Tuesday, August 10, 2004

A search for roots in the broader Western world

Ralph Surette writes, "Every family has a dramatic story of flight and/or bare survival from the destruction of Acadia."
The Congrès mondial acadien is a fantastic party. So much so that it's giving Acadians of a certain vintage--myself, for example--some trouble adjusting to being a cultural hot commodity after centuries of being more or less told to disappear.

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