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OZARKSWATCH VIDEO MAGAZINE

Ethnicity in the Ozarks: The French Community of Old Mines

  • Aired: 01/22/2010
  • 28:20
  • Rating: NR
Early settlement in Missouri and the Ozarks by Anglo-Americans and Germans after the Louisiana Purchase is well documented in our history books. But other cultures provided equally significant contributions to our Ozarks heritage. One of these is a population in the northeast Ozarks, today called the Missouri-French.
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The community of Old Mines, Missouri continue to be steeped in French heritage.
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