.].|
|Series||Collection "Instruments de travail" -- no 12, Instruments de travail -- no 12.|
|Contributions||Harvey, Fernand, 1943-, Institut québécois de recherche sur la culture.|
|LC Classifications||F5498.I7 G73 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
The Irish in Quebec BY THE REV. BROTHER MEMORIAN SHEEHY, F.S.C., M.A. FOREWORD In order to get fairly accurate notions concerning that group of citizens of Quebec City who come under the very genera l designa tion of ‘Iri sh’, there are certain factors that it is essential to bear in mind. First among these, is the geographical position of The Irish in Quebec Format: Paperback. Paperback from CDN$ Additional Paperback, NTSC options: Edition Discs Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, NTSC "Please retry" — — — — CDN$ Special offers and product promotions. Amazon The compelling story of Canada’s Irish pioneers, revealing the enormous scope of their achievements. Beginning in the eighteenth century, an increasing number of Irish people sought the better life that Ontario and Quebec offered. Set free from the stifling economic and social constraints that held them back in their homeland, they :// Ontario and Quebec’s Irish Pioneers: Farmers, Labourers, and Lumberjacks (The Irish in Canada Book 2) - Kindle edition by Campey, Lucille H.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Ontario and Quebec’s Irish Pioneers: Farmers, Labourers, and Lumberjacks (The Irish in Canada Book › Kindle Store › Kindle eBooks › History.
The situation in Quebec City was quite and reports of Parochial visits made by the clergy of Notre Dame de Quebec show a great many Irish Protestants living alongside the Catholic French and Irish neigbbours in the Lower Town, employed in one The Irish in Quebec: an Introduction to the Historiography, by Robert J. Grace. (AMICUS ) The uncounted Irish in Canada and the United States, by Margaret E. Fitzgerald and Joseph A. King. (AMICUS ) Tracing Irish Ancestors, A Practical Guide To Irish Genealogy, by Marie MacGonghail and Paul :// Irish Families in Ancient Quebec by John O'Farrell; Ultramontism in Quebec and the Irish Connection by Desmond Bowen; The Irish in Ontario. Reginalized Migration and Settlement Patterns of the Irish in Upper Canada by Bruce S. Elliot Success and the Dounbtful Image of Irish Immigrants in Upper Canada: The Case of Montague Township, by St. Patrick’s High School In Quebec City On Tuesday, October 22 at , Irish Heritage Quebec will host Patrick McKenna’s book launch in McMahon Hall, de Salaberry, Quebec City. The book will be available for $ All are invited to attend. Parking stubs for Îlot St-Patrick will be validated and refreshments will be
Irish Families in Ancient Quebec Records With Some Account of Soldiers From the Irish Brigade Regiments of France Serving With the Army of Montcalm (Book): O'Farrell, John The first book covers the Irish pioneers of Atlantic Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland), the second deals with the Irish who settled in Ontario and Quebec and the third gives an overview for the whole of Canada, including the Prairies and British Columbia. For further details follow the link to The :// In this second book of the Irish in Canada series, Lucille Campey takes on the victim-ridden mythology of destitute Irish immigrants fleeing the famine of the s. In fact, the Irish influx to Quebec and Ontario began a century :// Steve Cameron's second book, "Hill Tales: Still Searching," unearths forgotten murders and crimes of early Irish immigrants in an area southwest of Quebec ://