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Some sites have disappeared from the web. To allow you to use that information, I've found the archived version and linked to it when possible.

The best outlide links - IMHO - are in bold font.

Acadian Genealogy/History Links (including some French-Canadian Links)

ORGANIZATIONS / INSTITUTIONS TOURISM / AREA INFORMATION [Acadian-Cajun Places to Visit]

ACADIAN CULTURE (and a little French & French-Canadian)

CANADIAN SITES

FAMILY SURNAME SITES

Cajun Genealogy Links

  • Acadiana; "Les Paroisses Acadiennes"
       
  • Acadian Memorial Project
    This is about the Memorial built in St. Martinville, Louisiana.

       
  • Acadians in Gray
    Steven Cormier has an extensive site on Acadians in the Civil War. He also has a lot of valuable information in the appendices.

       
  • The Cajuns
    Stanley LeBlanc's site does have some useful information. Much of the site is devoted to selling information that can be found online (a lot of it at this site) for free or in a book at the local library.
       
  • The Center for Lousiana Studies
    The Center and the library at USL are the major repository for Acadian-Cajun material in Louisisana. They have a listing of their publications and a list of some of the materials available at the library; but they don't have any genealogical data on-line.

       
  • Ensemble Encore: Together Again! ... The Acadian Memorial Archive
    This is the data portion of the web presence of the Acadian Memorial.  It contains a couple of articles and a few basic maps, as well as a nice bibliography.  The outstanding part is an online database of all of the original Acadian settlers in Louisiana.  While it is incomplete thus far, it is a great place to go if you have some of these people in your family t
    ree. THIS link takes you to a page with a table of all 3396 entries.
       
GENEALOGY SOCIETIES

TOURISM / AREA INFORMATION - See Acadian-Cajun Places to Visit
   

CAJUN CULTURE

CAJUN PRODUCTS

Louisiana Genealogy Links

TOURISM / AREA INFORMATION

General Genealogy Links

Genealogical Aids & Supplies

COMMERCIAL VENDORS (besides selling products, many of these also offer free assistance/aids)
  • Sources for Acadian-Cajun books
       
  • The Center for Lousiana Studies
    They have published a number of books on south Louisiana history and genealogy.

       
  • Claitor's
    Purchased the rights to Father Hebert's many volumes of church records.
       
  • Everton's Genealogical Helper: Web Site
    Everton's Genealogical Helper magazine, software, other genealogical products

       
  • Family Tree Maker
    Family Tree Maker software (in disk or CD-Rom)

       
  • Global Genealogy
    This business is based in Ontario.  It has a variety of genealogical materials, including a page on Acadian material.

       
  • Quintin Publications
    Quintin Publ. deals with French-Canadian material (including some Acadian stuff) in printed, microfilm and microfiche forms. They also have a great selection of old maps. If your genealogy takes you to eastern Canada, be sure to check them out.  Online ordering is available.

       
SOFTWARE


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