A History of Early Nova Scotia by Peter L. McCreath and John G. Leefe
A Land of Discord Always: Acadia from its Beginning to the Expulsion of its People 1604-1755 by Charles D. Mahaffie, Jr.
A Taste of Acadie by Marielle Cormier-Boudreau and Melvin Gallant; translated by Ernest Bauer
Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from the Beginning to the Present edited by Jean Daigle
Acadians by Henri-Dominique Paratte
Canadian History: A Reader's Guide volume 1: Beginnings to Confederation edited by M. Brook Taylor
Chéticamp: History and Acadian Traditions by Anselme Chiasson
Evangeline: A tale of Acadie by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Exploration Canada by Paul Collins and Norman Sheffe
Gentlemen and Jesuits: Quests for Glory and Adventure in the Early Days of New France by Elizabeth Jones
Life in Acadia by Rosemary Neering and Stan Garrod
Life in New France by Eric Skeoch
Looking into Acadie: Three Illustrated Studies by Brenda Dunn, Sally Ross, and Birgitta Wallace
Lost and Found in Acadie by Clive Doucet
Louisbourg Portraits: Life in an Eighteenth-century Garrison Town by Christopher Moore
Material Memory: Documents in Pre-Confederation History compiled by Cornelius Jaenen and Cecilia Morgan
New France and War by Desmond Morton
Origins: Canada's Multicultural Heritage by Julia Saint and Joan Reid
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The Acadian Deportation: Deliberate Perfidy or Cruel Necessity? by N.E.S. Griffiths
The Acadians by Barry Moody
The Acadians: Creation of a People by Naomi Griffiths
The Acadians of Nova Scotia Past and Present by Sally Ross and J. Alphonse Deveau
The "Conquest" of Acadia, 1710: Imperial, Colonial, and Aboriginal Constructions by John G. Reid
The Country of Acadia by Melvin Gallant
The Peoples of Canada: a Pre-confederation History by J.M. Bumsted
The White and the Gold: the French Regime in Canada by Thomas B. Costain
Wolfe at Quebec by Christopher Hibbert
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For seventy years - from 1670 to 1750 - Beaubassin was the agricultural centre on the isthmus of Chignecto. The Acadians built elaborate dykes to turn the salt marshes into productive land. French and English soldiers fought here to control the area. Beaubassin is now a designated historic site.
Land of Hope. Volume 1
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In 1755, the Acadian people were expelled from Nova Scotia by the British and forced to relocate in South Carolina. Ten-year-old George was uprooted from his home, forced to hide from bounty hunters and eventually found refuge amongst the Micmac people. It was only years later that his parents returned and they became a family again.
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• Acadie and the Acadians by David Luther Roth
• Diary of John Thomas, surgeon in Winslow's expedition of 1755 against the Acadians by John Thomas
• The Acadian Exiles: A Chronicle of the Land of Evangeline by Arthur G. Doughty
• The Acadians of Madawaska, Maine by Charles W. Collins
Free eBooks of works that are in the public domain.
• Acadian Reminiscences: The True Story of Evangeline by Felix Voorhies
• Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Acadian Heartland: The Records of British Government at Annapolis Royal, 1713-1749
A snapshot of everyday life in the colony under a civil administration, the records provide significant information about families and individuals, community history, economic history, land tenure,—and above all, interaction between Acadians and the British authorities.
Acadian Heartland: Records of the Deportation and Le Grand Dérangement, 1714-1768
The largest and most complete online presentation of primary-source documents relating to the Deportation of the Acadians from Nova Scotia, digitized and fully searchable.
An Acadian Parish Remembered
A fully searchable database containing information for over 3500 baptisms, marriages and burials recorded in the parish registers of St.-Jean-Baptiste, Annapolis Royal, 1702-1755. These two volumes are Nova Scotia's earliest surviving church registers, and a tangible link to the last generations of Acadian French living at Annapolis before the Deportation.
CBC: The Acadians
Centre acadien at the Université Sainte Anne
Champlain in Acadia
Les Acadiens/Acadians: L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopediahttp://faculty.marianopolis.edu/c.belanger/QuebecHistory/encyclopedia/LesAcadiens-Acadians-HistoireduCanada.htm
Library and Archives Canada
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The Acadian Odyssey
The Canadian Encyclopedia
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The Deportation of the Acadians
This Is Our Home: Acadians of Nova Scotia
A virtual exhibit celebrating Acadian Experience in Nova Scotia over the past 150 years.
Village Historique Acadien. Virtual Museum of Canada.