Connecticut Maple Leaf
The Connecticut Maple Leaf is published twice a year by the Publications Committee of the FCGSC and subscription is included in the price of membership. Articles in the Connecticut Maple Leaf include research in many areas of French-Canadian and Acadian genealogy and history, including biographies, how-to articles, the history of towns, events and groups, and extractions of appropriate genealogical records and vital statistics of interest to Franco-Americans.
Members are encouraged to contribute articles and other information, including extracts from their own family studies. To submit an article or become part of the Publications Committee, please contact the CML editor.
If you submit material for publication in the CML, please be aware of the following:
- Authors own and retain the copyright to the original material they submit for publication except that, by submitting material for consideration, authors are granting the French-Canadian Genealogy Society of Connecticut a license to publish that material in the CML.
- Authors are requested not to publish the same or substantially the same article elsewhere for a period of one year after publication in the CML.
- If the article is subsequently published elsewhere, the work must cite the CML as the original source of publication.
- Authors are responsible for the accuracy of any material submitted for publication.
- The editor reserves the right to edit all contributions submitted by authors for spelling, form, grammar, and obvious error; and to shorten lengthy articles to fit the available space.
- By submitting an article for consideration, the author represents that the submitted work is original, unless otherwise noted.
The Maple Leaflet is published quarterly (March, June, September & December) and provides information on upcoming events, changes or additions to library hours or resources, news and announcements and other matters of interest to society members.
If you have any news, announcements or other information to contribute to the newsletter, please contact the editor.