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In the late 1800s and early 1900s, considerable number of French Canadians moved to the New England region. These French-speaking people settled in groups and managed to maintain aspects of their language and culture. While many settled in states sharing a border with Canada, like Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, there are concentrations here and there in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. The town of Woonsocket, RI, in particular had a strong Quebecois presence, which students can experience by visiting the magnificent St. Ann's Church and touring the Museum of Work and Culture.
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I wanted to thank you for helping to put together such a wonderful trip to Ireland. I know I had many requests and changes to the itinerary prior to our departure and you always helped me navigate the process and presented me with many options. Your patience and help at every stage was greatly appreciated. All of the planning paid off because the trip was absolutely amazing and went off without a hitch! The hotels were top notch in location, charm, service, and food. The historical sites we visited were terrific. Our special adventures into food were excellent and really added to our understanding of the ...
--Ms. Cathy Wickham
Framingham State University, Food and Nutrition in Ireland, June 2019