FCL News 6/2 & Anne Conway Preview

Melody keeps you up to date on the latest blogs and virtual events to check out and Jesse introduces next week’s guest, Anne Conway, Director of the Museum of Work & Culture.

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Episode 34 – Réveil – Waking up French Director Ben Levine

This week we are joined by the director of Réveil – Waking up French, Ben Levine. This documentary asks all the questions we’ve been asking while working on this podcast. Jesse talks to Ben about how Réveil came to be and what he learned while working on it. If you haven’t seen this documentary we can’t recommend it enough! You can buy a copy here!

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FCL News 5/19 & Ben Levine Preview

Melody is back to let you know about all the Blog and Virtual Meetups happening and then Jesse returns to preview next week’s episode with Filmmaker Ben Levine. Ben is the director of the brilliant Documentary Réveil – Waking up French. For the bonus question, Jesse gets to ask Ben something that’s been on his mind since his Junior year of High School. For a limited time you can watch Réveil online here.

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Episode 33 – I Remember… Je Me Souviens Author Jeanne Douillard

This week’s guest Jeanne Douillard the author of I Remember…Je Me Souviens. She’s been researching about the French in New England for over 25 years. Jesse and Jeanne will talk about some of the research she’s worked on and explore “The Silent Presence” and ways to be not so silent anymore. Click here for the list of Artists and Places that Jeanne recommends.

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Jeanne’s Recommendations

BOOKS

Rendezvous at the Straits Vol 1 and 2 by Timothy J. Kent (the French in Upper MI)

The Franco-Americans of New England by Yves Roby (translated by Mary Ricard); French edition: Les Franco-Américains de la Nouvelle-Angleterre par Yves Roby

A Great and Noble Scheme by John Mack Farragher (book on Acadians)

1491 by Charles G. Mann

The Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick

Captors and Captives by Evan Haefeli and Kevin Sweeney (1704 Deerfield Raid)

Frenchmen to Peasants by Leslie Choquette

The French-Canadian Heritage in New England by Gerard Breault

American Ghosts by David Plante (a memoir)

Doctor Sax by Jack Kerouac (contains lots of old French)

Bird Cloud by Annie Proulx

Steeples and Smokestacks edited by Claire Quintal

Quiet Presence by Dyke Hendrickson (about the French in New England)

Not a Catholic Nation: The Ku Klux Klan Confronts New England in the 1920s by Mark Paul Richard

A Distinct Alien Race by David Vermette

I Remember…Je Me Souviens… by Jeanne Douillard

Heliotrope – a compendium of 100+ women writers edited by Rhea Coté Robbins

Mystery novels by Louise Penny: Inspector Armand Gamache series

Songs Upon the Rivers by Robert Foxcurran, Michel Bouchard, Sébastien Mallette

MUSIC

Québec music:

   La Bottine Souriante www.bottinesouriante.com

   Le Vents du Nords www.leventdunord.com

   Mme Bolduc (Google: Mme Bolduc)

   Josée Vachon (www.joseevachon.com

  Genticorum (www.genticorum.com)

   La Volée d’Castors (www.vdc.qc.ca)

Acadiens music:

   Barachois (Google: “Barachois band) traditional Acadiens music

  Grand Dérangement  www.grandderangement.com

   Les Méchants Macquereaux (Google: Les Méchants Macquereaux) 

   Blou www.blou.ca/

   Cajun music:

   Beausoleil (www.rosebudus.com/beausoleil)

   La Bande Feufollet (www.feufollet.net)

   Breaux Frères (www.beauxfreres.com)

   L’Angélus (www.langelus.com)

CONTACT ME with questions or to order books

Jeanne Douillard

Email: silentpresence1@gmail.com

Blog: silentpresence1.wordpress.com

FCL News 5/5 & Jeanne Douillard Preview

Melody is back to tell you about interesting blogs to check out and then Jesse comes on to talk about next week’s guest Jeanne Douillard the author of I Remember…Je Me Souviens. She’s been researching about the French in New England for over 25 years. In the bonus episode she talks about people and places that are telling the story so we will no longer be known as the Silent Presence. Click here for her list of Recommendations.

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Episode 32 – 1837 Rebellion with Patrick Lacroix

Query the Past blogger Patrick Lacroix joins Jesse this week to talk about something that we didn’t know much about the 1837 Rebellion. Patrick will talk about the events leading up to the Rebellion, the Rebellion it’s self and the aftermath. We hope you enjoy this historical episode.

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