On Tuesday, we took the kids to Acadia National Park—about 55 miles from where we were staying.
He arrived in Acadia in 1650, with his wife, Franoise Gaudet.
Of all the hotbeds of intrigue, Acadia, from its position, had become the worst.
The limits were afterwards reduced, and the boundaries of Acadia became a cause of contention between France and England.
As in Acadia and New York, peace or no peace, a clash was inevitable.
Messengers were sent to call the tribes of Acadia and in response to the summons 400 warriors assembled at Port Royal.
Even these offers were rejected, and England would not resign Acadia.
It may interest the reader to know that these are the first, the only likenesses of the real Evangelines of Acadia.
Is he not within ten miles of either the British flag or Acadia?
He also entered the University of Acadia College, where he graduated in the honours course in 1860.