Explore the profound history of Acadian Deportation, a pivotal saga stretching from 1755 to the dawn of the 19th century. This monumental journey is broken down into four significant stages - embarkation from Acadia, disembarkation in the US and Europe, the transit and migrations across Acadia, Europe, the US, and the West Indies, culminating in the recolonization of Acadia within Atlantic Canada, Louisiana, Quebec, and France.
Despite the hardship and tragedy of the Acadian Deportation, the Acadian people have resiliently emerged as a testament of indomitable spirit and perseverance.
Since 2005, 16 monuments have been erected worldwide in tribute to this poignant history, each featuring bilingual texts chronicling the narrative of Acadian Deportation and the specific significance of the host site.
To delve deeper into this captivating tale of survival and resilience, visit: https://snacadie.org/nos.../concertation/odyssee-acadienne. To learn more about Grand Pré, a vital location in this historical odyssey, visit: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/ns/grandpre."