Governor Lawrence declared it “a great and noble scheme.” Coming at it from the point of view of an Acadian descendant, it doesn’t seem in the least “grand” or “noble.”
Lucie LeBlanc Consentino continues her series on Acadian history with this interview focusing on the deportation itself. Acadians suffered through the loss of land, their livelihoods, and for many, their lives. In some cases, entire families disappeared from history.
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