The Sash Our Irish Ancestors Wore: The Orangemen of Pontiac

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Title
The Sash Our Irish Ancestors Wore: The Orangemen of Pontiac
Abstract
The history of the Irish Protestant Orange Order movement in Pontiac County, western Quebec. There were nineteen "Loyal Orange Lodges" opened in Pontiac County between 1843 and 1919. The author describes the function of an Orange Lodge as "an educational institution for adults that taught them life skills and life values." She also describes the benevolent and social role that these Lodges played in Pontiac communities.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 11
Issue
no. 3
Pages
23-27
Date
Summer 2017
Language
en
Citation
Tubman, Gloria F. “The Sash Our Irish Ancestors Wore: The Orangemen of Pontiac.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 11, no. 3 (Summer 2017): 23–27.
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