Les pionniers acadiens / Acadian Pioneers

Les pionniers acadiens / Acadian Pioneers (HM21GV)

Location: Middle West Pubnico, Nova Scotia B0W 2M0 Yarmouth County
Country: Canada
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N 43° 38.237', W 65° 47.591'

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Le Village historique acadien de la Nouvelle-Écosse

Les pionniers acadiens
Pubnico est le plus ancien village acadien encore habité par les descendants des familles fondatrices. Vous trouverez, dans l'annuaire téléphonique, près de 400 personnes du nom d'Entremont. Ils sont les descendants du Sieur Philippe Mius d'Entremont qui a fondé Pubnico en 1653.
Les Acadiens furent déportés d'ici durant les déportations de 1756 et de 1758. Mais ils sont revenus 11 ans plus tard... pour y rester.
Le Village historique témoigne du courage des Acadiens. Il est le résultat d'une coopération communautaire exemplaire. Plusieurs personnes y ont contribué des artefacts, des matériaux, du temps et de l'argent. Les édifices ont été déplacés et rénovés. Des collectes de fonds ont eu lieu, dont une qui a vendu 1000 tartes aux pommes préparées localement. La vente de tartes se fait maintenant annuellement!
Allons du passé au présent. Le hangar à poisson d'Augustin « My Son » d'Éon, est vraiment le précurseur des usines de transformation du poisson d'aujourd'hui qui ont une valeur de plusieurs millions de dollars. Vous verrez ici des travailleurs acharnés, une fierté de famille, une capacité d'adaptation et un sens d'humour taquin.
Saviez-vous ?
Il n'existe aucune image du fondateur. La statue en bois est inspirée d'une peinture du Sieur Philippe Mius d'Entremont peinte
par un artiste local, le Père Maurice LeBlanc, cjm.
Pour plus de renseignements sur l'Excursion interprétive des côtes acadiennes consultez www.CotesacadiennesetYarmouth.com
Acadian Pioneers
Pubnico is the oldest Acadian village still inhabited by descendants of its founding families. In the phone book you'll see close to 400 listings of d'Entremonts—descendants of Sieur Philippe Mius d'Entremont, who founded Pubnico in 1653.
Acadians were deported from here during the Deportations of 1756 and 1758. They returned 11 years later...and stayed.
This historical village is a testimony to the spirit of the Acadians. It became a reality largely due to the community banding together. Many contributed by donating artifacts, materials, time and money. Buildings were relocated and restored. Local fundraising events were held, including one at which 1000 apple pies were made and sold. This event continues as an annual fundraiser!
So step back in time—and connect to the present. For example, Augustin "My Son" d'Eon's fish shed is really a precursor of the multimillion-dollar fish plants that you see in Pubnico today. Hard work, family pride, resilience, and a gentle sense of humour are all evident here.
Do you know?
There are no images of the founder. This carved statue was inspired by a painting titled Sieur Philippe Mius d'Entremont by Père Maurice LeBlanc, c.j.m., a local artist.
For more information on the Acadian Shores Interpretive Tour consult www.YarmouthandAcadianShores.com
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HM NumberHM21GV
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Date Added Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 at 7:02pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)20T E 274694 N 4835379
Decimal Degrees43.63728333, -65.79318333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 43° 38.237', W 65° 47.591'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds43° 38' 14.22" N, 65° 47' 35.46" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling West
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 14-140 Old Church Rd, Middle West Pubnico Nova Scotia B0W 2M0, CA
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