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French Institute: Available Duplicate Titles

Duplicate Titles

 

Occasionally, the French Institute receives donations containing titles already owned, or that are slightly out of scope for the collection. 

Those titles, which will not be added to the French Institute's collection, are listed below, and are made available to peer institutions and researchers who wish to own any of them. 

To inquire about a certain title, please contact us via email or phone.

Currently Available Titles

  • d'Arles, Henri. Estampes. Montréal: Bibliothèque de l'Action Française, 1926. Print.
  • Belisle, Alexandre. Livre D'or des Franco-Américains de Worcester, Massachusetts. Worcester, Mass: Imprimé par La Compagnie de publication Belisle, 1920. Print.​
  • Brooke, John L. The Heart of the Commonwealth : Society and Political Culture in Worcester County, Massachusetts, 1713-1861. Cambridge University Press, 1989.
  • Bruchési, Jean. L'épopée Canadienne: (pour La Jeunesse). Montréal: Albert Lévesque, 1934. Print.​
  • Carmel, Aimé. Sur La Route D'oka: Roman. Montréal, 1952. Print.
  • Centenaire franco-americain Franco-Americain, le 28 et 29 Mai, 1949 à Worcester: Programme Souvenir. Worcester, MA: Travailleur, 1949. Print.​
  • Chassé, Paul-P. Les Arts et la Littérature Chez Les Franco-Américains de la Nouvelle-Angleterre. Bedford, N.H: Centre National de Développement de Matériel Pour les Langues Franc̜aise et Portugaise, 1977. Print.​
  • Confiant, Raphaël. La Savane Des Pet́rifications. Paris: Mille et une nuits, 1995. Print.
  • Dandurand, Albert. Le Roman Canadien-Français. Les Editions Albert Lévesque, 1937.​
  • Didon, père (Henri). L'enseignement Supérieur et les Universités Catoliques. Paris: Didier, 1876. Print.​
  • Dion-Lévesque, Rosaire. Solitudes. Montréal: Éditions Chantecler, 1949. Print.
  • Dugas, Don. A Mini-History of Franco-Americans. Bedford (N.H.: National Materials Development Center, 1970. Print.​
  • Gagnon, Maurice. Rideau de Neige: Roman. Montréal: Le Cercle du Livre de France, 1957. Print.      ​
  • Guindon, Arthur. Les Trois Combats du Long-Sault. Montréal: Bibliothèque de l'Action française, 1923. Print.​
  • Hamon, É. Les Canadiens-Franc̜ais de la Nouvelle-Angleterre. N.S. Hardy, 1891.
  • Hébert, Maurice. ... Et d'un Livre à l'autre: Nouveaux Essais de Critique Littéraire Canadienne. Montréal: A. Lévesque, 1932. PrintHerbin, John F. The History of Grand-Pré: The Home of Longfellow's "Evangeline". Place of publication not identified: Kentville Pub. Co, 1969. Print.​​
  • Laurent, Laval. Québec et l'église aux États-Unis Sous Mgr. Briand et Mgr. Plessis. Montréal: Librairie St.-François, 1945. Print.​​
  • Maurault, Olivier. Le Petit Seminaire De Montréal. Montréal: L.-J.-A. Derome, 1918. Print.​
  • Prince, Joseph E. Le Séminaire de Nicolet: Souvenir des Fêtes du Centenaire, 1803-1903; Récit des Fêtes, Adresses, Discours, Poésies, etc. Québec: Imprimerie É. Marcotte, 1903. Print.
  • Ribes, Christophe. "Interactions between the Emergence and Decline of Industrialism and the Rise and Fall of a French-Canadian Community in Woonsocket, Rhode-Island (U.S.A.) : Since the 19th Century." Thesis. Université d'Orléans, 1996. Print.​​
  • Roy, Camille. Tableau de l'histoire de la Littérature Canadienne-Francaise. Québec: Imprimerie de l'Action Sociale, 1911. Print.
  • Roy, Camille. L'université Laval et les Fêtes du Cinquantenaire. Québec: Typ. Dussault & Proulx, 1903. Print.
  • Saint George Church: 75th Anniversary, 1914-1989. New Bedford, Mass: publisher not identified, 1989. Print.​
  • Whitman, Walt. Walt Whitman : Ses Meilleures Pages Traduites de L'anglais. Translated by Dion-Lévesque Rosaire, Presses De L'Université Laval, 1965.

Hours and Contact

HOURS
MONDAY-THURSDAY:
8:30 am 4:30 pm

Appointments recommended.

The French Institute follows the academic calendar of Assumption College. Exceptions to our regular hours may be found here.

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PLEASE NOTE: 
The French Institute has relocated from its longtime home on the 3rd floor of the d'Alzon Library. 

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The Institute is now located on the 3rd floor in La Maison Française.

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Contact:
Leslie Choquette
Director of the French Institute
Professor of History
508-767-7415
lchoquet@assumption.edu

Libby Lipin
Librarian/Archivist
508-767-7495
em.lipin@assumption.edu

Usage Policy

For reasons of preservation, the French Institute Collection does not circulate; however, non-rare materials are allowed to circulate through the d’Alzon Library or inter-library loan with the director’s permission.

It should be noted that the Institute’s collection includes a number of Franco-American newspapers from the New England region. Most consist of bound copies and nearly all have been microfilmed. To preserve the bound volumes, the Institute encourages scholars to consult the microfilm copies whenever they are available, for example, at the American Antiquarian Society or the Boston Public Library.