Episode 23 – 2020 Preview

This week Jesse and Mike talk about their plans and goals for 2020. We’ll have a few changes in 2020 and some new things we hope everyone will enjoy! We’re launching a Patreon and we hope you’ll consider supporting us.

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French-Canadian Legacy News 12/31 Links

Blog Links

Events

French-Canadian Legacy News 12/31

Jesse gives you an update on what’s going in the Franco-American scene around New England. He talks about popular events and blog events. Then Mike will let you know about next week’s special episode. Click here for a list of all the blogs and events Jesse mentioned in the episode.

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Episode 22 – Christmas Episode with Juliana L'Heureux

We wanted to have a special episode about Christmas so we invited Juliana L’Heureux back to the show to talk to us about the holiday. She’ll give us a language lesson about how to say Merry Christmas and tell us about her Noel theory. She’ll also talk about the history of Pork Pie aka Tourtière. At the end you’ll hear Josée Vachon’s version of Jesse’s favorite Christmas song. We hope you have an amazing holiday and enjoy listening to this fun episode.

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Episode 21 – Sandra Goodwin Interview

This week’s guest is Sandra Goodwin. She’s the host of Maple Stars and Stripes: Your French-Canadian Genealogy Podcast. Sandra started the podcast in 2013 and she’s almost to episode 100. Jesse and Sandra will talk about how she got into Genology in 1992 and the differences between Genology today and back then. She’ll give some tips about how to start your own research.

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