You say you’d like to listen to some French music? Or perhaps you’re looking for French music for your next occasion? Check out: http://www.jrichard.com/. For more listening pleasure tune in to “Chez Nous” on WFEA 1320-AM on Sunday mornings from 9 to Noon with your host, Lowell native, Roger Lacerte.
Michele Choiniere was born into a musical Franco-American family in northern Vermont, and from an early age performed traditional Franco-American music with her father, Fabio, an accomplished harmonica player. In 1995, she began writing and composing her own songs and has performed to audiences throughout New England, Québec and France. Visit http://www.michelechoiniere.com or contact her manager at email@example.com
French Books, CDs, Tapes and Culture
Visit La Librairie Populaire, 18, rue Orange, Manchester, NH 03104-6060 owned and operated by Dr. Roger Lacerte, Ph.D. Tel.: 603-669-3788. LibPopulaire@yahoo.com
Acadian Roots: http://www.acadian-roots.com
Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral Home: This site contains genealogy, historical research, suggested research aids, and history related to Acadians, French Canadians and Cajuns and Franco-Americans. You will also find data relating to the Acadian Deportation, lists of exiles, lists of prisoners, ships’ lists, census records, family genealogies, mtDNA results and a great deal more. This site is usually updated daily. Visit www.acadian-home.org/frames.html.
Le Grand Dérangement ~ The Acadian Exile in Massachusetts 1755 – 1766 (Editor’s Note: Be patient. Downloading seems a little slow at times.) Visit http://www.sec.state.ma.us/mus/exhibits/onlineexhibits/acadianonline/acaidx3.htm.
The American-Canadian Genealogical Society: Located in Manchester, NH. Visit http://www.acgs.org/.
Genealogical Societies of Maine: Visit http://www.genealogyforum.com/gfaol/resource/maine.htm.
Jack Kerouac: Official site of Jack Kerouac – http://www.cmgww.com/historic/kerouac/
City of Lowell: http://www.lowell.org/
Center for Lowell History: http://library.uml.edu/clh/ and http://home.comcast.net/~corey.sciuto/lowelltoc.htm
400th Anniversary of the French in America: See the latest bi-lingual calendar commemorating the history of the French in America. Visit http://www.johnfishersr.net/french_in_america_calendar.html