* ZoneCousinage.com : Quebec and Acadian ancestors- ZoneCousinage.com : Quebec and Acadian ancestors. A database of interconnected family trees going back to the beginning of New France and beyond. The data is uploaded one record at a time after a meticulous examination of both primary and authoritative secondary sources. To be added, individuals must link to the existing pedigree charts that ZoneCousinage tracks, so that all the people in the database are connected to each other. ZoneCousinage covers most of the early settlers of New France.pop
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1671 Census of Acadia- Transcription of the 1671 census of Acadia with links to further genealogical information for most of those enumerated. All but a few lived in Port Royal, today Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Acadian Cultural Society- The Acadian Cultural Society is devoted to the study, preservation and promotion of Acadian heritage and genealogy among individuals of Acadian descent, and serves as a resource for the exchange of Acadian information.
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Acadian Place Names- What they were named orginally and what they are today.
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Acadian-Cajun History & Genealogy- The Acadians were French
settlers of eastern Canada
who were exiled from their
land in the 1750s. The
Cajuns are their descendants
who settled in Louisiana.
Today, thousands of
cherish their rich legacy of
history and genealogy.
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Bayou Genealogy- Dedicated to the people and the preservation of the Acadian / Cajun heritage.
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Canada-France Archives- This database contains descriptions and reproductions of documents related to New France included in fonds and series conserved in both French and Canadian archives. New France, the French colony in North America, is considered in its entirety, geographically (Canada, Acadia, Newfoundland, the Great Lakes region, and Louisiana), as well as during its whole existence, from the start of the 16th century to the Treaty of Paris in 1763.
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CyberAcadie- History of the Acadian people (in French.)
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France in America- Conceived in partnership with France’s national library, the Bibliothèque nationale de France, France in America /France en Amérique is a bilingual digital library made available by the Library of Congress. It explores the history of the French presence in North America from the first decades of the 16th century to the end of the 19th century.
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FrancoGene- Genealogy portal for the those researching their French speaking ancestors with an amphasis on Franco-American and French-Canadian genealogy.
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Glenn's Genealogy Page- Information relating to Acadian / French-Canadian genealogy with some English, German, and Swiss genealogy as well. Online family tree with 28,970 names.
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How to Request French Genealogy Records by Mail- If you can't get in a visit to France to research your French ancestry, some archivists might be willing to look up a record for you. They are under no obligation to do so, but these tips will help increase your chance of success!
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