Irish Life in Rural Quebec: A History of Frampton

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Irish Life in Rural Quebec: A History of Frampton
Abstract
Frampton Township lies southeast of Quebec City, bordering the sides of the Etchemin River. Irish immigration to Frampton began in 1806, reaching a peak in the early 1830s. In 1844, the 1,662 residents of Frampton were almost exclusively Irish. Today, few English-speaking people live in the district.
Place
Chicago, IL
Publisher
Adams Press
Date
1977
Language
en
Citation
Redmond, Patrick M. Irish Life in Rural Quebec: A History of Frampton. Chicago, IL: Adams Press, 1977.
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