"Articles | Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel de l'Amérique française – histoire, culture, religion, héritage": ameriquefrancaise.org/en/article-375…
Can't even ... smh .. 🤣 apparently unless you are from New France? Oh wait Acadia was part of New France, as well as the Red and Assinboine River ... oh the lies and shit we will try and distort. MNC can go through ethnogenesis in 100 yrs but an older colony can't? Bullshit !!
In early September 1632, French naval officer, Isaac de Razilly, and 200 men landed at what is now LaHave. There they established a settlement, which, for a time, was the capital of New France.
section 17 Daniels - no consensus on who is Metis.
The last word - media coverage of the Supreme Court of Canada- Marshall LaHave treaty _archive.org.
The Mi'kmaq Nation and the Embodient of Political Ideologies- Ni'kmaq, Protocol and Treaty Negotiations of the Eighteenth Century. - Francis Muis - Chief of La Have - A very well respected man.
Atlantic Canada - a region in the making-Conrad, Margaret and Hiller, James K 2001 - Razilly - La Have.
The Seagulls Yearbooks-1968- Old Names That Have Vanished - .La Heve - In 1705 Boston pirates burned the French settlement.
The history of Acadia from its first discovery to its surrender to England by the Treaty of Paris 1879-De Razilly - sincere desire to establish a strong french colony in Acadia - Fort at La Have - a sort of trading house.
National Museums of Canada, 1981 - Dossier - Musée National de L'homme, Service Canadien D'ethnologie - Some communities such as the La-Have - Mirligueche region had large metis concentrations.
L'Acadie, des origines a` nos jours - essai de synthe`se historique - by Roy, Michel 1981 - Census of 1686 La Have and Mirligueche - several Indians and metis.

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