New Acadia / Nouvelle Acadie

New Acadia / Nouvelle Acadie (HM2BDP)

Location: Houma, LA 70364 Terrebonne Parish
Country: United States of America

N 29° 35.923', W 90° 43.205'

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Over 2,500 Acadians settled in the
Spanish colony of Louisiana between 1764
and 1788, Although victims of the
Deportation, none were deported directly to
Louisiana.
Acadians made their way to Louisiana from
various locations. The first group, four families
deported to Georgia in 1755, arrived in New Orleans in
1764. Several groups arrived from Halifax (Nova Scotia)
via the Caribbean, the first one led by Joseph Broussard
dit Beausoleil. They were joined in the Caribbean by
Acadian refugees from the American colonies. Between 1766
and 1770, over 600 Acadians left Maryland for Louisiana.
The largest contingent arrived in seven boats from France in
1785. These Acadians had either been deported to France in 1758
from Ile-Saint-Jean (Prince Edward Island) and Ile-Royale (Cape
Breton Island), or to Virginia in 1755 and then to England, finally
arriving in France in 1763. Dissatisfied with conditions in France, about
1,600 of them sailed for Louisiana from the ports of Nantes, Saint-Malo
and La Rochelle.
Most
Acadian refugees were granted land along the Bayous Teche, Lafourche and Terrebonne.
Louisiana thus became the New Acadia for a large number of Acadian exiles.French SidePlus de 2500 Acadiens s''établirent
dans la colonie espagnole de la Louisiane
entre 176 et 1788. Bien que ces Acadiens
aient



été victimes de la Déportation, auc
d''entre eux n''y fut déporté.
Les Acadine Louislane de
divers endroits. Le premier groupe, composé de
quatre familles déportées en Géorgie en 1755
arriva à la Nouvelle-Orléans en 1764.
D''autres
groupes arrivèrent de Halifax (Nouvelle-Écosse) en
passant par les Antilles, le premier mené par Joseph
Broussard dit Beausoleil. Ils avaient été rejoints dans les
Antilles par des déportés venant des colonies américaines
Entre 1766 et 1770, plus de 600 Acadiens quittèrent le
Marvland pour la Louisiane.
Le plus grand contingent quitta la France à bord de sept
navires en 1785. Ces Acadiens avaient été déportés soit en
France en 1758 de l''île-Saint-Jean (île-du-Prince-Édouard) et de
1''île-Royale (ile du Cap-Breton), soit en Virginie en 1755 et puis
en Angleterre pour aboutir en France en 1763. Mécontents des
conditions en France, plus de 1600 exilés partirent de Nantes, de
Saint-Malo et de la Rochelle pour la Louisiane.
La plupart des Acadiens reçurent des terres le long des Bayous
Têche, Lafourche et Terrebonne. La Louisiane est devenue la Nouvelle
Acadie pour un nombre important d''exilés acadiens.
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Date Added Sunday, September 16th, 2018 at 8:01am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15R E 720802 N 3276491
Decimal Degrees29.59871667, -90.72008333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 29° 35.923', W 90° 43.205'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds29° 35' 55.38" N, 90° 43' 12.3" W
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Area Code(s)985
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 7930 W Park Ave, Houma LA 70364, US
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