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This program focuses on the deportation of the Acadians from Nova Scotia, and the descendents of the Acadians who settled in the St. John Valley in northern Maine. It focuses on the resurgence of Acadian culture and identity in northern Maine, Acadian history and the lives of Acadian-Americans in the present day. The program features interviews with Guy Dubay from Madawaska, Dick Corbin of Madawaska, Bob Hebert of Madawaska, Ben Talbot of Madawaska, Martine Pelletier of the Acadian Village in Van Buren, and Bernette Albert of the Tante Blanche Museum. An Acadian author is also interviewed.

Date(s)
1981-10-15
Contributing Institution
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This program focuses on the deportation of the Acadians from Nova Scotia, and the descendents of the Acadians who settled in the St. John Valley in northern Maine. It focuses on the resurgence of Acadian culture and identity in northern Maine, Acadian history and the lives of Acadian-Americans in the present day. The program features interviews with Guy Dubay from Madawaska, Dick Corbin of Madawaska, Bob Hebert of Madawaska, Ben Talbot of Madawaska, Martine Pelletier of the Acadian Village in Van Buren, and Bernette Albert of the Tante Blanche Museum. An Acadian author is also interviewed.

Date(s)
1981-10-15
Contributing Institution
Description

Acadian history through an interview with school principal Guy Dubay of Madawaska (Me.). Visits to the Acadian Village near Van Buren (Me.) and 'Le Village Acadien' in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Canada. A short visit to Quebec City.

Date(s)
1979-11-02
Contributing Institution
Description

The research collection of Béatrice Craig (b. 1949), historian, professor, and author, consists of data on the history of the Upper St. John Valley for the period ca. 1785-1870. In 1992, Béatrice Craig offered to loan the Acadian Archives her collection for the purpose of creating a photocopy version. Additional materials were added the following year.

Date(s)
1973 to 1993
Contributing Institution
Description

This collection consists of research materials collected and transcribed by Beatrice Craig. Included are notes on the Haldimand papers with references to the Saint John Valley and people who moved to the Valley; notes on "Cour des Playdoyers Communs" vs. the district of Quebec, arranged by docket number and included transcription of the trial to 1790; notes on the trial of an "Indian murderer;" notes on microfilm concerning New Brunswick Crown Land papers, land petitions, and Kennebecassis and the lower Saint John Valley; a list of contents and transcription of an account of Acadians by Simon, Hazen, and White; and miscellaneous notes. Also included are transcriptions by former Acadian Archives/Archives acadiennes archivist, Nick Hawes, as well as his general notes on the articles originally included in the collection, "info about people who went to Madawaska or people connected to Madawaska."

Date(s)
2005
Contributing Institution
Description

This is one of two known manuscript collections created by Prudent L. Mercure sometime between 1890 and 1913. Deposited in 1985 at the Centre de documentation et d’étude madawaskayennes (CDEM), Centre universitaire St-Louis-Maillet, Edmundston, New Brunswick. The other collection is deposited at the Manuscript Division of the National Archives of Canada (N.A.C.) in Ottawa, Ontario. (N.A.C. Collection MCC,96- 00134) (See also "Prudent L. Mercure Papers, and MCC,00146)

Date(s)
1890 to 1913
Contributing Institution
Description

From left to right Eugenie (Therriault) Donnelly, William Donnelly, Eva (Therriault) Hanrahan, John Thomas Donnelly, and Thomas Lionel Donnelly picnic on the way to Canada.

Date(s)
1925 to 1929
Contributing Institution
Description

Photograph of the Patenaude family - they live in Québec and the United States.

Date(s)
1968
Contributing Institution