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[ACADIAN]

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Acadian Memorial Annual Meeting 21 June 4PM & Newsletter is available
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
Fwd: [CyndisList] Indian Princess myth & Micmaq's cousins in NC
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
Songs Upon the Rivers - Names List
by Coûture
3 years
John Reda, From Furs to Farms
by Coûture
3 years
Re: Marie Michael LePage m bef 1761 Prisque (LePage/Cote ?)
by Coûture
3 years
Re: (B I G) L O U I S I A N A
by Coûture
3 years
Marie Michael LePage m bef 1761 Prisque
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
L O U I S I A N A
by Coûture
3 years
Re: Dead Fred Genealogy Photo Archive - Louisiana
by Coûture
3 years
Acadia in September
by Richard Riddell
3 years
Acadians from France mixed with Mi'kmaq and had Metis children.
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
Some Nova Scotia websites
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
Cajuns on the Teche
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
Fwd: [eogn] Update of MacKiev's Family Tree Maker 2017 Release Plans
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
O/T From: Cyndis List A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
RE: bread's importance to Atlantic Canada
by John Estano deRoche
3 years
Jefferson Historical Society
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
bread's importance to Atlantic Canada
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
RE: Off Topic - Losing a piece pf Americana
by Don Gassie
3 years
Off Topic - Losing a piece pf Americana
by Paul L LeBlanc
3 years
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