From 1604 to 1755, the Acadian settlers of present-day Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were the focus of political, economic, and military rivalries between France and Britain. Their stubborn nonconformity and political neutrality baffled and infuriated both European powers fighting for the upper hand. Finally, Britain’s drastic solution was to expel them from their homes.Author: Charles D. Mahaffie Jr.
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing
Published Date: January 5th, 2003
# of Pages: 305