Tuesday, January 15, 2008

The Acadian Deportation of 1755 and all of its ramifications can be found at the Acadian Ancestral Home.

The following can be found: Wars & Treaties, The Pembroke by Paul Delaney, the St. John River 1755-1760 by Stephen A. White; information about the Acadians who died at sea, Beaubassin, Deportation paintings, Deportation Order, Deportation Cross, Deportation Ships, Deportation Ships' lists, Louisbourg History, Louisbourg 1745, Thomas Pichon, Spy - was there a witness to the deportation?

You will also find e-books such as Acadian Exiles by Doughty, Acadian Exiles by Ledet and a chapter entitled Acadian Removal by Parkman.

My next blog will contain more resources available to you at the Acadian Ancestral Home.

I welcome anyone interested in finding their Acadian & French-Canadian roots to join my Acadian French-Canadian Roots Web mailing list by sending an email to the following address - write *only* the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line and leave the body of the email blank. Many good researchers on this list who will be happy to help you.


Hoping to see you on the AFC list!


Your cousin,

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