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1881 Census of Canada ~ At FamilySearch.org LDS Site
1901 Census of Canada ~ At Automated Genealogy
1901 Canada Census ~ choose Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, or other provinces.
100 articles written by Father Clarence-J. d'Entremont, ~ They were published in The Vanguard in 1989 and 1990. All attempts have been made to transcribe the articles as they were originally published.
2014 World Acadian Congress in Maine ~ “The slogan of the 2014 World Acadian Congress is: ‘An Acadia of the world, an Acadia for the people: a new Acadia!’ We plan to make it happen!”
Acadia and the Acadians (Robert Chenard) ~ This brief history of the the Acadian People was originally published as a newspaper article.
Below is a Comment on the website about this article
" This is a sad and tragic epic in human history, hopefully never again to be repeated. May it be forgiven but never forgotten."
Acadia History ~ French Colonization (1534-1713) The Founding of a New Acadia (1763-1880)
Acadian Archives - University of Maine at Fort Kent ~ The Acadian Archives documents, preserves, celebrates, and disseminates information about the Upper St. John Valley, a 70-mile stretch of the St. John River running between the U.S. and Canada.
Acadian - Cajun Genealogy, History, & Culture ~ This site is about the history and genealogy of the Acadian and Cajun people. A comprehensive website on the subject, consisting of over 800 web pages
Acaidan/Cajun history site of Louisiane Acadien..~ This site is part of the Louisiane Acadien, aka Acadian Melancon site.Beautiful images of Acadian, Cajun, Creole, Cultural and unique Historic Louisiana research and investigation.
Acadian & Cajun page.~ Cyndi List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Acadian and Cajun genealogy & history ~Yvon Cyr’s extensive web site .
Acadian and Cajun items ~ An online boutique
Acadian and French-Canadian Genealogy ~ About.com's Acadian and French-Canadian Genealogy page.
Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home -- This site contains census records, marriage records, deportation lists, lists of the Acadian exiles, ships' lists, information about the king's daughters, Carignan regiment, Charlemagne; places where our first ancestors settled.
[AFC] St. Ann's Guysborough Records online ~ I am pleased to announce that we have begun posting transcribed records from St. Ann RC Church Guysborough. Currently we have records from 1819 1890 (Parish Registers 1 and 2). There will be more records posted at a later date. St. Ann was the earliest parish in the Torbay area, home to many Acadian families.
Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home ~ (Lucie LeBlanc Consentino) Acadian & French Canadian genealogy and history the Premier site for History & Genealogy
Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History (Tim Hebert) ~ Acadian and Cajun genealogy and history. The Acadian material includes census data, discussions of church and civil records, a list of surnames, and an overview of Tim's book Acadian-Cajun Genealogy: Step by Step
Acadian, Canadian, and Maine ~ parish registers, cemeteries, vital records, other genealogy sites
Acadian Genweb project – part of the larger Canada Gen Web.
Acadian Genealogy Links ~ (Music plays when at site)
Acadian Genealogy Exchange (AGE) ~ Janet Jehn's organization which publishes the biannual publication Acadian Genealogy Exchange and provides numerous Acadian-related books and videos for sale. YOUR PORTAL TO ACADIAN-CAJUN GENEALOGY & HISTORY ONLINE
Acadian Genealogy Records online ~ at genealogysearch.org
Acadians in Exile ~ Genealogy, history and culture.
Acadian Genealogy Homepage -- The FIRST (1991) the Acadian-Cajun resource site on the internet, providing visitors information of available "specific family" genealogy CD-ROMs, a graphic image of your own Family Crest and tons of Acadian-Cajun historical text information. 
Acadian Genealogy Resources ~ Free Genealogy Data to Help Find Your Ancestors
Acadian Gen Web.Acadian Ancestral Home ~ The Acadian Ancestral Home works as the backbone to Acadian GenWeb.
Acadian History ~ Nova Scotia History and Genealogy Books Online Genealogy plus Free Stuff!
Acadian History (Mike Girouard) ~ The Acadian history page on Mike Girouard's Girouard Family site. Includes census data, biagraphies, and essays on Acadian life.
Acadian National Conventions since 1881 ~ History of Acadian Conventions since 1881.
Acadian Roots - Aline Cormier’s site~ (Music plays when at site) Marriages, Cemeteries, Parish Records Recipes
Acadian Studies Centre Anselme-Chiasson ~ To promote the recovery of Acadian families, genealogy sector contains a large amount of primary sources such as parish registers and censuses.
Acadia & New France (Quebec) Genealogy ~ The Olive Tree website is dedicated to providing free access to genealogical data and bringing free information to the genealogical Internet community.
Acadieville ~ Acadieville is a small community located in the heart of Acadia in the county of Kent in New Brunswick in eastern Canada.
Archives Canada ~ choose a province.
Archives nationales de Québec ~ Books, films, music, periodicals, digital books, images, archival material also link for Tanguay Dictionnaire
Blupete's History Page (Peter Landry) ~This site contains two complete online books on the history of Nova Scotia plus numerous other essays and links. Mr. Landry's History of Nova Scotia: Book #1, Acadia (1604-1763) is probably one of the most thorough and well-documented Acadian histories available online.
 
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Canadian Genealogy & History Links including Acadian, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, etc
Cape Breton GenWeb Project ~ Cape Breton Cemetery Transcriptions
Centre d'études acadiennes [in French] ~ The Acadian archives at the University of Moncton, Moncton, New Brunswick.
Chéticamp, NS ~ History Genealogy and Culture
CHIASSON Family site~ GUYON DENIS CHIASSON, PORT-ROYAL ACADIE 1664,,Ancêtre de tous les Chiasson, Chaisson & Giasson d'Amérique
CyberAcadie (in French) ~ Acadian History at your fingertips! ~ CyberAcadie.com is a website on the history of the Acadian people. Discover their history and the Acadia on the Web .... Same Site Translated to English by Google CyberAcadie (in English)
Cyndi's List - Acadian, Cajun & Creole ~ The Acadian, Cajun and Creole links on the popular Cyndi's List site.
Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online ~ history of Canada's inhabitants and their culture,This phase presents persons who died between the years 1000 and 1930 or whose last known date of activity falls within these years.
Dr. Don Landry’s site dedicated to ships used for the expulsion of Acadians.
Encyclopedia of Acadian Life ~ contains links to a number of short articles on various topics of early Acadian life.
Ensemble Encore - Database of Acadian History ~ Acadian Memorial Foundation, Inc.
Encyclopedia of Acadian Life (Tim Hebert) ~ contains links to a number of short articles on various topics of early Acadian life.
France to Canada to Acadia & Beyond ~ Deals primarily with Family Genealogies: Boucher, Lavoie, Henry & Lejeune in Quebec & New Brunswick. Everyone with an interest in these families is welcome to join. 
FrancoGene (Denis Beauregard) [French and English] ~ The Acadian material includes an index of Acadian genealogical resources and a genealogical dictionary of Acadian descendents.
From The Birth of Acadia ~ The Beginning, Pioneer Families,Aboiteaux,The Borders of Acadie,Key Characters,Samuel de Champlain,Pierre Dugua de Mons,Membertou,Marie de Saint-Étienne de La Tour,Pierre Thibodeau,The Neutrality,The Decision ,The Deportation, The Resistance, Difficult Travels, The Destinations, Return and Rebuild, A Reinforced Identity, History, Storiesand Families
From Acadia to Québec: Acadians in Québec and in the Gaspé.
Genealogy and History in France -- Researches in all France, including French archives of old-French colonies. Several options : origin of a surname - agnatic or full family tree - historical research - biographies.   Member of the Chambre syndicale des Genealogistes et Historiens.
Genealogy of Acadia ~ FrancoGene - Acadia - Resources for Genealogy
General Parish Registers of Ile Madame, NS ~ (D'Escousse, Arichat, West Arichat, River Bourgeois, L'Ardoise, etc):
Grand Falls Genealogy Club NB Genealogy reference Grand Falls Public Library Local History and genealogy material,Cemetery Transcriptions,Obituaries online Census transcriptions, Recensements,Casualties of war Grand Falls and region obituaries online
Grand Pré, Nova Scotia ~ The main goal of the Société Promotion Grand-Pré is to promote Acadian culture and history related to Grand-Pré.
Havre-Boucher & Tracadie, NS Families ~ Acadians & French from Parishes of St. Peter's, Tracadie, NS and St. Paul's, Havre Boucher, NS CAN
History of the Acadians (Tim Hebert) ~ The Acadian history page on Tim Hebert's Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History site. Contains a seven part overview of Acadian history including maps and a timeline.
History of Madawaska Acadians (Scott Michaud) ~ A brief history of Acadia and the Acadians who settled the Madawaska region of northern Maine.
Il était une fois l'Acadie [in French] ~ Small clips on the history and way of life of the early Acadian community.
It was once Acadia ~ A summary of the history of Acadia, from its founding in 1603 until the Treaty of Paris in 1763.
Jeanne's Isle Madame Site, Nova Scotia ~ Old photos, maps, family trees, Stories, etc.
L'Histoire acadienne, au bout des doigts !
LeBlanc and MacLean Families of Nova Scotia,~ Selected Obituaries (Not just LeBlanc and McLean) Published in Nova Scotia Newspapers
Les Doucet du Monde ~ The web site emphasizes pride in our French and Acadian heritage. Two lineages of the Doucet/Doucette are emphasized, with much history.
Lucie LeBlanc Consentino’s very informative web site.
Madawaska County, NB, CAN. ~ A website dedicated to research for Madawaska County, NB, CAN
Madawaska Historical Society ~ Home of the first Acadians of Maine and Western New Brunswick.
Madawaska Public Library ~ Useful link for genealogy resources on the first Acadians of Maine and Western New Brunswick.
Mi'kmaq Ancestry of Jerry Gerrior -  Acadian, Mi'kmaq History and Ancestry
NBGenWeb ~ New Brunswick GenWeb Project ~ NB GenWeb, in conjunction with the NB Mail List and NB Gen Links , is here to provide you free access to online genealogical information for your New Brunswick research.
New Brunswick and some of Nova Scotia ~ Indexed cemetery page with headstone photographs
New Brunswick Provincial Archives - searchable B,M,D records database.
New Brunswick Provincial Archives ~ (Searchable Database)
Newfoundland GenWeb (West Coast Acadians) ~ One can consult the most complete data compiled from the parish registers of this important Acadian area in Newfoundland, which begin about 1850-present. West Coast Region - Bay of Islands, Port au Port, Bay St. George, Codroy.
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management ~ Acadian Genealogical Sources
P.E.I. Family Lineages ~ The Island Register - P.E.I. (Prince Edward Island) Genealogy
PRDH ~ Programme de recherche en démographie historique ~ Birth,Marriages & Death.( Beginnings of Quebec to 1850) (Pay Site)
Poitou Acadie Bretagne, genealogy. ~ Genealogy Roux Le Guillou French origins of the first Acadian families, Boudrot,Daigle, etc. The establishment Acadien du Poitou Belle Ile en Mer, Documents, Lists, Maps, Auray and Acadia
Port Royal History ~ The First French Settlement
Prince Edward Island Register ~ P.E.I. Family Lineages Censuses and Related Documents Noteworthy Documents! Ships and Passenger Index! Diaries, Memoirs!
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick ~ Established in 1967, the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects and preserves the documents of the people, institutions and government of the province.
RBParish ~ River Bourgeois Nova Scotia Records - Birth Marriage Death 1840 on
Sieur de la Roque 1752 Census for Prince Edward Island/Ile Saint Jean
St. Hyacinth's, D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Marriage Records, 1831 to 1834
St. Hyacinth's, D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Marriage Records, 1840 to 1844
St. Hyacinth's, D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Marriage Records, 1865 to 1869
St. Hyacinth's, D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Marriage Records, 1880 to 1884
St. Hyacinth's, D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Death Records, 1900 to
St. Hyacinth's D'Escousse, Nova Scotia; Church Records Births and Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths 1831 to 1904 plus Cemeteries and info on Church Marriage Dispensations for Consanguinity.
Stephen A. White, Genealogist ~ Genealogist at Moncton University's Centre d'Études Acadiennes [Centre for Acadian Studies].
The Acadian GenWeb Project~ The Acadian site of the larger Canadian GenWeb Project. Includes information and links to items of interest to Acadian researchers.
The Acadian Odyssey ~ Acadia : Origins of the name ,Where Acadians came from, their heraldry, history etc..
The Bourgeois Story, Heritage Rediscovered (Marc Bourgeois) - This site provides a detailled genealogy of the "Bourgeois" descendants of Jacques(Jacob)Bourgeois and Jeanne Trahan, Port-Royal 1642/43. It includes over 10,000 Bourgeois' from the United States and Canada.
The Fortress of Louisbourg ~ The Official Research Site of the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site in Cape Bretton, Nova Scotia.
The French Connection ~ Marriage listing of most Maine and many southern New Hampshire couples comprising over 700 different French-Canadian and French-Acadian family surnames. Links for Acadian and Québecois families from central Maine and the Madawaska region.
The Massachusetts State Archives online exhibit ~ Le Grand Dérangement, The Acadian Exile in Massachusetts 1755-1766.
"The Pitre Trail from Acadia" ~ Excellent site ~ Tis site is designed to assist Pitre descendants in finding their way back through history.
Tignish, PEI Families ~ Information on the genealogies of the eight founding families.
Tim Hébert’s extensive website of History, Sources & Links.
Tracadie, NS Cemeteries ~ Antigonish County Cemeteries Gravestone inscriptions from the Tracadie, NS region
University of Maine Acadian Archives ~ The Acadian archives at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.
University of Moncton ~ Acadian Collection
University of Ste-Anne Acadian Archives ~ The Acadian archives at the University of Ste-Anne, Church Point, Nova Scotia
Université de Moncton, NB ~ Centre d’études acadiennes.
Voici the Valley Cultureway ~ Very thorough compendium of information available on the internet about French heritage communities on both sides of the St. John River
Canadian Genealogy Resources ~ A lot of actual information, a part of the areas are covered below.
 
Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Chignecto Isthmus, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland / Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec, Prairie Province and Yukon.
 
Canadian Indians, Forts of Acadia, Chronicles of Canada, Gazetteer of British North America, Heroines of Canadian History," Indian Residents, Middlesex County, Canada, 1580-1888" Arcadians Expelled from Cobequid, Nova Scotia.
 
Canada-Canadians, Fenian Raids 1866 and 1870, The Micmac Indians At Bay D'Espoir, Astoria or Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains, The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century, Mound Builders, Passamawquoddy Folklore, IIndian Linguistic Families of America North of Mexico, The Canada Directory and more.
 
Surname Sites and Family Associations
Discovering Surnames ~ Listing of Surname site
The Caissie Family of Acadia ~ Representing the history, genealogy and lineage of the family and descendants of Roger Kuessy (Casey)and Marie Françoise Poirier of Acadia.
Les Doucet du Monde/Doucet Family Organization ~ This non-profit organization's mission is to bring together individuals and families who are descendants of the Doucet families of North America, especially those of Germain Doucet, Sieur dit LaVerdure, and Pierre Doucet of Alabama.
Leger - Legere ~ Rick Leger's database of descendents of Jacques Leger Dit La Rosette.
Terriot Acadian Family (English and French) ~ The Jehan and Perrine Terriot Family website.
 
Societies and Organizations
Acadian Genealogy Exchange (AGE) ~ Janet Jehn's organization which publishes the biannual publication Acadian Genealogy Exchange and provides numerous Acadian-related books and videos for sale. YOUR PORTAL TO ACADIAN-CAJUN GENEALOGY & HISTORY ONLINE
French Canadian-Acadian Genealogists of Wisconsin ~ Founded in 1982, the FCGW fosters and encourages interest and research in French Canadian and Acadian genealogy, heritage and culture.
Fédération des Associations de Familles Acadiennes (FAFA) [in French] ~ Acadian Families Federation - New Brunswick
American-Canadian Genealogical Society (ACGS) ~ French-Canadian genealogical society with a research library in Manchester, NH; publishes the quarterly journal American-Canadian Genealogist.
Société de Généalogie de Québec ~ Genealogical Society of Quebec City; publishes the quarterly journal L'Ancêtre.
Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society ~ French-Canadian genealogical society of Burlington, VT; publishes the biannual journal Links.
French-Canadian/Acadian Genealogists of Wisconsin ~ French-Canadian genealogical society of Milwaukee, WI; publishes the quarterly journal FCGW Quarterly.
French-Canadian Genealogical Society of Connecticut ~ French-Canadian genealogical society with a research library in Tolland, CT; publishes the biannual journal Connecticut Maple Leaf.
Maine Franco-American Genealogical Society ~ French-Canadian genealogical society with a research library in Auburn, ME.
 
Museums
Acadia Ranch Oracle, Arizona ~ This serves as a museum devoted to the Oracle area’s rich history, as well as the headquarters of the Oracle Historical Society.
Abbe Museum ~ Acadia National Park & Bar Harbor, Maine. The focus of the Abbe Museum is on the Native American culture and its history in Maine.
Acadia - Lifestyles in the days of our ancestors, Musée Virtuel du Canada
HMCS Acadia Ship ~ Naval Museum of Manitoba, RCN Ships Images and information Database.
The Acadian Museum ~ Located in Cajun country in Erath, Louisiana, commemorates and honors the Acadian heritage and Cajun people of Louisiana.
The Early Acadian Period in Nova Scotia ~ Nova Scotia Archaeology - Nova Scotia Museum
Musée Acadien & Archives de Pubnico-Ouest ~ The Acadian Museum & Archives is owned and operated by the Société historique acadienne de Pubnico-Ouest. West Pubnico, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia If you have d’Entremont or Muise lines, this site will be helpful.
Acadian Museum, Pubnico, Nova Scotia ~ This site contains information about the Acadian Museum and Archives that is owned and operated by the Société historique acadienne de Pubnico-Ouest in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia.
Acadian Museum, Miscouche, Prince Edward Island ~ This site contains information on the Acadian Museum and Center for Acadian Research located in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island. 
Musée de la Mer, Havre-Aubert, Magdalen Islands, Quebec ~ This site contains information about the Magdalen Islands' "Museum of the Sea" In French translated by Google.
Nova Scotia Museum - Archeology Info Sheets ~ This page on the Nova Scotia Museum's web site contains links to short essays discussing early Acadian settlements including a discussion of farming and home building.
Les Trois Pignons, Chéticamp, Nova Scotia ~ This site describes "Les Trois Pignons", the Acadian information and cultural center in Chéticamp, Nova Scotia. The center is home to the Société Sainte Pierre who's mission is to preserve the Acadian heritage and promote the intellectual, cultural, social, and economic interests of the Acadians in Cape Breton.
The Acadian Collection of the Fitchburg Public Library ~ This collection is permanently housed in the Fitchburg Public Library. The contents are currently being catalogued. As a result, many of the titles in this collection can now be searched via the online catalog.
Acadia National Park ~ Cultural History Information, History of Acadia, Carriage Road History, The Year Maine Burned, Images from Acadia National Park Natural History Information, Written In the Rocks - Geology, Peregrine Falcons in Acadia, Bird Checklist
History of Acadia at Acadia National Park ~ Champlain's visit to Acadia 16 years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock
 
Art
Acadia University Art Gallery ~ offers a year-round exhibition programme of contemporary and historical work.
Acadian Art Gallery (Tim Hebert) ~ The Acadian art page on Tim Hebert's Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History site. Features works of the Acadian artists Robert Dafford, Nelson Surette, Claude Picard, George Rodrigue and Azor Vienneau.
Chez Surette Art (Nelson Surette) ~ Homepage of Acadian artist Nelson Surette.
 
Acadian Literature
Acadian French - Article Index Acadian French - Phonetic changes Acadian French - Examples of Acadian Words
ACADIANS Very good overview ~ Acadians are the descendants of a group of French-speaking settlers who migrated from coastal France in the late sixteenth century to establish a French colony called Acadia in the maritime provinces of Canada and part of what is now the state of Maine.
Acadians (from the above site) - History, Settlement patterns, Internal migration, Camps, Acculturation and assimilation, Traditions, customs, and beliefs
Culture of Acadia,~ The Canadian Encyclopedia
 
Festivals Events, Music, Dance & Theatre
Josée Vachon ~ Popular performer of traditional and contemporary Quebecois and Acadian folksongs. She was inducted into the AFGS Hall of Fame, Class of 2007.
Grand Dérangement ~ This musical group from Nova Scotia describes their musical style as "based on Acadian traditional music to which has been added a rock flavor, a flash of Celtic and Irish influence and world beat rhythms".  
Acadian History & Attractions in Canada ~" In the early 17th century, a group of French colonists ventured from France to the northern coastal regions of North America". Read about this as well as much more.
Daniel Leger ~ A native of St. Anthony in the county of Kent in New Brunswick, Daniel Leger said poet of everyday life. In November 2009, Daniel Leger takes the music scene by storm and launch Balance , second album of his career. Nominated ADISQ in category Country Album of 2010
Blou ~ These very talented musicians have a vast repertoire of original, contemporary and traditional music. Originating from Nova Scotia’s Acadie in Canada, their music is inspired by their Acadian roots, which is both a source of ingenuity and creativity.
Dominique Dupuis ~ A young Acadian fiddler from Memramcook.
Waylon Thibodeaux ~ Louisiana's Rockin Fiddler
Edith Butler ~ Popular Acadian singer-songwriter from Paquetville, NB.
Feufollet ~ This group from Louisiana performs original and traditional songs in the French language including twin fiddle pieces from the 1800's and early 1900's in addition to traditional accordion pieces.
Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys ~ An alternative, Cajun band from Louisiana.
Zachary Richard ~ Louisiana-born singer, songwriter and poet.
Beausoleil ~ This Louisiana group blends traditional Cajun music with elements of zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country and blues.
 
Recipes ~ Cuisine
Acadian Recipes New Brunswick ~ Actual recipes on the New Brunswick tourism site. Recipes for Cinnamon Rolls, Chicken Fricot, Clam Pie, Dried Cod Fishcakes, Mashed Turnips and Potatoes, Meat Pie, Pie Crust, Poutines with a Hole, Pulled Molasses Taffy and White Taffy
Acadian Culture in Maine ~ The foods of the Upper St. John Valley reflect both Acadian and French-Canadian traditions, as well as a more general regional tradition.
Recipes from the Maritimes ~ This site includes recipes for some Acadian favorites such as Poutines Rapées and Chicken Fricot (Acadian Stew).
Acadian Recipes ~ A collection of recipes for some popular Acadian dishes.
18th Century French Cuisine ~ 18thC French cuisine as a habitante in Nouvelle France may have cooked.
 
France Connection
History of Acadia ~ L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia link from Marianopolis College in Quebec.
Royal Descendants ~ Genealogy page with royal and noble family trees, including lists of rulers of many European countries..Listing of French noble families. (For those with ties to the St-Étienne-de-Latour family & Royal links)
 
Other Links
Text to Speech Translator ~ Translate the text you type from English to French (plus other languages) including a choice of voices.
 
 
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