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Cecile Souris and her mouse family live under the floorboards of a little Acadian house
In Pantry and Palate, journalist Simon Thibault explores his Acadian roots by scouring old family
The epic poem Evangeline is a superb example of romantic poetry and a masterpiece of
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem, Evangeline, tells the story of two young people deported from
The Acadian Star competition is the biggest thing to ever happen in Meg Gallant’s small
When the fortress of Louisbourg fell to the British in 1758, the Acadians of Prince
Rose-Marie and Constant go on a night-time quest with Johnny à Minou, the magic mailman,
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is one of American’s best known writers. Sally Ross and Barbara LeBlanc
A.J.B. (John) Johnson, a historian with Parks Canada, has published extensively, on French colonial Louisbourg
Grand-Pré est un toponyme très évocateur, non seulement au Canada, mais partout dans le monde.
When his aging father falls ill, Timothy Parsons of Boston is sent to live with

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From 1604 to 1755, the Acadian settlers of present-day Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were
The famous poem with a historical introduction and numerous color and black and white illustrations.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is one of American’s best known writers. Sally Ross and Barbara LeBlanc
This is the definitive account of early life in Acadia. The reprint of this outstanding