French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan
P.O. Box 1900, Royal Oak, 48068-1900
Acadia – Acadie
Book Recommendation
Faragher, John Mack, A Great and Noble Scheme The Tragic Story of the Expulsion of the French Acadians from Their American Homeland (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2005).  Note: the book's title is somewhat deceiving; the book covers the history of Acadia from 1604.
Sandra Goodwin's Podcasts:
Acadian Censuses from 1671-1763: Library and Archives Canada (LAC) provides links to images and transcriptions of the Acadian Censuses.  See:
1671 Acadian Census - in addition to the habitant, his occupation, his wife, and their children, the 1671 Census also records the following information: the number of cattle owned; the number of sheep; and the frontage in arpents of their land.
1698 Census of Port Royal:
Acadian Parish Records:
Ancestry's Drouin Collection - Acadian Parish Records are available as part of Ancestry's Drouin Collection.  Many of the parish records are transcriptions of the original records.  See:
GénéanolgieQuébec - Drouin Collection Parish Records are also available as part of their collection.  See:
St. Jean Baptiste, Annapolis Royal, 1702-1755 - The Nova Scotia Archives have digitized and indexed the original parish records.  See:
Ile Royale - Louisbourg Original Parish Records - 1722-1738 - The New France Archives have digitized the original parish records for this period.  See:

Acadian Memorial:


CBC: The Acadians:


Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral Home: - Be sure to explore the links in the side panel!


Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island:


Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History:


Canadian Encyclopedia:


Marianapolis College:




Mapannapolis: Storymaps — Mapannapolis

Jacques Nicolas Bellin's 1757 Map of Acadie, Isle Royale, and the Surrounding Area

This Map can be downloaded from BAnQ

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Acadia – 1754 – Courtesy of Wikipedia: