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In the late 1800s and early 1900s, a 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 cannot thank you enough for the professional, yet personal, touch that you have put on our choral trips these past 12 years. I still remember how it all started...
I want to thank you for working with me to arrange a great trip for our seniors. Everything went smoothly, and a wonderful time was had by all. Even rearranging activities due to inclement weather was taken care of easily. Our bus driver was fantastic, too -very personable and accommodating.
I am especially thankful that you were willing to work with me to create a second trip after all the ...
--Eleanor Thomas & Carolyn Delaney
Thousand Island Central School, New York, May 2013