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The Dutch of New Brunswick

by van den Hoonaard, Will C.

In this fascinating book, the author - a Professor of Sociology - relates that the Dutch arrived in what became New Brunswick in 1674, and for three years maintained control over the whole area. Over a century later, some politically conservative American loyalists of Dutch origin settled in the area. After World War II the province became the destination of Dutch immigrants as well. Drawing upon information obtained from questionnaires and various sources, the author explores the question “Do the Dutch in New Brunswick have a tangible culture?” His chapter summaries provide food for thought for anyone attempting to answer such a question for Dutch communities in other places in North America. A $14.95 value. NOW on sale!

Paperback, 100 pages, Exclusive, tables, bibliography, notes, index.

USD 7.95 / CAD 9.95

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