The Acadian Diaspora: An Eighteenth-Century History
The Acadian Diaspora tells the extraordinary story of thousands of Acadians expelled from Nova Scotia and scattered throughout the Atlantic world beginning in 1755. Following them to the Caribbean, the South Atlantic, and western Europe, historian Christopher Hodson illuminates a long-forgotten world of imperial experimentation and human brutality.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date Published: 2012
Book Condition: Very good hardcover in a good dust jacket showing some minor surface, corner scuffing and edge wear. A clean and unmarked copy internally.
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