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One hundred and fifty years have passed since the arrival of the first French-Canadian immigrant to settle in Salem. By the mid-twentieth century, more than one-third of Salem’s population was of French-Canadian descent. In order to preserve their faith, their language, and their culture, these people established churches and schools, founded newspapers and banks, and formed many religious and social organizations. From their ranks came priests and politicians, doctors and lawyers, authors and architects. The Franco-Americans have been a vibrant presence in Salem, and their contributions to the city are many.

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and social organizations. From their ranks came priests and politicians, doctors and lawyers, authors and architects. The Franco-Americans have been a vibrant presence in Salem, and their contributions to the city are many.

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