Ni catholiques, ni protestants : les juifs de Montréal

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Title
Ni catholiques, ni protestants : les juifs de Montréal
Abstract
The arrival in Montreal at the beginning of the twentieth century of a large wave of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe heralded a new phase in the perception that the anglophone and francophone communities had of their respective institutional networks. The Jews, who constituted the first non-Christian collectivity to take root in Quebec, imposed on the anglo-Protestant and French Catholic communities the need to define more clearly their respective identities. The greatest impact of the new arrivals was on Quebec’s school administrations, which had developed strictly on Christian confessional structures.
Publication
Revue française d’histoire d’outre-mer
Volume
Vol. 77
Issue
no. 4
Pages
179-187
Date
1990
Language
fr
Citation
Anctil, Pierre. “Ni catholiques, ni protestants : les juifs de Montréal.” Revue française d’histoire d’outre-mer Vol. 77, no. 4 (1990): 179–187.
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