marching to the shore
soldiers

This is a Painting of the British Soldiers forcing the Acadians to the Shore of Minas Basin known as Horton's Landing. from where they would be deported on the arriving ships. Colonel John Winslow is seen on horseback. This Painting is the property of and hangs in the Acadian Museum at Moncton University, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

burning the homes
burning

This is a painting by Claude Picard of St-Basile, New Brunswick, Canada. This and five other such paintings depicting the Deportation and losses of the Acadians from their lands hang in the Grand-Pré Memorial Church at Grand-Pré, Nova Scotia, Canada. Everything was destroyed including homes, farms, livestock and cemeteries. These paintings are the property of the Grand-Pré National Historic Site, Nova Scotia.

Embarkation-Picard
embarkation

This is a painting by Claude Picard of St-Basile, New Brunswick, Canada. This and five other such paintings depicting the Deportation and losses of the Acadians from their lands hang in the Grand-Pré Memorial Church at Grand-Pré, Nova Scotia, Canada. Everything was destroyed including homes, farms, livestock and cemeteries. These paintings hang at the Grand-Pré Historic Site, Nova Scotia.


Embarkation
Embarkation-Ancestral-Home
The Embarkation site at Horton's Landing.
The Ancestral Home owns this old engraving. Please do not take!


Embarkation
Embarkation-Ancestral-Home
The Embarkation
This is another engraving owned by the Acadian Ancestral Home. Please do not take!
I believe this same print is available on the Library of Congress site

© Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home
1998 - Present



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