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In the 1960’s, church services experimented with folk masses. As part of her responsibilities as music teacher at Our Lady of the Rosary School in Sabattus, Marie Jeanne Laurendeau (center) organized folk masses. She learned guitar chords along with her other students. Eddie LaGrange was the instructor. Two other adults, Roger Cadrin and Sister Rita Pelletier, studied with the class.
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Franco-American Music Traditions Collection, Franco-American Collection, University of Southern Maine Libraries.
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