What became of these millions of immigrant descendants? In "The Franco-Americans of New England" Yves Roby describes the first-person accounts of French Canadians' immigration to New England, as well as those of their descendants, and the Franco-Americans. Roby seeks to explain the genesis and evolution of this group and raises insightful questions regarding not only the Franco-Americans but also the integration of ethnocultural groups into Canadian society and the future of North American Francophonies.
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