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The Acadians were French settlers  of eastern Canada who were exiled   from their land in the 1750s.   The Cajuns are their descendants    who settled in Louisiana.   Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun    descendants cherish their rich    legacy of history, culture, & genealogy

The Acadians were French settlers of eastern Canada who were exiled from their land in the 1750s. The Cajuns are their descendants who settled in Louisiana. Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun descendants cherish their rich legacy of history, culture, & genealogy

Halifax. Capital y ciudad canadiense más grande de la provincia de Nueva Escocia, Canadá.

Halifax. Capital y ciudad canadiense más grande de la provincia de Nueva Escocia, Canadá.

The Acadians were French settlers  of eastern Canada who were exiled  from their land in the 1750s.  The Cajuns are their descendants   who settled in Louisiana.  Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun   descendants cherish their rich   legacy of history, culture, & genealogy.

The Acadians were French settlers of eastern Canada who were exiled from their land in the 1750s. The Cajuns are their descendants who settled in Louisiana. Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun descendants cherish their rich legacy of history, culture, & genealogy.

Allan Line to Canada (c.1905) Vintage Travel Poster Reprint - Steamship Ocean Liner Montreal - available at www.sportsposterwarehouse.com

Allan Line to Canada (c.1905) Vintage Travel Poster Reprint - Steamship Ocean Liner Montreal - available at www.sportsposterwarehouse.com

The first Acadians began arriving on the island of Nova Scotia in…

The first Acadians began arriving on the island of Nova Scotia in…

Emigration to Canada ༺ 1800's Coigach did not escape the emigration fever that swept the Highlands during the nineteenth century especially during the Great Highland Famine. Initially the emphasis of emigration from the Highlands was to Canada. The Highland and Island Emigration Society arranged the emigration of thousands of Highlanders to Australia aboard the Sir Alan Macnab in 1853.

Emigration to Canada ༺ 1800's Coigach did not escape the emigration fever that swept the Highlands during the nineteenth century especially during the Great Highland Famine. Initially the emphasis of emigration from the Highlands was to Canada. The Highland and Island Emigration Society arranged the emigration of thousands of Highlanders to Australia aboard the Sir Alan Macnab in 1853.

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