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The Acadians were French settlers
of eastern Canada who were exiled
from their land in the 1750s.
The Cajuns are their descendants 
who settled in Louisiana.
Today, thousands of Acadian-Cajun 
descendants cherish their rich 
legacy of history, culture, & genealogy. 
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Acadian-Cajun Genealogy Database
I have put together all of the surname information I added in 2009 into a single online database of all Acadians from the original settlers to the early 1800s. I may add more as time permits to move towards the year 1900, but that would take much more time. The information is behind a password because if there are problems I will stop allowing access. To get the login information, you must join the Acadian-Cajun Facebook group HERE (must be logged into Facebook). I just put in the basic data - no notes or sources because the size would have been unmanageable. More Information >
Ellen's Acadian Ancestry
Lisa Kudrow visted the Ellen show to share how Ellen and Madonna are connected. The line she showed was one of Acadian ancestry, back to Martin Aucoin. I have more details on the line and constructed genealogy (so you can see how you may be related) HERE.
Grand Réveil Acadien (Great Acadian Awakening), Oct. 7 - 16, 2011 (Visit the website)
   Friday, October 7, 2011
   Saturday, October 8, 2011 - Showcase New Orleans area
   Sunday, October 9, 2011 - Opening ceremonies in Houma, LA; dedication of Deportation Monument
   Monday, October 10, 2011 - Showcase Terrebonne/Lafourche area
   Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - Ceremonies in Lake Charles, LA
   Wednesday, October 12, 2011 - Showcase Lake Charles area
   Thursday, October 13, 2011 - Cermonies in Lafayette, LA
   Friday, October 14, 2011 - Showcase Lafayette area
   Saturday, October 15, 2011 - Festival des Acadiens et Créoles
   Sunday, October 16, 2011 - Closing ceremonies Lafayette, at Festivals Acadian et Créoles
I will be speaking at the Houma monument dedication for a minute and then in detail at the presentation about Acadian History, with an emphasis on Acadians in Terrebonne Parish.    .......    Tim

Finally - the new edition of Acadian-Cajun Genealogy is now available

at CafePress and Amazon. It incorporates the advances made in Acadian-Cajun genealogical research since the first printing in 1993.

If you'd like a copy of the Ile St. Jean Acadian records, the Acadian-Cajun Atlas, or the Hebert Databook, they are now available from CafePress and Amazon. Any proceeds will go to support Acadian heritage efforts.

A Journey Through Acadia - 2009  

A photographic journal of my 2009 trip to Acadia .

Site Changes
   - wider page format
   - flash maps (zoomable) throughout the site
   - links at the top of pages to convert the text (using Google) to French
   - all web addresses on the links page have been checked for accuracy; for sites that have disappeared, I have tried to link to an archived version
   - the genealogy for the first 7 generations of most Acadian progenitors; the genealogoy for some of the surnames are over 500 pages in length
   - an Acadian-Cajun genealogical database of ALL Acadians from the original settlers to the early 1800s has been added
What is "Acadian-Cajun"?
     What does Acadian-Cajun mean?  What are the main features of this website?  Here is a short overview of what it's all about.

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The artwork by Robert Dafford is placed at this web site by his permission.
The artwork by Nelson Surette is placed at this web site by permission of Chez Surette Art®.
The artwork by Claude Picard is placed at this web site by his permission.
The artwork by George Rodrigue is placed at this web site by his permission.
Thanks to these talented gentlemen for allowing me to share their work. .
  Some other major pages at this site:
          - Art Gallery
          - Hebert Family

Acadian-Cajun Query Forum - Family Favorite Award

Cajun & Creole Online

LA WebRing Award of Excellence These are old, but I leave them up to show that this site has been active for a long time.
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