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A Word From David

- David

Mot de David

- David

KNOWING OUR REGION: TITLE

There is an old adage that goes: we need to know where we come from to know where we are going. I love my country and am passionate about discovering the origins of places and the people who made them. So I invited my father, local historian Joseph Graham, to tell us a bit about the history of our region. Over the next few years you will receive many more of this type of communications and as often as possible I will include a section on our history. If you have any historical subjects that you would like to learn more about, let us know! Enjoy the read!

CONNAÎTRE NOTRE RÉGION : TITRE

Il y a un adage qui dit : il faut savoir d’où l’on vient pour savoir où l’on va. J’aime mon pays et je trouve passionnant de découvrir les origines des lieux et des gens qui le façonnent. J’ai donc invité mon père, l’historien local Joseph Graham, à nous parler un peu de l’histoire de notre région. Vous recevrez au cours des prochaines années plusieurs autres communications du type de ce journal et j’inclurai le plus souvent possible une section historique. D’ailleurs s’il y a des sujets dont vous voulez connaître l’histoire; faites-nous le savoir. Bonne lecture !

- Joseph Graham

- Joseph Graham

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Posted at 14:17 on December 01, 2017

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