Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on people of French-Canadian birth or ancestry who are permanent residents of the United States, including naturalized citizens. Works on people of French birth or ancestry who are permanent residents of the United States, including naturalized citizens, are entered under French Americans.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Box 06-02-02
Scope and Contents note This collection contains a detailed narrative of the genealogical tree of the Jacques Family, a French Canadian immigrant family, from 1662 to 1919. The family tree was created in 1919 by Arthur Francis Jacques. The collection also includes additional notes written by Emery E. Jacques Jr, n.d.; Mercedes Jacques Kimling in 1981; and Daphne Jacques Treado Hodder in 1992.
Collection — Box 25-03-05
Scope and Contents note This collection is composed of handwritten research notes compiled by and personal papers collected by Dr. Clifford "Cliff" F. Maier between 1960 and 1992. Dr. Maier's research involved the immigration history of French-Canadians to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The collection also includes a paper titled "The Canadian Immigrants of Michigan's Marquette County in the Nineteenth Century," delivered at the 1980 Great Lakes History Conference. Dr. Maier's personal papers document his...
Dates: 1960 - 1992