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The American-Canadian Genealogical Society (ACGS) is considered the leader in French-Canadian, Franco-American and Acadian Genealogy. Its mission is to:
- Foster the study of ancestral origins
- Encourage research into the history of families
- Foster high standards of ethics for genealogical research
- Provide a common access by and for individuals of Acadian, French-Canadian and Franco American origin.
Learn more at ACGS.org
Hosted by Jesse Martineau and Mike Campbell, this Podcast is dedicated to celebrating the stories of the more than 2 million descendants of French-Canadian immigrants living in New England.
For more information, check out their website: FCLPodcast
Dr. Patrick Lacroix, Historian, is a former Fulbright fellow and a former instructor at Phillips Exeter Academy. He has also taught at postsecondary institutions in New Hampshire, Quebec, and Nova Scotia. As a scholar of U.S. religious history, Dr. Lacroix studies faith-based activism and its role in twentieth-century political realignments.
Learn more at the website: Querythepast