Montbeliard Immigration to Nova Scotia, 1749-1752


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Dr. Terrence M. Punch has published many records of the Scottish and Irish diaspora to the Canadian Maritimes. For his latest book, he identifies the immigrants from Montbeliard, the French-speaking Lutheran state (originally within the Holy Roman Empire) that was annexed by France in 1793. Enticed by recruiter John Dick, between 1750 and 1752, hundreds of Montbeliardais arrived in Halifax and other places in Nova Scotia, in many cases making their way to Maine, Pennsylvania, New York, and even Ohio. You will find their identities in this new volume.


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