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Les amitiés généalogiques canadiennes-françaises : bulletin de l'Amicale des familles d'alliance canadienne-française

Les Ormes, France : Association Les Amitiés Généalogiques Canadiennes-Françaises, 1995-
v. : ill., cartes, facsim., portr., tableaux généalogiques
N° 1 (2e sem. 1995) -


Semestriel; trimestriel.

Titre de la couverture.

Association Les Amitiés Généalogiques Canadiennes-Françaises (AGCF) est une association à but non lucratif ayant pour but de mettre en commun les sources généalogiques et historiques des familles d'alliance canadienne-française et faciliter les contacts avec la parenté d'Outre-Atlantique.

La Ligne acadienne en Poitou et origine des pionniers.

Genealogical and historical articles about French Canadians and their ancestors in France, published by the Association of Families of French-Canadian alliance.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under CNAF.


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