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The University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Lowell History was established in 1971 to assure the safekeeping, preservation, and availability for study and research of materials in unique subject areas, particularly those related to the Greater Lowell Area and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.  Located downtown in the Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center, the Center is committed to the design and implementation of historical, educational, and cultural programs that link the University and the community in developing an economically strong and multi-culturally rich region.

Through the Immigrant Archives Project, the Center for Lowell History in collaboration with several new research centers will identify and provide online access to resources and special collections in the Libraries at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. 

 
 
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The Center for Lowell History welcomes faculty members, students, researchers, and the general public to visit and use our collections and services. Resources in the Immigrant Archives Project can be searched using this restricted Google Search.  Suggested topics: Portugal, Portuguese, Cambodia, Cambodian, Greek, Greece, Canadian, Canada…

       
 
Asian Immigrant Archives
Moody Street
Irish Immigrant Archive
   
Canadians
Portuguese immigrant Archives
French Canadian Immigrant Archives
   
Greeks
 
Hellenic Immigrant Archive
 
   


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