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Suzanne Noguere
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  • New York, NY
  • United States

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poems set in Milltown
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Hello, allI have a special interest in the life and circumstances of those who worked in the Michelin plant c. 1916–1921 or longer, when my grandfather Joseph Noguere did, as well as my then-teenage…Continue

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Suzanne Noguere replied to Suzanne Noguere's discussion poems set in Milltown
"Many thanks, Barbara!"
Jan 24
Barbara Wright replied to Suzanne Noguere's discussion poems set in Milltown
"Thank you Suzanne, for the link to your poems. It's exciting to see poetry set in our town. Your question is now up on our website, and I will ask around to see if anyone that I know has the answers to your questions."
Jan 24
Suzanne Noguere posted a discussion

poems set in Milltown

Hello, allI have a special interest in the life and circumstances of those who worked in the Michelin plant c. 1916–1921 or longer, when my grandfather Joseph Noguere did, as well as my then-teenage great-aunts and uncles. My grandparents had emigrated independently from France to Argentina, where they met and married. From there they went to Cuba and then New Orleans. They must have heard there of the French community and work in Milltown, where they settled and my father was born in 1917. In…See More
Jan 24

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Hometown:
Brooklyn, NY
Did your parents/ grandparents live in Milltown? If so, what were their names?
Joseph Noguere, grandfather
Marie Noguere, grandmother
Eugene Noguere, father
About Me:- Tell us about yourself
I am a second-generation American (a copy editor/poet/writer) whose family on my father's side comes from France, his father from the High Pyrenees, his mother from the Low Pyrenees (the Basque Country). They met and married in Argentina, then made their way to Havanna, New Orleans, and finally Milltown in 1917 to work in the Michelin plant. A year later the rest of the family from the Basque Country joined them in Milltown.
Website:Do you have a website or blog?
http://www.suzannenoguere.com
What is your interest in Milltown history?
To my own surprise, I am working on a poetry project about the family and want to understand their daily life in Milltown better.

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