Daniel LeBlanc and Francoise Gaudet Monument
will be unveiled Saturday, July 29, 2014 at 10 a.m.
For more information please go to: http://monumentleblanc.com/en/
Welcome to the Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral Home
This web site was established in 1998 as a repository for
Acadian & French-Canadian researchers.
Thank you for visiting AAH!
Since 1998, the Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral Home established its presence on the Internet. Since August 2002, it has been nested in its own domain, www.acadian-home.org. This site is chuck full of research materials such as genealogy, historical documents, parish registers, early American newspapers, suggested research aids, and various documents related to our Acadian history as well as French-Canadian, Cajun and Franco-American ancestry.
You will find data relating to the Acadian Deportation, lists of exiles, lists of prisoners, ships' lists, census records, family genealogies, mtDNA results and so much more. You will find new information is posted daily.
The Acadian Ancestral Home is grateful to Stephen A. White, Centre d'etudes acadiennes, Universite de Moncton, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, for the contributions made in providing accurate information for researchers who visit this site. It is always a privilege and an honor to share his work.
You can navigate this site in two ways: 1) through the sidebar to the left (recommended); or 2) through the search engine located at Research Aids toward the bottom of the sidebar.
A Note About Sources
Information on this web site has been researched and confirmed as much as possible. Sources are, as a rule, indicated at the bottom of each page. Though a great deal of information is on the Internet today, some of it is fraught with errors. Every effort has been made to avoid errors by using the most reliable sources available.
Although this site presents the most accurate information possible, all researchers should consider verifying and researching their own personal information from primary and secondary sources. This is recommended because standard genealogical research practice is to always seek data from more than one source, and to be confident about your own research, it is a good idea to conduct further research via genealogy books, parish registers, census records (and their correct interpretation), vitals, etc.
*This whole site is protected under copyright laws.*
The research on this site was conducted by Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, genealogist and historian. The information gathered here and the presentation of this information is protected under U.S. Copyright Laws.
A Special Thank You To Our Visitors.
Thank you for making the Acadian Ancestral Home
your home. AAH will celebrate its 14th anniversary in 2012.
Sincere thanks to the more than one million visitors who make the Acadian Ancestral Home such a huge success each year. Because of you, the Acadian Ancestral is encouraged to continuing growing. Enjoy your visit and come back often!
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and the martyrs of September 11, 2001
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Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral Home
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