The Franco-Americans in Lowell, Massachusetts

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Bonjour et bienvenue!  Hello and welcome!

Many people are unaware of the great influence francophone, French speaking, immigrants have had in the molding of Lowell, Massachusetts, frequently referred to as the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution.

The following is an initial attempt to perpetuate this information. We anticipate expanding on this site in order to bring you up to date and provide you with more facts concerning the Franco-American presence in Lowell and the surrounding area. We welcome your comments, suggestions and questions and ask that you forward these to:

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Your French Connection  a French music program with Jeannine Richard airs on WUML, 91.5 FM, Sundays from 5 to 7 P.M. Visit her web site

  Franco American of the year 2012

  Ste-Jeanne d'Arc Parish


Franco American Week 2010 pictures

Franco American Week 2010

This site was last updated July 23, 2012


Content compiled by:  Albert V. Côté
Web design and webmaster:  Cecile Provencher


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