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The Loss of Acadia and Its Aftermath
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Acadia was France's second colony in Eastern North America.The King didn't really care about Acadia and so it was attacked,from many sides so it couldn't be defended. Also,the military was concentrated on New France.The war of spanish succession was with the French and the Britain and it was very important because it led to the loss of Acadia.
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The Loss of Acadia
Acadia didn't do much to the development of Canada, but they still remark Canada's history. In our present day, the Acadian's remains of their culture and society are in parts of eastern Quebec and New Brunswick
In New Brunswick, some cultures and traditions from Acadians are still held like the present fishery. Did you know they also have a beach vacation that enriches their culture. Many tourists like to explore the hearty woods to learn more about the Acadian culture.
In the eastern part of Quebec, many remains like the church of Acadia is present. It looks very old but is still has many memories of the past Acadian history.
Later on in 1713 treaty of Utreach allowed France to keep Caribbean if they gave up Acadia so then Acadia became a British Colony.The Acadians were told to take an oath of Allegiance of loyalty to the British king.
Since the king was English and the Acadians were Roman Catholic,they refused to take an oath.In 1755 for that reason about 1760 of 10,000 Acadians were expelled.Later on many of the Acadians went to New Orleans.
Did you know that Acadia is also known as a GMC jeep brand?!
Did you know Giovanni Da Verrazzano , an Italian explorer is said to be the first to name Acadia?
"When did all of this happen?", you may ask, and the answer is between the time periods of 1694-1755. Many colonies and wars also occurred between these time periods. For example, in 1671, the first Acadian Census (an official counting of the population) happened. It took place in Port Royal (the olden day name for Nova Scotia). Can you believe that this was the first Census that happened in Canada?
Acadians: Who Are They?
You might be wondering who are the Acadians? Are they positive or negative? Were they known to be wealthy or poor? Well, you'll know now! The Acadians are the descendants of the French settlers and the Metis, of some parts of Acadia, in the northeastern region of North America.
The Acadians were known to be good people. Since the British won in the war, the Acadians were trapped in the British colonies. They soon escaped. They had some bad times in their past.
Before Acadia was founded,Europ-eans and fisherman would come on the land and trade.
Acadian settlements spread throught the Atlantic ocean
Ownership of Acadia was tossed back and forth between French and the English.
The first Census took place in Port Royal.
Acadia became a British colony
Louis berg became British.
1760 of 10,000 Acadians were expelled.
Acadians slowly started to return in small group.
Acadians settle in Louisiana.