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Joseph Graham

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Joseph Graham
General (will travel); Currently hosting via Zoom
Laurentian history, Northeastern Indigenous history, Pre-contact Weskarinis World View, The rebellion that Succeeded, September 8, 1836 ‘Contact:’, Impact of European Wars of Religion, Researching your Neighbourhood’s History.

Joseph Graham lives in the Laurentians. His writings have appeared in many publications, including, among others, Quebec Heritage News, Main Street, The Gazette of Montreal and Canada’s History Magazine. Joseph was founding president of the Ste. Agathe Heritage Committee, and was actively involved in groups set up to save the Laurentians’ railroad stations and to convert the rail line into a linear park. His next book, due out in 2021, is an interpretation of Contact comparing the values systems of Christian Europe with those of the Algonquian and Iroquoian peoples. Joseph Graham lives in Ste. Lucie on a homestead, raising poultry and keeping a vegetable garden which supplies most of the family’s food.